Christopher Sun

Oak Bay High students gather with local children from Colonia Vicente Guerrero

Heroes build more than homes

Holiday offers teens a chance to give back

Oak Bay High students gather with local children from Colonia Vicente Guerrero
Trig Renaas

Plucky ukulele players strike a chord with audience

Ukelele renaissance begins in Oak Bay

Trig Renaas
Firefighters from both the Saanich and Oak Bay fire departments take part in a joint practice in a house on Hibbens Close

Oak Bay Fire crews are ready to rescue

Fire department training gets a reality check

Firefighters from both the Saanich and Oak Bay fire departments take part in a joint practice in a house on Hibbens Close
Oak Bay High basketball player Lauren Yearwood has competed at both the provincial and national level. The Grade 11 student was recently in Edmonton at Canada Basketball’s junior women’s age group assessment camp.

Student athlete reaches toward success

Lauren Yearwood attends Oak Bay High because of the basketball program’s reputation

Oak Bay High basketball player Lauren Yearwood has competed at both the provincial and national level. The Grade 11 student was recently in Edmonton at Canada Basketball’s junior women’s age group assessment camp.
Sensei Chris Tooley teaches Iaido

Sword play

Traditional Japanese martial art of Iaido draws new blood

Sensei Chris Tooley teaches Iaido
This pesky sea otter has taken to hanging out at the Oak Bay Marina

There otter be a law

Pesky otter at Oak Bay Marina will be relocated

This pesky sea otter has taken to hanging out at the Oak Bay Marina
Members of the Oak Bay Lawn Bowling club pose with a kiwi statue in Queenstown during their trip around New Zealand.

Bowled over by Kiwi hospitality

31 recreational lawn bowlers from Greater Victoria went on a trip to the land of kiwis, organized by the Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club.

Members of the Oak Bay Lawn Bowling club pose with a kiwi statue in Queenstown during their trip around New Zealand.
Kurt Gallant

Longboarders get a break on banned areas in Oak Bay

Henderson Road has been struck off the list of roadways banning longboarders

Kurt Gallant
Ming

Dogs have new digs to get clean

New salon at 105-2250 Oak Bay Ave. offers full-service dog grooming and U-bath option for do-it-yourself dog owners

Ming
Carlton House community relations manager Alanna Hardinge-Rooney and Oak Bay Seniors’ Activity Association president Ena Cooke in front of an old portable speaker system that needs replacing.

Surround sound for seniors

Carlton House keeps donations close to home

Carlton House community relations manager Alanna Hardinge-Rooney and Oak Bay Seniors’ Activity Association president Ena Cooke in front of an old portable speaker system that needs replacing.

Feed a deer, face a fine

No fines have been issued for feeding deer since Oak Bay prohibited it in 2010.

Do you give Oak Bay a passing grade?

Community association forums continue this month

Andy Brinton takes over as Oak Bay's new chief constable  April 22.

No more just ‘catching bad guys’

New chief’s focus is on crime prevention

Andy Brinton takes over as Oak Bay's new chief constable  April 22.

Parking wars on Beaverbrooke Street

Oak Bay council directed municipal staff to work with residents, the school and parents on a solution

Municipality of Oak Bay horticulturist Dan Bell counts down the days

End of the road for traffic display

Gardener Dan Bell plans to continue on a creative path

Municipality of Oak Bay horticulturist Dan Bell counts down the days

Oak Bay High students fight to compete again

Error attributed to staff almost silences debaters

Oak Bay High on the hunt for notable graduates

Oak Bay High launches its Distinguished Fine Arts Legacy Wall

Oak Bay resident Ron Carter suggests taking an evening stroll instead of flopping down in front of the TV or computer screen.

Step out and embrace the night

Walk by the light of the moon

Oak Bay resident Ron Carter suggests taking an evening stroll instead of flopping down in front of the TV or computer screen.
Lawn bowler Jaymee Sidel is in China this week to compete with the Canadian national team.

Playing with the pros

Junior bowler takes a chance at national stage

Lawn bowler Jaymee Sidel is in China this week to compete with the Canadian national team.
A collage made by Monterey Middle school students helped note Heritage Week.

Recognition lights up Monterey students

Student artwork honoured

A collage made by Monterey Middle school students helped note Heritage Week.