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Saanich Recreation swim lessons will now be based on the Lifesaving Society’s Swim for Life program. Photo courtesy Saanich Recreation

Swim lesson registration gets easier with Saanich Recreation

Swim lessons with Saanich Recreation will have a new look this fall…

  • Nov 14, 2022
Saanich Recreation swim lessons will now be based on the Lifesaving Society’s Swim for Life program. Photo courtesy Saanich Recreation
Understanding upgrade opportunities for your home, and available rebates, has been no easy task but the brand new Home Energy Navigator program will make the process a whole lot simpler! Photo courtesy the CRD

Navigating an energy-saving home reno? Help is here, and it’s free!

CRD’s Home Energy Navigator program can help homeowners leverage up to $11,500 in combined rebates

  • Nov 14, 2022
Understanding upgrade opportunities for your home, and available rebates, has been no easy task but the brand new Home Energy Navigator program will make the process a whole lot simpler! Photo courtesy the CRD
Although it may take some time to get used to your hearing aids, wearing them should never cause you pain. It’s important to take it slow when you’re adjusting to new hearing aids.

Do hearing aids hurt?

Hearing aids are highly valuable for people who have hearing loss, but…

  • Nov 7, 2022
Although it may take some time to get used to your hearing aids, wearing them should never cause you pain. It’s important to take it slow when you’re adjusting to new hearing aids.
Lifestyle modifications can help protect your heart and manage type 2 diabetes.

Let’s have a heart to heart about the link between Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular risk

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Take these steps to manage your risk.

  • Oct 31, 2022
Lifestyle modifications can help protect your heart and manage type 2 diabetes.
Richmond-based KABU Ride has launched their Victoria-area ride-hailing app, and drivers and passengers are loving the convenient, empowering service.

Need a ride, Victoria? What about a side-hustle?

Made-in-Canada ride-hailing app moves passengers, drivers, from Langford to downtown to Swartz Bay

  • Oct 31, 2022
Richmond-based KABU Ride has launched their Victoria-area ride-hailing app, and drivers and passengers are loving the convenient, empowering service.
Berwick Retirement Communities was proud to be title sponsor of the 55+ BC Games, held in Victoria this September.

Embracing movement, exploration, connection… and healthy competition at any age!

Berwick Retirement Communities advocate for active lifestyles through support for 55+ BC Games

  • Oct 31, 2022
Berwick Retirement Communities was proud to be title sponsor of the 55+ BC Games, held in Victoria this September.
The Victoria Foundation will provide $320,000 to local organizations working to support women, girls, Two-Spirit and gender-diverse individuals working towards a future grounded in equity, inclusion and justice. Photo courtesy the Victoria Foundation

Grants available to those working to make Victoria a more equitable community

The Victoria Foundation helps deliver vital funds to those making a difference

  • Oct 24, 2022
The Victoria Foundation will provide $320,000 to local organizations working to support women, girls, Two-Spirit and gender-diverse individuals working towards a future grounded in equity, inclusion and justice. Photo courtesy the Victoria Foundation
Graham Scholes holds up his very first woodblock print done in the Japanese style of Moku Hanga. One of the carved woodblocks stands in the foreground. The Art Gallery of Victoria recently announced that it archive his complete set of woodblock prints. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)

The road to Berwick: Learn what inspired two different Victoria residents to make the move

Their paths to the retirement community are different, but the end result is the same — no regrets

  • Oct 24, 2022
Graham Scholes holds up his very first woodblock print done in the Japanese style of Moku Hanga. One of the carved woodblocks stands in the foreground. The Art Gallery of Victoria recently announced that it archive his complete set of woodblock prints. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)
Rain gardens are landscape features designed to capture stormwater runoff from hard surface areas such as roofs, roads and parking lots. Photo courtesy the Capital Regional District

How to capture rainfall today, to save and use tomorrow

Rainwater harvesting can protect our aquatic ecosystems, and reduce water consumption

  • Oct 3, 2022
Rain gardens are landscape features designed to capture stormwater runoff from hard surface areas such as roofs, roads and parking lots. Photo courtesy the Capital Regional District
When replacing windows, frame colour, window style and energy efficiency are important factors.

6 Popular Window Design Ideas to Complement Your Modern Home Design

Replacing your windows is a great way to uplift your home’s curb…

  • Oct 3, 2022
When replacing windows, frame colour, window style and energy efficiency are important factors.
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Cleanest Body Reviews: Side Effects, Ingredients & Customer Complaints

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  • Sep 30, 2022
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LeanBiome Reviews – Ingredients That Work or Cheap Customer Results?

A healthy weight is essential for your overall well-being and mental health.…

  • Sep 28, 2022
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  • Sep 28, 2022
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To mitigate heavy fall rains, it's important to allow rainwater to infiltrate into the ground to help protect aquatic habitat, filter pollutants and capture and store rainwater. Photo courtesy the CRD

2 simple steps to prepare your yard + garden for fall rain events

Native plants, permeable surfaces mitigate runoff and protect waterways

  • Sep 26, 2022
To mitigate heavy fall rains, it's important to allow rainwater to infiltrate into the ground to help protect aquatic habitat, filter pollutants and capture and store rainwater. Photo courtesy the CRD
Derek Ford photo.

Moving to a retirement community is a big step. Learn why the leap is worth it.

Many enjoy the freedom from chores, but it’s the social connection that makes residents feel at home

  • Sep 26, 2022
Derek Ford photo.
The Victoria Foundation’s Neighbourhood Small Grants Program welcomes applications for small grants up to $500 for local, community projects taking place between November 2022 and March 2023. Photo courtesy the Victoria Foundation

Neighbourhood vision, community generosity key to a liveable region: here’s how to get involved

Victoria Foundation program welcomes applications to Oct. 30

  • Sep 26, 2022
The Victoria Foundation’s Neighbourhood Small Grants Program welcomes applications for small grants up to $500 for local, community projects taking place between November 2022 and March 2023. Photo courtesy the Victoria Foundation
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PhenQ Reviews – Effective Pills That Work or Fake Scam Results?

Out of the many weight loss supplements you can buy online easily,…

  • Oct 6, 2022
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