Local News

UPDATED: Missing Victoria man found dead in Port Renfrew

Police continuing investigation, death not considered suspicious

Discovery Island wolf continues to thrive

The wolf, known as ‘Takaya’, has lived on the island for seven years

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Galey Farms will host Howard the world's largest Gnome
South Island 9-1-1 E-COMM Centre opens in Saanich
BC Poverty Reduction Coalition
Toddler tumbles out of moving vehicle

Saanich councillor questions why Victoria Mayor Helps would shut out public from amalgamation deliberations

Coun. Judy Brownoff says Saanich puts “high standard” on public engagement, openness and transparency.

Search and rescue volunteers work to keep waterways safe

Over 1,000 volunteers help keep mariners safe; headquarters based in Sooke

Victoria-Saanich amalgamation discussions won’t be open to the public

The upcoming citizens’ assembly meetings will be held in camera

Saanich council votes for salary increase

Councillors’ 11.47 per cent increase in response to changes in federal tax law

Spring equinox welcomed by final super moon of 2019

Spring has sprung and did you catch that moon

The sun streak continues with a high of 18 C today

Showers expected this weekend so enjoy it while it lasts

Early indications say allergy season could be milder this spring

The Aerobiology Lab collects pollen samples from across Canada to help make predictions

Colwood, Esquimalt mayors support potential passenger commuter ferry

Mayors Rob Martin and Barb Desjardins hopeful study will continue

Victoria street repatriated with proper spelling after a century-long mistake

‘Penwill Street’ was named after a Victoria man, but mistakenly spelled ‘Penwell Street’

Short-term accommodations in Canada generated an estimated $2.8 billion in 2018

British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec generated almost 90 per cent of total revenue

The rock is no more for Oak Bay ‘Sea Lore’

Council calls for change to controversial location proposed for art installation

Mary Winspear offers out-of-this-world evening with Chris Hadfield

Tickets on sale March 22 for Colonel Chris Hadfield visit May 7

Victoria HarbourCats give away funeral to lucky fan

Just in case you die of excitement, all the bases are covered

BC Ferries looks for more feedback on 25-year plan for Swartz Bay

Some suggestions already under consideration include a cycling route, waterfront park

British Columbia Teachers’ Federation welcomes new leader

Teri Mooring will take over as president this summer