Daniel Palmer

Oak Bay High Grade 12 students Pascall Morell

Police help spread word for Pink Shirt Day

WITS programs helping to crack down on cyberbullying

Oak Bay High Grade 12 students Pascall Morell
Saanich mayoral candidate David Shebib.

Election 2014: Mayoral candidate David Shebib calls foul on exclusion from debates

Shebib says he's been given similar treatment at several Victoria-based all-candidates meetings

Saanich mayoral candidate David Shebib.
Camosun College student Mataya Jim

Camosun College seeks to become scholarly, community leader in First Nations research

Camosun renames aboriginal department as First Nations students number 1,000 from 50 nations

Camosun College student Mataya Jim
Andrew Weaver speaks to a packed house at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre Lounge earlier this year. Weaver is now leading the charge with a petition to pressure the B.C. government to enter binding arbitration with the province's teachers' union.

MLA Andrew Weaver launches petition to end ‘schoolyard bullying’ in teachers’ strike

Oak Bay-Gordon Head MLA says binding arbitration is not as risky as province claims

Andrew Weaver speaks to a packed house at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre Lounge earlier this year. Weaver is now leading the charge with a petition to pressure the B.C. government to enter binding arbitration with the province's teachers' union.

Back to school: Make lunchtime fun time, says expert

Kids can often be much pickier eaters than their parents

‘Forced hiatus’ on CRD sewage project an opportunity, says Saanich councillor

Westshore communities, Esquimalt working on terms of reference for distributed model study

Victoria Fire Department Lt.-Insp. Brad Sifert holds a common household fire alarm. The department is handing out free alarms as part of its campaign to see all homes in the city equipped with the potentially lifesaving devices.

Fire department offers free smoke alarms to Victoria residents

Esquimalt and Oak Bay lack similar programs, but help install the devices

Victoria Fire Department Lt.-Insp. Brad Sifert holds a common household fire alarm. The department is handing out free alarms as part of its campaign to see all homes in the city equipped with the potentially lifesaving devices.
Rev. Al Tysick stands in Centennial Square

Good Friday service remembers victims of Victoria’s streets

Rev. Al Tysick to lead memorial service, gather city’s homeless community

Rev. Al Tysick stands in Centennial Square

B.C. Transit buses may service Victoria cruise ship traffic

Union representing transit drivers wants in on deal

Victoria police officer used unnecessary force in nightclub brawl, hearing finds

Video evidence key in March 2010 arrest of Tyler Archer; officer will face disciplinary hearing

Johnson Street Bridge update positive

Victoria project on budget and on schedule, councillors hear

MAC Renovations owner Ed McDonald

Family inks home deal days before sewage site announcement

Neighbours, businesses near CRD land purchase in Esquimalt worry about property values and quality of life

MAC Renovations owner Ed McDonald

Esquimalt mayor opposed to CRD plans for biosolids sewage plant in township

Mayor Barb Desjardins calls closed-door process "disrespect to population"

B.C. Transit maintenance backlog cleared in Greater Victoria

More bus mechanics have also been hired by company

Disgruntled Victoria condo owners must wait for online resolution system

Once up and running, new system set to bring resolutions within 60 days

Couples moving in together may want to consider cohabitation agreements if they haven’t taken the step of marriage.

Victoria feature: Marriage without consent

Couples entering cohabitation and those leaving relationships have things to think about under new Family Law Act

Couples moving in together may want to consider cohabitation agreements if they haven’t taken the step of marriage.
Frank Lewis poses before a mural he painted in an underpass where the Galloping Goose trail crosses Gorge Road.

Métis artist leaves a legacy in Victoria

Frank Lewis made cultural contributions to his communities

Frank Lewis poses before a mural he painted in an underpass where the Galloping Goose trail crosses Gorge Road.
Violinist Mark Lupin is among the acts performing at Hodaya.

Jewish arts fest kicks off year of celebration

Thanksgiving expressed in opening concert

Violinist Mark Lupin is among the acts performing at Hodaya.

Two people rescued from Esquimalt apartment fire

Township and CFB Esquimalt crews on scene for kitchen fire

McLouglin Point wastewater plant opens to bids

Capital Regional District requests for qualifications process underway, three proponents to be chosen by June