Brittany Lee

Writer and producer Wes Borg illustrates the frustration of trying to write a play in three hours.

Theatre fun times four at 4-Play

Proceeds from the 4-Play fundraiser go to the Intrepid Theatre Club the producers of UnoFest and the Victoria Fringe Festival.

Writer and producer Wes Borg illustrates the frustration of trying to write a play in three hours.
Pat Martin Bates’ Inscape: Day and Night in the Peacock's Ever-Watching Eye.

Victoria’s visionaries

Join artist Robert Amos and Victoria visionary artists, as they share their stories in a lecture series at the Eclectic Gallery in Oak Bay.

Pat Martin Bates’ Inscape: Day and Night in the Peacock's Ever-Watching Eye.

Alphabet travels to Greater Victoria libraries

The travelling alphabet will be available for viewing at the Saanich Centennial Library during library hours until April 30.

Four baby raccoons stick together.

Where the wild things are

The open house takes place Saturday (March 31) and Sunday (April 1) from 12 to 4 p.m. at Wild ARC, 1020 Malloch Rd. in Metchosin.

Four baby raccoons stick together.
Cherry Bomb Toys owner Candace Woodward with some of the toys available in her Broad Street store. The store helps organize the Ultimate Hobby and Toy Fair set for Pearkes rec centre April 1.

Ultimate toy show takes over Pearkes Sunday

Ninth edition of hobby and toy show takes place Sunday (April 1) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Field House at Pearkes recreation centre.

Cherry Bomb Toys owner Candace Woodward with some of the toys available in her Broad Street store. The store helps organize the Ultimate Hobby and Toy Fair set for Pearkes rec centre April 1.

Lawyer who quit missing women’s inquiry speaks at UVic

Robyn Gervais stepped down as the independent counsel for aboriginal groups because she felt the inquiry was too focused on police evidence.

Ukelele busker TeeJay (Terrence John Groom) shows off some of his energetic moves while performing on the street last Friday.

HIV offers second chance for Victoria busker

On March 29, numerous restaurants are donating 25 per cent of proceeds from your bill to the Victoria branch of AVI.

Ukelele busker TeeJay (Terrence John Groom) shows off some of his energetic moves while performing on the street last Friday.
Maria Coffey and Dag Goering

Elephant angels: Victoria couple devoted to protecting endangered animals

Elephants and Other Adventures takes place on Wednesday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Young Auditorium at Camosun College

Maria Coffey and Dag Goering

UVic scuba club host 24-hour fundraiser

The 24-Hour Dive Relay starts March 24 at 12 p.m., running until 11:59 a.m. the next day in the McKinnon Building Pool at UVic.

UVic hosts social justice forum

Social Justice and the Media Mini-Conference takes place Sunday, March 25 from 1-5 p.m. at the UVic Legacy Art Gallery at 630 Yates St.

Downtown Victoria strip club shut down until March 31

Joint investigation catalogues a collection of offences at Monty's

CopLogic streamlines minor crime reporting in Victoria

System upgrades allow for more varied public reporting

Search warrant at Victoria hotel turns up drugs, cash and weapons

Man and woman known to police taken into police custody

Mike Milner helps Mountain Equipment Co-op member Nick Rabbit choose a backpack at the store on Government Street. The retail sector is among those that are expected to experience growth in the early spring.

Job prospects brightening in Capital Region

Construction, finance, insurance and real estate operators top areas to find jobs in coming months

Mike Milner helps Mountain Equipment Co-op member Nick Rabbit choose a backpack at the store on Government Street. The retail sector is among those that are expected to experience growth in the early spring.

Vic-Esquimalt break-in, theft numbers rise

Copper materials, high-end bicycles among the popular items to steal

Justice Institute students learn hands-on in downtown Victoria

School offers not just police and firefighter training

School children on spring break practise their daredevil skills on the outside edge of the Ogden Point breakwater Monday. Winds gusting up to 100 kilometres per hour created big waves on the waterfront and caused damage elsewhere around the city and region.

Weather causes havoc around Victoria

High winds blow trees down, knock power out for hours

School children on spring break practise their daredevil skills on the outside edge of the Ogden Point breakwater Monday. Winds gusting up to 100 kilometres per hour created big waves on the waterfront and caused damage elsewhere around the city and region.

Victoria robocall protest rally attracts hundreds

Work being done behind scenes to keep the discussion going in Greater Victoria