Edward Hill

Seven-year-old May Galayugo dumps two rainbow trout out of her bucket and into Elk Lake on March 8

Thousands of trout added to Elk Lake, signalling start of fishing season

About 2,000 fish were released in what was the first drop of the season on March 8 into Elk Lake

Seven-year-old May Galayugo dumps two rainbow trout out of her bucket and into Elk Lake on March 8

Man convicted for child porn, but sentence remains delayed

A Langford man convicted of possessing and distributing child pornography more than a year ago has successfully delayed his sentencing.

Edward Hill/News staff Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca MP Randall Garrison (NDP) lobbied the federal transportation committee to commit funding to help upgrade the E&N tracks. The committee said no

Federal committee snubs E&N rail funding request

The E&N rail line will remain idle a little longer after a transportation committee opted not to recommend upgrading the track.

Edward Hill/News staff Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca MP Randall Garrison (NDP) lobbied the federal transportation committee to commit funding to help upgrade the E&N tracks. The committee said no
Fort Rodd Hill historic site manager Dave King shows off photocopies of images taken at the same location 115 years ago by a U.S. military officer acting as a spy. Trees are a little taller

Spy games, colonial style

Armed with a large boxy camera and sketch pad, in 1897 a visiting U.S. military officer quietly made his way to the outskirts of Victoria.

Fort Rodd Hill historic site manager Dave King shows off photocopies of images taken at the same location 115 years ago by a U.S. military officer acting as a spy. Trees are a little taller
Langford fire investigator Lance Caven works at the scene of the fire at Savory elementary last September. Two teens accused of setting the fire have pleaded not guilty.

Langford teens plead not guilty to Savory school arson

A Langford teenager accused of arson will plead not guilty to setting the fire at Savory elementary last September.

Langford fire investigator Lance Caven works at the scene of the fire at Savory elementary last September. Two teens accused of setting the fire have pleaded not guilty.

RCMP raid Walfred Road drug house again

The West Shore RCMP street crime unit busted two Langford residents for drug trafficking last Friday.

West Shore RCMP charge Victoria man with prostituting teen girl

A 22-year-old Victoria man has been charged with prostituting a 16-year-old girl on a number of online sites.

Victoria Film Festival: Something Ventured

Witness how a small group of investment bankers rolled the dice on visionary entrepreneurs

Luc Pearson

Elite rugby players at home in Langford

For a group of young men and women living on the West Shore, breakfast is a scrum at Goudy field

Luc Pearson
League Asset Corp.'s Adam Gant and Emanuel Arruda stand near the demolition at Colwood Corners

Overhaul begins at Colwood Corners

What could be the largest property development on Vancouver Island broke ground Monday at Colwood Corners.

League Asset Corp.'s Adam Gant and Emanuel Arruda stand near the demolition at Colwood Corners
Jeneece Edroff and Abigail McCorquodale

Generosity overflows for Jeneece Place

When her daughter was born without an esophagus, Brenda McCorquodale spent 100 days living in Victoria General Hospital

Jeneece Edroff and Abigail McCorquodale
Jeneece Place

Jeence Place opening its doors this weekend

The home-away-from-home for families of sick kids at Victoria General Hospital is a few days from opening its doors.

Jeneece Place
A BC Hydro crew works Thursday afternoon to replace a wire stolen out of an underground circuit along Langford Parkway. BC Hydro says 770 metres of copper wire was taken.

5,000 pounds of copper wire stolen in Langford

A group of thieves absconded with 770 metres of underground copper wire in Langford, from near the Westhills development

A BC Hydro crew works Thursday afternoon to replace a wire stolen out of an underground circuit along Langford Parkway. BC Hydro says 770 metres of copper wire was taken.

UVic plays key role in Higgs boson research

Search for ‘God particle’ helps us understand how everything we know came to be

Trevor

Oil spill darkens feel-good story of urban salmon creek

A catastrophic oil spill has dashed what had been a feel-good story about salmon returning to an urban waterway.

Trevor
Members of the Greater Victoria Youth Orchestra are held to the same standards as adult orchestras

A young take on old classics

Greater Victoria Youth Orchestra tackles the difficult classical pieces professional orchestras play

Members of the Greater Victoria Youth Orchestra are held to the same standards as adult orchestras
Tom MacDonald and Oslo the lab walk the Galloping Goose trail near Atkins Road in View Royal. MacDonald is fundraising to install drinking fountains along the trail.

Watering the Goose

Despite being lined by thick forest and brush, and occasionally farm fields, Greater Victoria's two regional trails are a bit barren when it comes to water.

Tom MacDonald and Oslo the lab walk the Galloping Goose trail near Atkins Road in View Royal. MacDonald is fundraising to install drinking fountains along the trail.
Esquimalt firefighters Andrew Zado

Firefighters give big to pediatric research

Survival stories tug at hearts of emergency workers

Esquimalt firefighters Andrew Zado
Esquimalt firefighters Andrew Zado and Chris Carragher crouch with Quinn Tyrrell

Firefighters give big to pediatrics at Victoria General Hospital

For her first breaths of life, Lucy Hannah had a hole in her lung. Wade McReynolds weighed two pounds when he saw the light of day as a preemie at 29 weeks. Victoria General Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit became home to their parents.

Esquimalt firefighters Andrew Zado and Chris Carragher crouch with Quinn Tyrrell
Acting Sgt. Paul Lamoureux

UPDATE: Colquitz River Park shut down Sunday as police investigate suspicious death

A man and his son walking in Colquitz Park made a grisly…

Acting Sgt. Paul Lamoureux