Erin McCracken

Stabbing suspect on the loose

A Victoria man was taken to hospital with a seven-inch stab wound…

Dogs in vehicles can get overheated in a matter of five minutes during warm weather.  The S.P.C.A. urges pet owners to not leave their pets in vehicles as the days get hotter.

Hot days, fur coats don’t mix around Greater Victoria

SPCA urges people not to leave dogs in parked vehicles

Dogs in vehicles can get overheated in a matter of five minutes during warm weather.  The S.P.C.A. urges pet owners to not leave their pets in vehicles as the days get hotter.

Suspected car thief ditches vehicle, attempts watery escape

A suspected car thief tried escaping from police by jumping into the…

Victoria police Det. Todd Wellman speaks to reporters Wednesday at the Victoria Women's Sexual Assault Centre

Victoria police crack 20-year-old child sex assault case

Investigators confirm that suspect, victim knew each other

Victoria police Det. Todd Wellman speaks to reporters Wednesday at the Victoria Women's Sexual Assault Centre

Greater Victoria’s busiest transit routes to go under the microscope

Studies aim to identify changes to curb bus travel delays

Photo of Fernwood resident Daniel Grandza

Victoria police detectives take over missing person case

Police issue second plea for public's assistance

Photo of Fernwood resident Daniel Grandza
Meribeth Burton with B.C. Transit is the mind behind Transit TV

B.C. Transit rolls out Transit TV in Victoria

New initiative is about 'openness and great communication': spokesperson

Meribeth Burton with B.C. Transit is the mind behind Transit TV
Royal Roads University students are debriefed on measures that CFB Esquimalt has in place in the event a disaster strikes

Building disaster-resiliency in Esquimalt

Esquimalt welcomes Royal Roads students for disaster-risk assessment

Royal Roads University students are debriefed on measures that CFB Esquimalt has in place in the event a disaster strikes

Oak Bay police work to curb theft from unlocked vehicles

Police Lock It or Lose It program now underway

Investigation continues into fatality at Victoria metal recycling company

Employees receive grief counselling, will be given time to absorb tragedy

Aaron Hall from Macdonald Realty gets help from Catherine Rolfe from the Ministry of Community Sport and Cultural Development to find a pair of size 15 high heels. Hall is preparing to take part in the annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event

Victoria’s Walk a Mile event shines light on sexual violence

Fundraiser event promises humour – men in high heels – but not about the topic

Aaron Hall from Macdonald Realty gets help from Catherine Rolfe from the Ministry of Community Sport and Cultural Development to find a pair of size 15 high heels. Hall is preparing to take part in the annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event

Victoria police nab prairie crime suspects downtown

Man and woman wanted in connection with string of break-ins in Alberta and Saskatchewan

Buccaneer Days dance provides fun, chance to support good cause

Esquimalt tradition raises money for community groups

Canadian, U.S. and Australian militaries engaging in joint exercise off south Island coast

Some vessels, aircraft may be seen due south of Clover Point

B.C. Transit drivers return to calling out stops on Victoria buses

Program touted as a welcome convenience by at least one regular rider

‘New faces’ along Oak Bay Avenue attracting attention

Oak Bay police have stepped up bike patrols along the Avenue after noticing a recent increase in the number of homeless

Grade 12 Oak Bay High student Liam McDonough

Rick Hansen honours Oak Bay High ‘difference maker’

End of the Man In Motion anniversary relay will represent a new beginning

Grade 12 Oak Bay High student Liam McDonough

City funds hazmat team, but no Victoria firefighters on specialized unit

Hazmat unit would welcome members from Victoria department: CRD

Charges unlikely after hazmat scare in downtown Victoria

Chemicals discovered prove to be household products, but crews didn;t want to take chances, fire chief says

Esquimalt firefighter Pete Vanbuskirk prepares to slide down the department's newly reinstalled fire pole.  Firefighters applaud the return to the past

New fire pole gives Esquimalt firefighters an edge

Pole's reinstallation marks a return to tradition for department

Esquimalt firefighter Pete Vanbuskirk prepares to slide down the department's newly reinstalled fire pole.  Firefighters applaud the return to the past