Dan Ebenal

Shannon Oaks residents Margaret McDougall

Royal Commonwealth Society sends supplies to Vanuatu

Newborns on typhoon-ravaged island to receive blankets originally intended for Royal baby

Shannon Oaks residents Margaret McDougall
Oak Bay High students stand outside one of the homes they built during their 2014 visit to Vicente Guerrero

Oak Bay students making a world of difference

May 2 Jail and bail event will raise funds to help build two homes in poor Mexican village

Oak Bay High students stand outside one of the homes they built during their 2014 visit to Vicente Guerrero
Adam de Vos

Oak Bay cyclist posts strong showing

Adam de Vos places fourth and fifth at a pair of races on the North American professional cycling circuit

Adam de Vos
Paul Macara with Invis-Beyer Mortgage Services says the lowest rate isn’t always the most important factor when determining the mortgage that best fits your needs.

Finding the mortgage that best suits your needs

Broker says lowest rate isn’t always the best option

Paul Macara with Invis-Beyer Mortgage Services says the lowest rate isn’t always the most important factor when determining the mortgage that best fits your needs.
Brett Holland and Melissa Brown share a moment at their Oak Bay Avenue office with son Bodhi Holland.

Couple provide the healing touch

Oak Bay office home to practitioners who use therapy to relieve pain and ease tension

Brett Holland and Melissa Brown share a moment at their Oak Bay Avenue office with son Bodhi Holland.
Eli and Adia Mavrikos stand out front of their new office they opened with Pemberton Holmes on Cadboro Bay Road in Oak Bay.

Realtor opens Cadboro Bay Road office

Family ties play key role with Eli Mavrikos Collective

Eli and Adia Mavrikos stand out front of their new office they opened with Pemberton Holmes on Cadboro Bay Road in Oak Bay.
Oak Bay's Tristan Alexander will be competing at the Canadian Judo Championships next month before heading to the Western Canada Summer Games.

Oak Bay teen joins Team BC

Tristan Alexander among 14 selected by Judo BC for Western Canada Summer Games

Oak Bay's Tristan Alexander will be competing at the Canadian Judo Championships next month before heading to the Western Canada Summer Games.
Erjon Bleta

Business perks up at local coffeehouse

Good Earth Coffeehouse opened on Oak Bay Avenue at the beginning of March

Erjon Bleta
Miles Takacs with Re/Max Camosun goes over some of the things that can be done to mitigate having a property located near a busy road.

Steps to address a busy location

Price and appearance can shift focus away from location

Miles Takacs with Re/Max Camosun goes over some of the things that can be done to mitigate having a property located near a busy road.
Miniature schnauzers Coco and Fritz take a break after a grooming at Mucky Mutt Bowtique.

Every dog has its day at bowtique

Mucky Mutt Bowtique adds retail space to its Oak Bay Avenue pet salon location

Miniature schnauzers Coco and Fritz take a break after a grooming at Mucky Mutt Bowtique.
Chris Nilan will be  among the former NHLers to play Victoria coaches on Friday night.

Island coaches make the cut

Minor hockey players select the team that will face off against Montreal Canadiens alumni

Chris Nilan will be  among the former NHLers to play Victoria coaches on Friday night.
Dave O’Byrne checks out his new surroundings on Oak Bay Avenue as Royal LePage Coast Capital Realty plans to move its offices into Athlone Court on May 1.

Homefinder: Some words of advice for first-time buyers

Buyers told to do their research and stay within their means

Dave O’Byrne checks out his new surroundings on Oak Bay Avenue as Royal LePage Coast Capital Realty plans to move its offices into Athlone Court on May 1.

Police officer chases down suspect

Victoria area woman arrested after allegedly trying to fraudulently obtain a line of credit from Oak Bay bank

Vancouver officer found guilty of corrupt practice

Officer improperly disclosed information related to Oak Bay homicide investigation

Oak Bay’s Liam Finnigan takes a shot in a game against Mt. Baker at the AAAA senior boys provincial championships in Langley.

Bays bounced at provincials

Oak Bay settles for sixth at B.C. AAAA senior boys basketball championship

Oak Bay’s Liam Finnigan takes a shot in a game against Mt. Baker at the AAAA senior boys provincial championships in Langley.
Doreen Hall

Planetary journey takes in the sights of Oak Bay

Sunday morning walk starts off from Oak Bay municipal hall

Doreen Hall
Oak Bay Heritage Foundation president Robert Taylor (left) and Bill Patterson with Citta Group stand in front of one of the heritage homes Patterson is restoring on Patio Court. Restoring heritage homes will be the topic of a panel discussion March 18 at Windsor Pavilion.

Panel discussion delves into heritage homes

Oak Bay Heritage presents Restoring Your Home: An Evening With The Experts Wednesday night at Windsor Pavilion

Oak Bay Heritage Foundation president Robert Taylor (left) and Bill Patterson with Citta Group stand in front of one of the heritage homes Patterson is restoring on Patio Court. Restoring heritage homes will be the topic of a panel discussion March 18 at Windsor Pavilion.
Elgin Park player Brooklyn Tidder (left) drives to the hoop against Oak Bay Breakers defender Andrea Psotka at the senior girls AAA High School Basketball Championships at Langley Event Centre.

Oak Bay senior girls third in B.C.

Fourth quarter proves costly for Breakers in semifinals at provincial basketball championships

Elgin Park player Brooklyn Tidder (left) drives to the hoop against Oak Bay Breakers defender Andrea Psotka at the senior girls AAA High School Basketball Championships at Langley Event Centre.
Artwork from Tower of Song exhibit draws its inspiration from music. The show is playing at Red Art Gallery during the month of March.

Artists display a musical touch

Red Art Gallery hosts Tower of Song show for the month of March

Artwork from Tower of Song exhibit draws its inspiration from music. The show is playing at Red Art Gallery during the month of March.

Oak Bay locks up Island hoops title

Senior boys head to provincials as No. 1 seed