Erin Cardone

Jo Campbell gives a hug to a guest at a celebration of life ceremony held for her husband

Mourners remember Alex Campbell

Loyal, generous founder of Thrifty Foods celebrated at Sunday memorial in Victoria

Jo Campbell gives a hug to a guest at a celebration of life ceremony held for her husband
Artist Frank Lewis poses in front of an aboriginal mural he painted on the concrete surface of an underpass where the Galloping Goose trail goes underneath Gorge Road. Lewis is a member of the Island Illustrators’ Society

Illustrators’ private worlds captured for exhibit

Photographer’s images paired with artworks for showing at Cedar Hill Rec Centre’s gallery café

Artist Frank Lewis poses in front of an aboriginal mural he painted on the concrete surface of an underpass where the Galloping Goose trail goes underneath Gorge Road. Lewis is a member of the Island Illustrators’ Society

Dog attack on Oak Bay Avenue sparked by fight

Quarrelling pair agitate dog, yield a bite on the leg for a random passerby

Deadline too tight for Lodge plans, say residents

Proposal to replace facility will come back before council Nov. 14

Rod Sidhu on the cover of the 2012 Saanich Firefighters Calendar. The calendar costs $20 and is available at all Thrifty Foods locations in Saanich.

Firefighters pose for charity

Saanich firefighters calendar returns for 2012, albeit with no Oak Bay members

Rod Sidhu on the cover of the 2012 Saanich Firefighters Calendar. The calendar costs $20 and is available at all Thrifty Foods locations in Saanich.

Job numbers expected to rise in Capital Region this quarter

Hiring climate survey shows net increase expected by employers

Glenlyon Norfolk senior school Grade 11 student Isabel Bodnar sketches the portrait of Darlaine Bagshaw in the courtyard at Shannon Oaks retirement home in Oak Bay.

Generations come together through art

Portraiture project pairs students, seniors to bridge generational divide

Glenlyon Norfolk senior school Grade 11 student Isabel Bodnar sketches the portrait of Darlaine Bagshaw in the courtyard at Shannon Oaks retirement home in Oak Bay.

Candidates for board of education trustees line up

In all, 16 people vie for eight seats with the Greater Victoria school district

Candidates finalized: 13 names on Oak Bay elector’s ballot

Municipal elections are on Nov. 19

Occupy Victoria takes direct aim at money, banking

Occupy Victoria, like its New York City counterpart, aims to bring to light the intrinsic problems with banks lending and reporting money they don’t actually have, said organizer Greg Hill

School trustees ‘rushed’ by hints of teacher lockout

Docked pay for teachers considered by bargaining body to force talks

Chlorine leak reported in James Bay

Fire, police, hazmat crews on scene near Shoal Point; traffic being re-routed

Magazine markets city to world

Business in Greater Victoria seeks out foreign investment

Spectators – and cheers – are an integral part of any marathon race.

VICTORIA MARATHON: Race etiquette: Enduring fans

When runners are delirious, it’s best to keep the cheers personal.

Spectators – and cheers – are an integral part of any marathon race.

Sardul Gill makes milestone $5 million donation to UVic

Not only was Sardul S. Gill's $5-million donation the largest-ever gift to a UVic graduate program and the largest-ever gift from an alumnus to the university, it might also be the biggest gift to any Canadian university from a person of South Asian descent, according to UVic.

Runners head off at the start of the 2010 GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon. Last year’s race had a record number of participants.

Victoria Marathon numbers dwindle

Registration down from last year’s record participation

Runners head off at the start of the 2010 GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon. Last year’s race had a record number of participants.

Tanning bylaw curtails parental rights

"I think it's ridiculous on a business and a personal level," said Andrea Sinclair, owner of Sunshine Tanning on Shelbourne Street. "Even if their parents want them to come in for their issues, they can't, and I think that it's a parent's right to choose."

House prices will keep increasing, predicts Victoria Real Estate Board president

Despite economic downturn, Greater Victoria property values hold steady

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CIBC Run for the Cure raises over $550,000

4,200 people participated in the Run for the Cure at the University of Victori

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Christopher Mavrikos

Marathon a mission for Victoria athlete

Christopher Mavrikos, 32, hopes to raise thousands of dollars for breast cancer research in memory of his late mother

Christopher Mavrikos