Christine van Reeuwyk

Oak Bay’s aquatic centre remains closed with excavation underway to repair the leak found this week by sonar after the search started Nov. 29. A reopening date is still uncertain.

Unexpected pool repairs eliminate June closure

A silver lining appears in June after an unexpected leak shut down the Oak Bay Recreation Centre pool Nov. 29

Oak Bay’s aquatic centre remains closed with excavation underway to repair the leak found this week by sonar after the search started Nov. 29. A reopening date is still uncertain.
Mayor Nils Jensen

Hundreds of Oak Bay landowners get early assessment warning

Assessed values jump 10 to 40 per cent for 400 to 500 properties

Mayor Nils Jensen
Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People brings the pantomime featuring Snow White

Family theatre group introduces holiday panto

Traditional Snow White story gets amped up with local lore

Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People brings the pantomime featuring Snow White
Michael Prince and Karen Wallace-Prince propose Oak Bay designate their segment of Oak Bay (their home is behind on the right) as a Heritage Conservation Area

Heritage conservation bid moves to budget discussions

Cost to develop HCA could range from $50,000
to $75,000

Michael Prince and Karen Wallace-Prince propose Oak Bay designate their segment of Oak Bay (their home is behind on the right) as a Heritage Conservation Area
Sporting reindeer antlers

(Slideshow) Oak Bay High adds Christmas to Cancer Lodge

Students take the time to decorate the Canadian Cancer Society Lodge on Richmond Road

Sporting reindeer antlers
Another deer count is on the way for Oak Bay as part of the UWSS management plan.

Oak Bay deer management funding delayed

Interior communities get the approval
for ungulate management grants

Another deer count is on the way for Oak Bay as part of the UWSS management plan.

Integrated services online forum closes tomorrow

Capital Integrated Services and Governance Initiative explores ways to integrate services and governance in the region

Jesse Deutscher performs in This Little Light

Modern match girl story sends audiences home humming

This Little Light, written by CCPA alumnus Brad L’écuyer and Erin Macklem brightens Belfry stage

Jesse Deutscher performs in This Little Light
Kathy Green surprises ER staff at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria with a treat during the 25th BC Transplant Operation Popcorn Wednesday morning.

(VIDEO) Transplant recipients say thank you

BC Transplant’s Operation Popcorn marks 25 years

Kathy Green surprises ER staff at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria with a treat during the 25th BC Transplant Operation Popcorn Wednesday morning.
Oak Bay’s Canadian College of Performing Arts students stop for a photo with the 142 hampers created during the 2015 drive.

CCPA performers stage Christmas hamper hoedown

Annual drive to feed others set for Dec. 11 in Oak Bay

Oak Bay’s Canadian College of Performing Arts students stop for a photo with the 142 hampers created during the 2015 drive.
Oak Bay’s aquatic centre remains closed with excavation underway to repair the leak found this week by sonar after the search started Nov. 29. A reopening date is still uncertain.

Rec centre pool closed into 2017

Oak Bay passes are valid at any municipal recreation pool in Greater Victoria as well as the Victoria and Langford

Oak Bay’s aquatic centre remains closed with excavation underway to repair the leak found this week by sonar after the search started Nov. 29. A reopening date is still uncertain.

Oak Bay council raises follow cost of living guideline

Mayor, councillors receive small cost-of-living raise for 2017

A Hampshire Road snowman searches the skies for his impending friends to fall from the sky. Snowfall is expected on the south coast tonight (Thursday).

Oak Bay prepares for a snow day

Oak Bay organizations offer safety tips to brave the expected storm

A Hampshire Road snowman searches the skies for his impending friends to fall from the sky. Snowfall is expected on the south coast tonight (Thursday).
Gavin Hanke

Winter seining offers prime seaside sampling

Evening event explores what's under the water on the Oak Bay shore

Gavin Hanke
Coun. Eric Zhelka

Oak Bay to iron out ‘potpourri’ of speed limits

The district expects to adopt a 40 km/h speed zone strategy throughout the district

Coun. Eric Zhelka
Oak Bay teen Leah Smith targets teens in her toy drive for the Salvation Army Stan Hagen Centre this holiday season. The Oak Bay High student collects toys for youngsters of all ages outside Pharmasave on Oak Bay Avenue from noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11.

Toy drive targets teens in need

Donations welcome Dec. 10 and 11, from noon to 4 p.m.

Oak Bay teen Leah Smith targets teens in her toy drive for the Salvation Army Stan Hagen Centre this holiday season. The Oak Bay High student collects toys for youngsters of all ages outside Pharmasave on Oak Bay Avenue from noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11.
Nici Castellani shows the first of many shoeboxes Royal LePage hopes to donate to the Shoebox Project for Shelters.

Realtors gather goods for holiday season

Royal LePage in Athlone Court collects shoeboxes for shelters

Nici Castellani shows the first of many shoeboxes Royal LePage hopes to donate to the Shoebox Project for Shelters.
Restorative Justice Victoria with the Restorative Justice Memorial Award

Award-winning restorative justice serves Oak Bay

Province recognizes Victoria-area team for innovative partnerships

Restorative Justice Victoria with the Restorative Justice Memorial Award
Oak Bay Chief Const. Andy Brinton swears in the newest constable

Oak Bay PD welcomes two new officers to ranks

Pair of experienced police officers sworn in last week

Oak Bay Chief Const. Andy Brinton swears in the newest constable
Oak Bay’s Jacques Sirois is among 115 new fellows of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. He earned the honour for four decades of sharing tales of Canada with the world. The art on his wall

Fellow aims to boost Oak Bay through national honour

By telling stories of Canada, biologist pushes nation to worldwide recognition

Oak Bay’s Jacques Sirois is among 115 new fellows of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. He earned the honour for four decades of sharing tales of Canada with the world. The art on his wall