Danielle Pope

Frank McGilly

Senior Players bring the act home

Home, Sweet Home offers new look at where the heart is

Frank McGilly
Myrtle Pruden

100-year celebration benefits Shriners Hospitals for kids

Daughters of the Nile bring 100-year heritage to special banquet

Myrtle Pruden

Oak Bay mayor becomes peace advocate

Mayors for Peace earns commitment from Oak Bay

Oak Bay Police Department gets ‘helmets on heads’

Heads will be getting more attention than usual from the Oak Bay Police Department, as the force launches its new program

Geoffrey

Newell boys win silver in championships

Oak Bay’s karate stars have done it again, setting the district high on an international level

Geoffrey
Longtime École Willows School custodian Wayne Ridley feeds a catfish affectionately called Wormy. The fish has been at the school for six years with the Grade 5 kids assigned to take care of him. Ridley cared for the fish through the summer.

Wormy, the catfish with class

Willow’s classroom catfish teaches life lessons

Longtime École Willows School custodian Wayne Ridley feeds a catfish affectionately called Wormy. The fish has been at the school for six years with the Grade 5 kids assigned to take care of him. Ridley cared for the fish through the summer.
Lt. Roger Stewart with the Oak Bay Fire Department stands in front of his 'month' of the 2014 Greater Victoria Fire Fighters Calendar. The calendar is part of a regionwide effort to raise funds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Victoria General Hospital.

Professional firefighters sizzle in calendar

Oak Bay firefighter Mr. October in annual fundraising initiative

Lt. Roger Stewart with the Oak Bay Fire Department stands in front of his 'month' of the 2014 Greater Victoria Fire Fighters Calendar. The calendar is part of a regionwide effort to raise funds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Victoria General Hospital.
Jim Barry waits to feed the birds at Oak Bay Marina. The 83-year-old has become an institution of bird fun in Oak Bay

For the birds: Jim Barry a welcome sight to his feathered friends

Oak Bay resident turns bird-feeding into an institution

Jim Barry waits to feed the birds at Oak Bay Marina. The 83-year-old has become an institution of bird fun in Oak Bay
Neighbouring residents on Hamiota Street are all set for Sunday’s (Sept. 1) block party

Welcome, neighbour!

Block party season culminates in September; Oak Bay counts 28 street-based events this year

Neighbouring residents on Hamiota Street are all set for Sunday’s (Sept. 1) block party
Monterey Recreation Centre co-ordinator Lesley Cobus hopes to attract both exhibitors and interested community members for the upcoming Community Expo to be held at the centre.

Oak Bay Community Expo shows off range of clubs and services available to residents

Organizers hoping for broad representation from community

Monterey Recreation Centre co-ordinator Lesley Cobus hopes to attract both exhibitors and interested community members for the upcoming Community Expo to be held at the centre.

Rugby brothers shine gold at nationals

Oak Bay teens make their mark on rugby scene

Have your say on new plan

More public consultation for Official Community Plan ahead

Oak Bay still safe according to Stats Can

Oak Bay one of the safer communities on the Island

Gas leak in Oak Bay closes down Lansdowne Road

A gas leak in Oak Bay closed off a portion of Lansdowne Road earlier today, when a group of workers tore a residential gas line.

Nikki Chooi is impressing audiences around the world.

Victoria violinist cinches international competition

Nikki Chooi impresses his roots with more accolades

Nikki Chooi is impressing audiences around the world.

Native plant protection needs public input

Oak Bay considers fences for native plant species, heritage garden

Status quo for Oak Bay sewer cost allocation

All consumption charges related to the Capital Regional District sewer costs will continue to cover 100 per cent of new debt

District diverts its green waste

Oak Bay expands kitchen scraps program to 6,100 homes

Shoko Inoue

Shoko Inoue enchants Oak Bay Beach Hotel with performance


Music reflects struggle to find peace

Shoko Inoue
Oak Bay resident Justin Kelly is excited to compete to become the winning sports caster through Sportsnet’s Drafted reality TV show.

Sports fan casts himself into top competition

Reality TV show Drafted may grant Justin Kelly his dream job

Oak Bay resident Justin Kelly is excited to compete to become the winning sports caster through Sportsnet’s Drafted reality TV show.