Christine van Reeuwyk

Taekwondo black belt Jacob Isaac first took up the martial art at age five. He earned his black belt this past summer.

Young Oak Bay black belt is Vegas-bound

10-year-old Oak Bay boy pumped for international competition

Taekwondo black belt Jacob Isaac first took up the martial art at age five. He earned his black belt this past summer.
Routine walker Jack Newberry targets 7

‘No shopping, no cooking, no laundry’ means more walking

Carlton House resident ‘laps’ the globe on a regular basis

Routine walker Jack Newberry targets 7
Coun. Tom Croft

Divided council returns proposed Bowker build to committee

Conversation on project's density, massing set to continue Feb. 20

Coun. Tom Croft

‘Motion is the lotion for your joints’

Arthritis Society helps make movement bearable with special classes

Oak Bay firefighters Riley Ireland (left) and Doug Trumble demonstrate the CPR they perform as first responders in the community. The firefighters

Off duty firefighter uses CPR skills roadside

Oak Bay firefighters offer low-cost CPR training for residents

Oak Bay firefighters Riley Ireland (left) and Doug Trumble demonstrate the CPR they perform as first responders in the community. The firefighters
After a decade serving Victoria

Dentist returns to his roots in Oak Bay

Dr. Sean Filan returns to Oak Bay, filling the role of a retiring Oak Bay Avenue dentist

After a decade serving Victoria
Coun. Kevin Murdoch

York Place subdivision on hold

Oak Bay pressed pause on a York Place subdivision application pending heritage discussion

Coun. Kevin Murdoch
Director Glynis Leyshon and some of the cast of Ruddigore look over their Craigdarroch Castle setting as CCPA’s Company C prepares for the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta performances

Oak Bay actors bring Highlands to Craigdarroch

CCPA's Company C performs Ruddigore at Victoria’s Scottish mansion, Craigdarroch Castle

Director Glynis Leyshon and some of the cast of Ruddigore look over their Craigdarroch Castle setting as CCPA’s Company C prepares for the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta performances
Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie.

Volunteers needed for advocate survey

Oak Bay resident interviews outstanding in province-wide project

Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie.
Packaged fentanyl

Two Oak Bay deaths attributed to fentanyl

Oak Bay emergency services seeing a rise in suspected drug calls

Packaged fentanyl
Members of Dance Troupe

Program pulls out the fancy footwork

An Evening of Dance at Oak Bay High’s theatre runs Jan. 24 to 26

Members of Dance Troupe
Barbara and Ed Walker speak out about the struggles their grandson Joe

His name was Joe

Oak Bay grandparents share the loss of their grandson to drug addiction

Barbara and Ed Walker speak out about the struggles their grandson Joe
Rendering of Abstract Developments’ mixed-use proposal

Safety uproar dominates development discussion

Building mass appearance also a consideration at Cadboro Bay and Bowker intersection

Rendering of Abstract Developments’ mixed-use proposal
Joy Huebert

Library explores ABCs of literacy

Oak Bay library encourages the love of literacy with an alphabet celebration for Family Literacy Day

Joy Huebert

Colwood’s CRD review request sparks Oak Bay service questions

Colwood has asked its staff to investigate the feasibility of a CRD service review

Barbara Mervin

Small Oak Bay design studio protects athletes worldwide

Barbara Mervin, CEO Aptoella Apparel, creates protective gear and athletic wear for women rugby players

Barbara Mervin
Robert Hall

Residents take aim at derelict vessels

New Oak Bay Maritime Community Association gives voice to those moored in waterways

Robert Hall
The fabric square representing Oak Bay is among those on a quilt now hanging in the CRD boardroom.

Quilt brings communities together on CRD wall

Quilt features squares representing the region's different communities

The fabric square representing Oak Bay is among those on a quilt now hanging in the CRD boardroom.

Council News: Aboriginal acknowledgement added to council agendas

Oak Bay continues conversations with Songhees and Esquimalt nations

Third-generation Oak Bay dentist Dr. R.W. (Bob) McDougall (right) retires from the office at 2108 Oak Bay Ave.

Third-generation dentist retires from Avenue practice

McDougall men offer more than a century of dentistry service

Third-generation Oak Bay dentist Dr. R.W. (Bob) McDougall (right) retires from the office at 2108 Oak Bay Ave.