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UVic professor offers free entrepreneurship training for youth

Program teaches youth to become ‘financially independent architects of their own future’

$5,000 scholarship awarded to Sidney student who has overcome adversity

Talented Isabella Gonzalez Kaminski wins Horatio Alger scholarship, seeks to contribute to society

Highlands landowners being called on to bash broom

Highlanders are being encouraged to cut the invasive plant

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Snow Day in Carnarvon Park
Robbie Burns Day at Craigdarroch Castle
What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?
Canadian Tire replaces stolen toys for Salvation Army

Students sail and study the Salish Sea

Floating classroom a partnership between Eagle Wing Tours, Royal BC Museum, SD61

Sidney Lent walk in solidarity with refugees planned for Sunday, March 10

Saanich Peninusla Parish welcome all to attend their Lent walk

Empowerment on the menu for annual International Women’s Day luncheon

Bridges for Women Society aims to inspire women impacted by abuse, violence and trauma

Victoria researcher links tail evolution of species separated by 300 million years

Weaponized tails of dinosaurs, extinct armadillo species connected by ‘convergent evolution’

Saturday’s Victoria walk raises funds for free cancer support

Half of Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime

St. Patrick’s Day folk festival fundraiser hits SHOAL Centre in Sidney

The Folk N Fiddle festival is holding a fundraising concert ahead of the Sidney event

Period Promise fills a bus for women in need

United Way doubles haul of tampons and pads in second annual ‘Fill the Bus’ event

Stolen hamburger returned to B.C. restaurant with side of shame

Misunderstanding leads to removal of sizable ornamental sandwich

More volunteers needed to aid seniors coming out of hospital

Seniors Serving Seniors recruits volunteers for its ‘Return to Health’ program

Greater Victoria Flower Count launches in Hatley Garden

The 44th annual competition to see which region has the greatest flower count is almost underway

West Shore Rotary Lobsterfest raises over $20,000 for memorial playground

Memorial park to honour West Shore RCMP officer killed in the line of duty

Once a dead art, blacksmithing is now back in fashion

People are being more aware that we live in a world of manufactured items

Sidney artist builds churches in China

Patrick Chu has been building churches on trips to China for 20 years

Study finds West Shore lacks standalone HIV-related services

Langford and Colwood scores ‘none’ in localized service for education and testing

B.C. First Nations youth ready to sing during International Women’s Day

Group requested to peform their song ‘Worthy’ during New Westminster event