Victoria News Staff

VicPD has released a photo of the suspect in a weekend stabbing on Pandora Avenue. (VicPD)

Victoria police issue photo of suspect in weekend stabbing on Pandora Avenue

Victim left with non-life-threatening injuries

VicPD has released a photo of the suspect in a weekend stabbing on Pandora Avenue. (VicPD)
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POLL: Do you think non-essential travel should be restricted to and from Vancouver Island?

Cases of COVID-19 continue to climb across Vancouver Island, with travel to…

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An electric vehicle charges at one of six new charging station on Broad Street, in downtown Victoria. (Courtesy of the City of Victoria)

Six new EV stations leading the charge on renewable energy in Victoria

Broad Street plugs into new electric vehicle charging stations

An electric vehicle charges at one of six new charging station on Broad Street, in downtown Victoria. (Courtesy of the City of Victoria)
Anyone with information on any of these individuals is asked to call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or visit the website victoriacrimestoppers.ca for more information.

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers wanted list for the week of Nov. 17

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help in locating the…

Anyone with information on any of these individuals is asked to call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or visit the website victoriacrimestoppers.ca for more information.
The City of Victoria announced the official opening of Agamemnon and Eleni Kasapi Park in the South Jubilee neighbourhood on Nov. 18. (Courtesy of Jeremy Loveday)

Purchase of South Jubilee park funds new UVic scholarships

Victoria residents have a new park and UVic has two new scholarships

The City of Victoria announced the official opening of Agamemnon and Eleni Kasapi Park in the South Jubilee neighbourhood on Nov. 18. (Courtesy of Jeremy Loveday)
The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has added the Nov. 15 WestJet flight 195 from Calgary to Victoria to its COVID-19 exposure list. (Black Press Media file photo)

New COVID-19 exposure on WestJet flight from Calgary to Victoria

The BCCDC has added the Nov. 15 WestJet flight 195 to its exposure list

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has added the Nov. 15 WestJet flight 195 from Calgary to Victoria to its COVID-19 exposure list. (Black Press Media file photo)
Victoria has the fourth most expensive rental market, according to PadMapper’s November 2020 rent report. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)

Cost to rent a Victoria two bedroom up 15 per cent from 2019

PadMapper’s latest rent report shows Victoria prices continue to soar

Victoria has the fourth most expensive rental market, according to PadMapper’s November 2020 rent report. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)
One person is in custody after police responded to reports of a business’s window being smashed on Tuesday afternoon. (Black Press Media file photo)
Victoria police are asking for people’s help identifying the suspect of a sexual assault that occurred early Oct. 29. (Black Press Media file photo)

One in custody after window smashed in downtown Victoria

Police find suspect in Centennial Square washroom

One person is in custody after police responded to reports of a business’s window being smashed on Tuesday afternoon. (Black Press Media file photo)
Victoria police are asking for people’s help identifying the suspect of a sexual assault that occurred early Oct. 29. (Black Press Media file photo)
Victoria police are responding to a crash at Douglas Street and Frances Avenue. (Black Press File)

TRAFFIC: Crash on Douglas Street next to Mayfair mall delaying traffic

Victoria police officers are responding to a crash at Douglas Street and Frances Avenue

Victoria police are responding to a crash at Douglas Street and Frances Avenue. (Black Press File)
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Contact tracing now mandatory at Vancouver Island campgrounds, RV parks

As of Nov. 13, owners must collect information from each patron

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Dr. Omar Ahmad, Island Health Department Head of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (left to right), Avery Brohman, Island Health Executive Director, and Joe O’Rourke, Seaspan Victoria Shipyards Vice President and General Manager, receive a $2.65 million donation toward the Its Critical campaign. (Victoria Hospitals Foundation)

It’s Critical hospital campaign gets $2.65M donation to advance Victoria critical care

Seaspan Victoria Shipyards, Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation get campaign close to $7M goal

Dr. Omar Ahmad, Island Health Department Head of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (left to right), Avery Brohman, Island Health Executive Director, and Joe O’Rourke, Seaspan Victoria Shipyards Vice President and General Manager, receive a $2.65 million donation toward the Its Critical campaign. (Victoria Hospitals Foundation)
Used.ca launched its new Handmade Market section on Nov. 12 in hopes of supporting more local people and businesses through the holiday season. (Black Press Media news staff)

Used Victoria launches new section for handmade goods

The company hopes to encourage more local shopping this holiday season

Used.ca launched its new Handmade Market section on Nov. 12 in hopes of supporting more local people and businesses through the holiday season. (Black Press Media news staff)
A windy forecast has cancelled some BC Ferries sailings Tuesday morning. (Black Press Media File)

UPDATE: Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen sailings expected to resume Tuesday evening

The 3 p.m. sailing should depart at 4:30 p.m.

A windy forecast has cancelled some BC Ferries sailings Tuesday morning. (Black Press Media File)
Adam Corneil sparked the attention of all six Dragons’ Den judges after pitching his deconstruction business. (Screenshot from Dragon’s Den Oct. 29, 2020 episode)

B.C. deconstruction company ignites Dragons’ Den interest

Unbuilders deconstructs and salvages old buildings instead of sending them to landfill

Adam Corneil sparked the attention of all six Dragons’ Den judges after pitching his deconstruction business. (Screenshot from Dragon’s Den Oct. 29, 2020 episode)
Victoria police are searching for a suspect after a man was stabbed, and left with potentially life-threatening injuries. (File Photo)

Victoria police seek suspect in weekend stabbing on Pandora Avenue

Victim remains in hospital following the Sunday night stabbing

Victoria police are searching for a suspect after a man was stabbed, and left with potentially life-threatening injuries. (File Photo)
Police located a loaded .45 calibre handgun in a hidden compartment of a vehicle earlier this month. (VicPD)

Six Mainland residents face charges after months-long drug trafficking investigation

Same investigation located 90 per cent concentrated fentanyl earlier this month

Police located a loaded .45 calibre handgun in a hidden compartment of a vehicle earlier this month. (VicPD)
A wind warning has been issued for Greater Victoria for Tuesday morning. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

Strong winds expected to hit Greater Victoria on Tuesday

Environment Canada warns of gusts up to 70 km/h

A wind warning has been issued for Greater Victoria for Tuesday morning. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)
The Better Business Bureau is recommending that businesses ramp up their COVID-friendly shopping options now to prepare for the holiday season. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Time to ramp up COVID-friendly shopping: Better Business Bureau

If businesses want to be successful this holiday season they need to act now, says BBB

The Better Business Bureau is recommending that businesses ramp up their COVID-friendly shopping options now to prepare for the holiday season. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
The winner of last year’s Esquimalt tree decorating contest, Operation Christmas Child. (Courtesy Township of Esquimalt)

Esquimalt tree decorating contest lights up online this holiday season

Businesses, non-profits can submit photos for the People’s Choice award

The winner of last year’s Esquimalt tree decorating contest, Operation Christmas Child. (Courtesy Township of Esquimalt)
The Royal BC Museum has released a book about the history of the Tod Inlet. (Sarah Verstegen)

New book tells history of Tod Inlet

Deep and Sheltered Waters is written by researcher, writer and filmmaker David R. Gray

The Royal BC Museum has released a book about the history of the Tod Inlet. (Sarah Verstegen)