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Iconic Oak Bay tailor shop closed after more than 50 years

Iconic Oak Bay tailor shop closed after more than 50 years

Sharon Chan has been the face behind the store for more than 30 years of the 50+ years the shop was around
Group of Langford kids taking Greater Victoria music scene by storm

Group of Langford kids taking Greater Victoria music scene by storm

Posh Coat delivers with a return to the glory days of indie rock
VIDEO: Whales off Greater Victoria captivate shoreline photographers

VIDEO: Whales off Greater Victoria captivate shoreline photographers

Land-based watchers capture orca images across the south Island over Canada Day long weekend
Past president of Victoria Pride Society reflects on 30 years of pride parades

Past president of Victoria Pride Society reflects on 30 years of pride parades

The Pride Parade and Festival in the Park take place July 7 as part of the Victoria Pride Festival
Art and gardens combine in Esquimalt

Art and gardens combine in Esquimalt

Urban Arts Tour is back for its 5th year and it keeps getting better 
QUIZ: In praise of Canada

QUIZ: In praise of Canada

July 1, 2024 is Canada’s 157th birthday. How much do you know about this country?
Victoria youth named champion fiddler at U.S. contest

Victoria youth named champion fiddler at U.S. contest

Max Francis was named as the 2024 National Swing Division Youth Champion Fiddler
'Very, very grateful': Victoria resident appointed to Order of Canada

'Very, very grateful': Victoria resident appointed to Order of Canada

Madeleine Humer – choral director, soloist and Victoria Children's Choir founder – is recognized for her outstanding achievements
'Solid drummer, even better human': Music helps Victoria drummer battle cancer

'Solid drummer, even better human': Music helps Victoria drummer battle cancer

Tony Green hasn't missed a beat during his two-year battle with rare blood cancer
The Old West: The GF&KR Railway – The making of an icon, Part 1

The Old West: The GF&KR Railway – The making of an icon, Part 1

A column by Bruce Uzelman