Roszan Holmen

COLUMN: Keep public safety info public

Information about Victoria's harbour airport should be in public domain

City of Victoria looks to students for help on climate action

UVic environmental, engineering classes investigate ways to put plans into practice

Opinions split on Victoria breakwater handrails plan

Greater Victoria Harbour authority to install safety feature on Ogden Point icon

Trust first step in connecting street community with health service

Outreach team and health "hubs" to improve health of vulnerable population

Butchart lights bring holiday cheer to street community

Every December, Rev. Allen Tysick brings 50 members of his street family to Butchart Gardens thanks to free tickets.

Transport Canada slammed for lack of transparency

Victoria city council still waiting for work on harbour airport citizens’ committee

North Park farmer turns attention to fish

Mason Street operation in Victoria to hire low-income interns to learn aquaponics and food growth

Victoria rail station roof salvaged for future project

Harbour authority looks after demolition of 1980s-era station

Hudson building public market already half filled for 2013

Prospective tenants starting to fill spaces for next spring

Life after politics: Denise Savoie

Retired Victoria MP talks about her health, her impressions of Ottawa and her future

Greater Victoria Public Library chair defends former CEO’s spending

Expenses charged by Barry Holmes being closely scrutinized

Victoria SPCA holds fire sale on cats and kittens

Adoption fees cut in half for cats and kittens until Dec. 9

Hula the perfect tune-up for Victoria tenor

Lavigne’s Christmas concert, Under the Mistletoe, takes place at the Royal Theatre Dec. 3

Work to begin on aboriginal home in Victoria

City of Victoria’s second Traveller’s Inn motel conversion progressing

Odgen Point mural gets hesitant financial support

Victoria council approves funding for Phase 3 of mural, pending Esquimalt contribution

Brain injury clinic hosts annual gala event

Sports injuries, greater awareness of concussions has lead to waitlist for patients

Victorians asked to pledge a cold night

Twenty-four hours seems like a long time to go without home heating, but it’s a small inconvenience compared to night on the street.

Community backs booze at the Roxy

But city council stalls on granting theatre necessary approval

Victoria’s Langley Street loo wins accolades

Voted most hospitable public washroom in Canada in an online poll

Teen residential recovery centre finds new home

Salvation Army facility moving from Victoria West church to Saanich house