Kristyn Anthony

Greater Victoria School District moves to support marginalized students

Sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) resource to inform district curriculum

Canadian Tire’s Fix-A-Heart campaign holds personal meaning for some staff

Retailer’s cardiac care campaign has brought in more than $740,000 after 13 years

Victoria’s Gingerbread Showcase on full display

Donate to place a vote for the people’s choice winner and support Habitat For Humanity

High winds cancel slew of BC Ferries sailings

Travel to and from Victoria and Vancouver as well as Northern Gulf Islands affected

Victoria Police meet Aboriginal activists for afternoon flick

The group gathered as part of ongoing series of events supporting reconciliation efforts

Unlock the infamous riddles of ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Russell Books and Terroir Tea Merchants invite you for tea to celebrate the literary legacy of Lewis Carroll

Van Isle Jewellers closing its doors

Untimely death of owner followed string of financially tough years

Record number of cruise ship passengers visit Victoria this year

GVHA says the increase reflects a growing interest in our city

Victoria Spartans junior bantams crowned Island champs

Esquimalt-based team knocked provincial champs out of the top spot for first time in league history

Victoria police investigate stabbing at Johnson St housing complex

At least one person has been taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Victoria police officer assaulted with weapon

Officer responded to early morning call of unwanted person at an Esquimalt residence

Graffiti: an art form without enough canvas

Tagging might be on the rise in Victoria, but don’t mistake that for graffiti says local artist

Victoria writer revisits the Halifax Explosion

Local historian Michael Dupuis looks back one hundred years, from a different perspective

Woman sexually assaulted on BC Transit in Victoria

Suspect who fled is described as a white male in his 40’s

Free transit for military personnel in Victoria on Remembrance Day

BC Transit offers a small gesture to honour current or former military members

Establishment of a Capital Region transportation service passes first hurdle

CRD board agrees on bylaw, but voter assent needed to move forward

Esquimalt installs new interpretive signage for Fort Macaulay

The project was made possible through Canada 150 funding

Gordies Music preparing to play its final tune in Victoria

Vintage guitar and vinyl shop closing the doors after 20 years in business

COURAGE REMEMBERED: Time spent serving his country changed grandfather’s view of the world

An excerpt from a letter by Jeremy J. Fry on his grandfather, a First and Second World War veteran

COURAGE REMEMBERED: A remarkable journey through modern-day conflict

Victoria police officers remember the aftermath of the Kosovo war