Lindsey Horsting

Langford law office receives second envelope with unknown substance

West Shore office hit with unknown substance twice within the month

Tent city moves to Saanich Municipal Hall

Group departs West Saanich property after 10 days

VIDEO: Fort Rodd Hill hosts Coast Salish pit cook in Colwood

Songhees Nation showcase traditional food, dance, art

Langford mayor calls for campground cleanup

Lack of communication from the Ministry makes residents ‘suspicious’

Malahat community say new turnaround increases risk of collision

New turnaround’s poor sight lines and high speed of on-coming traffic leave drivers feeling unsafe

Goldstream Park campground remains closed

The Ministry of Environment can’t say when it will reopen

Fundraiser in View Royal hopes to ‘Scream Away Cancer’

The fundraiser has taken place over the past four years

Goldstream Fountain uses water that is recycled

The fountain uses 10,000 litres of water that are recycled through it

Ceremonial concrete pour to kick-off Colwood Corners’ new building construction

The first phase is expected to be complete in 2020

Victoria joins women’s largest soccer league in the world

EPIC seeks name suggestions for the new club

One in seven Vancouver Island residents don’t get a flu shot

Flu vaccines will be available for adults at local pharmacies or by a physician starting Oct. 8

Tent city holds a rally in front of Goldstream Park campground

The group and their supporters crossed the gate without any resistance from authorities

Royal Bay students get hands-on farm experience

Lohbrunner has given over 200 people in Langford a farm experience

Brookes Westshore IB School in Colwood opens its doors and cuts the ribbon

Co-founder Jerry Salvador dreamt up the idea of an IB school on the West Shore eight years ago

Belmont Secondary fire alarm pulled after gas smelled in school

The fire department determined the gas was coming from a sewage pipe as a result of renovations

Five former Shamrocks got the nod in the NLL draft

Three will be headed to Vancouver to play for the Warriors

Belmont Secondary fire alarm pulled after gas smelled in school

The fire department determined the gas was coming from a sewage pipe as a result of renovations

Tent city unsure where they will go after Oct. 1 deadline

The group relies on the help of supporters outside the campground to determine their next steps

Photo: Victoria Autism Speaks walk participants raise more than $4,500

Event at West Shore Parks and Recreation Centre raises funds and awareness for those with autism