Christopher Sun

No ban for Easter bunny

The Easter bunny is allowed in Lokier Gardens, along with the kids.

Oak Bay library branch up for renewal

Municipality prepares to replace aging structure

Birds of a feather walk together

Chatty eccentrics welcome to join

Kicked to the curb

Longboarders say they aren’t daredevils, but district wants them off the roads

Taking high school hoops to new heights

Oak Bay will be well represented as three local girls compete at the Pacific Western Athletics Association college basketball provincials

Residents get charged up over free electricity

Council voted to keep the status quo leaving electric vehicle charging stations free

Walk reveals scandalous past

Take a peek into Oak Bay’s secret history with new tour

Revolutionary vision for Oak Bay village

Bill Smith has a dream plan for a new town square

Community opens hearts and wallets for Oak Bay firefighters

New equipment funded by donations

Training kids to be leaders

Free course offered by Toastmasters

Deer, feeding fine on the rise – but who will pay?

Oak Bay’s bylaw enforcement officer has never issued a ticket to anyone for illegally feeding wildlife of any kind

The Quest to build deferred

Earl Large proposes to build a five-storey, 15-unit, multi-family residential complex at 2325 Oak Bay Ave.

The original social network

Oak Bay women find a way to connect with one another

Oak Bay may pump up the price to party

Mayor Nils Jensen said it might be time to start charging an application fee for public events to reflect the district’s costs.

Skaters hit the ice in search of Winter Games gold

Skaters tackle biggest competition to date

Lighthouse is more than a symbol of safety

Trial Island Lighthouse featured as important part of maritime history

Underwater lovers add to marine protection

A new kiosk highlighting the marine environment at Cattle Point Urban Star Park will cost $20,000 to build

High school musical gains Height

In the Heights opens Friday, Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. It plays on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m., Feb. 23 at 2 p.m., and Feb. 26 to March 1 at 7:30 p.m.

Island Health program pushes kids in the kitchen

Childhood obesity is on the rise, but a new school program aims to make kids veggie-literate

Girls steeped in hockey earn spots on Games roster

Oak Bay pair hit the ice in Mission as part of the female ice hockey program at the B.C. Winter Games