Christopher Sun

How big, modern homes fit in

The home that sparked protests and a group committed to building size restrictions has been on sale for nearly a year

Search on for new Oak Bay police chief

The search is on for a new Oak Bay police chief and the mayor expects it to be quick.

Former teacher inaugural arts laureate

Barbara Adams chosen because of her devotion to art and her innovative ways of promoting art in the community.

BC Hydro rate increase could cost Oak Bay $1 million

District will have to shell out for energy efficiencies

A return to the Blethering Place

New owners bring in Ken Agate to help restaurant survive in a tough market

Oak Bay firefighters step up to help Saanich family ousted by fire

Quick collection earned $1,360 for Tanya Burt, Jason Yankowy and their two kids

A sticky situation

Monterey students add duct tape items to holiday craft fair

Brick by brick, a new memorial garden begins

Former Kiwanis Pavilion board chair honoured

BMO celebrates a century in Oak Bay

1968 mortgage for home costing $14,900

Green committee honours a man who ‘walked the talk’

Oak Bay Green Committee donates tree in Trevor William’s honour

Businesses help share Christmas joy

The Salvation Army has a wish list and it’s to make sure every child has a toy under the Christmas tree this year

HMCS Oriole seas the way in annual sail past

HMCS Oriole will sail between Cattle Point and Gyro beach and will be lit up in festive lights, making it very easy to spot

Racing into his father’s footsteps

Teddy Yip was only one-year-old when his late father’s Theodore Racing team won the first Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix in 1983.

Cops cut fuel costs on foot

The Oak Bay police department is anticipating a slight decrease in its 2014 budget

Village artists open studios

Oak Bay Artists’ Studio Tour, happens this weekend from noon to 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.

Merrython fun benefits everyone

The annual eight-kilometre run, four-kilometre walk and one-kilometre children’s event are organized by the Oak Bay Rotary Club

Resident asks for blasting ban

Blasting last year caused damage to walls and doors in neighbouring homes

Drive to rebuild Clive remains alive

Architects come back with lower density and reduced bicycle parking

Oak Bay skater to represent B.C.

Amanda Wright is the first Vancouver Island-based figure skater in seven years to make it through in a singles discipline

Big retailers embrace restorative justice model

Offences typically referred to restorative justice are on the low end of the scale, such as shoplifting, mischiefs and graffiti.