Erin McCracken

Municipalities asked to promote access, break down barriers

Access Awareness Day supported by Esquimalt

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Marc William Bauer.

Wanted man surrenders to Victoria police

A man wanted for allegedly threatening to kill a pregnant woman in…

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Marc William Bauer.

Gun scare at Empress hotel a hoax: VicPD

A report that a man had a gun in a suite at…

Poignant candlelight vigil in Esquimalt to honour veterans

God's Acre Veterans' Cemetery will play host to evening service

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Marc William Bauer.

‘Unpredictable and violent’ offender wanted for uttering death threats

A violent offender is wanted by Victoria police after he allegedly threatened…

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Marc William Bauer.
Chief Petty Officer 1st class Richard Boileau holds his grandson in this family photo

HMCS Victoria crew coming to grips with death of senior sailor in diving accident

CFB Esquimalt-based submarine will sail with temporary coxswain on board

Chief Petty Officer 1st class Richard Boileau holds his grandson in this family photo

Police descend on Esquimalt neighbourhood after handgun sighting

Airsoft gun on teen assumed to be real until determined otherwise

Victoria cop’s attempted murderer receives 10-year prison sentence

'Substantial risk' that Guy Séguin may attack again: Crown counsel

Sledgehammer, magnets go missing from Macaulay scrap metal drive

Final scrap metal drop-off day happens this Saturday

Victoria police link violent home invasion to drug debt

Police searching for more suspects after Saanich man taken into custody downtown

Fundraising is underway to pay for a new outdoor classroom and pedestrian walkway at Macaulay elementary. Tina Neale

Metal = money for Esquimalt elementary school

Macaulay looking for scrap donations to help build outdoor amenities

Fundraising is underway to pay for a new outdoor classroom and pedestrian walkway at Macaulay elementary. Tina Neale

Greater Victoria high school grads to receive free transit pass

B.C. Transit promotes safe reliable transportation at grad time

Jane Vermeulen

Victoria Vets for Pets: triage with heart

Volunteer vets aren’t simply caring for the pets of the needy at Our Place, they’re providing care for pet owners’ souls

Jane Vermeulen
Catherine Hahn

Puppet-packed parade planned for Victoria Day

Island Farms parade to get special touches to mark Victoria's 150th anniversary

Catherine Hahn
One to 11 screenwriter and director of photography Dan Hogg

Filmmaking on a scale of ‘One to 11’

Unique group filmmaking project connects writers and directors

One to 11 screenwriter and director of photography Dan Hogg
Amateur beekeeper Joy Illington enjoys the sight of the thousands of honey bees working in her backyard at her Vic West home. Anyone who spots a swarm of bees is asked to call the Capital Region Beekeepers Association's new dedicated bee swarm hotline.

Who ya gonna call? Swarm busters

Victoria beekeepers join together to create swarm hotline for safety, bee protection

Amateur beekeeper Joy Illington enjoys the sight of the thousands of honey bees working in her backyard at her Vic West home. Anyone who spots a swarm of bees is asked to call the Capital Region Beekeepers Association's new dedicated bee swarm hotline.
Officers with the Regional Crime Unit seized three ornately carved chests from a View Royal home on Monday

Traffic stop nets drugs, stolen property

The Regional Crime Unit has broken up a drug-dealing and stolen property…

Officers with the Regional Crime Unit seized three ornately carved chests from a View Royal home on Monday
Victoria police Det.-Const. Jonathan Sheldan

Victoria detective honoured for work identifying fallen officers

Det.-Const. Jonathan Sheldan named member of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces by governor-general

Victoria police Det.-Const. Jonathan Sheldan

Suspects arrested after booze smash and grab

Four people have been arrested for break and enter after the front…

Victoria’s crime numbers drop across the board in 2011

Among the stats is a 32-per-cent reduction in residential break-ins