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WHL veterans reflect on career with Victoria Royals

Tyler Soy and Chaz Reddekopp spent five years each with Island major junior club

26-storey Hudson tower on Herald Street gets green light from Victoria council

Site preparation has been underway for a while for Hudson One condo building

HOMEFINDER: Jukebox coins new term for urban living

Developers of Mosaic and The Reef bring colour and style to View Street neighbourhood

Hearing for Truth Centre site development cut short by emergency

Public will continue to make presentations at the April 26 meeting of Victoria council

Dallas Road cycle path, Clover Point amenities designs approved by council

Elements form part of CRD’s wastewater treatment project

The glitterrati will be on hand for the Get OUT Cabaret

Intrepid Theatre presents kitschy, campy, avant-garde performances April 27

Scottish Country Dance Society members hone their skills

Annual workshops and ball a success, regular classes resume Tuesday

WHL season wraps up for Royals in 5-3 loss to Americans

Tri City breaks Game 4 tie with pair of third-period goals, sweeps series

Tough night for pair of VicPD officers

Assault, vehicle crash happen within hours of each other in Victoria

United Way’s $5 million goal reached, campaign leaders honoured

Viking Air CEO David Curtis given Award of Distinction for support of United Way Greater Victoria

Try your hand at lawn bowling and more, downtown

Canadian Pacific club hosting open house in Victoria this Saturday

Heritage restorations lovingly done by Fernwood craftsman

Daniel Ouimet enjoys bringing the history back for homeowners

TD Victoria International Jazzfest releases 2018 concert schedule

From blues to bluegrass to jazz in all its forms, JazzFest has something for everyone

WHL Royals face elimination after game 3 loss to Americans

Victoria closing gap on Tri City, but running out of time with game 4 Wednesday night

‘Old Blue’ to be dismantled and removed next week

Johnson Street Bridge will pass into a new era with old bridge gone

Boston Garden chair nets $5,800 for Humboldt Broncos fund

Like many Canadians, West Shore resident Rod Hurst just wanted to help in some way

Boston Garden chair nets $5,800 for Humboldt Broncos fund

Like many Canadians, West Shore resident Rod Hurst just wanted to help in some way

Emerging and established artists to be honoured in Victoria

Victoria Visual Arts Legacy Society presenting annual bursaries at UVic gallery

WATCH: New residents settling in to former Tally Ho Motel

Cool Aid providing supportive housing for ex-Choices residents and others

Tourism Victoria, WestJet partnering to attract more conference business here

New co-marketing agreement will give Victoria-bound delegates preferred rates