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Chef cooks up special dinner free of charge for veterans

V2V Black Hops Brewing, a veteran-run company, will bring the beer

Victoria tattoo shop host Halloween walk-in fundraiser with new Get What You Get tattoo draw

Designs will be ‘small, spooky and kooky,’ says owner of Tattoo Zoo

Saanich retirement home welcomes youngsters for Halloween fun

Berwick House in Gordon Head to host annual two-day Great Pumpkin Walk

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Banding the tree to protect against Winter moth
History captured on Oak Bay hydro box
Christmas lights going up on Oak Bay Avenue
Classic 1967 Oak Bay ambulance for sale by owner

What you should know about the Goldstream salmon run this year

Salmon run is expected to hit peak numbers in mid-November

West Shore fire halls continue tradition of family friendly Halloween activities

Fireworks permits required in all West Shore municipalities

  • Oct 28, 2019

Fifty businesses ready for trick-or-treating on Oak Bay Avenue

Fire department hosts annual bonfire Halloween night

Weather balloon from California rescued near Campbell River

Search led rescuers to remote wilderness on Quadra Island

Trick-or-treat safely with BC Transit tips for Halloween night

Adults should plan ahead if they head out for a ‘spooktacular time’

Three young West Shore sisters sell paintings for veterans

They will hand-deliver your gift, their goal is $500

VIDEO: Greater Victoria’s top headlines of the weekend

From ferry cancellations to school strikes, here’s the news you missed this weekend

Esquimalt home’s spooky spectacle draws spectators for 13 years

Barb Stokes’ Halloween decor draws trick-or-treaters and fear-seekers alike

Poinsettia program at Victoria General aims to make children’s lab visits more positive

Hospital auxiliary also offers opportunity to be ‘Poinsettia Santa’

The pool is going to the dogs at West Shore Parks and Recreation

Take your pup for a swim on Nov. 10 at 7:30 or 8:15 p.m.

Book tells tale of how B.C. office fax led to U.S. con man

Island man spent a few years tracking down victims listed on faxes

PHOTOS: 20th Annual Japanese Cultural Festival in Esquimalt draws large crowds

The free event included demonstrations, food, performances, activities

Pedestrians in costume take to the streets for Wicked Victoria

Government Street between Humboldt and Yates streets becomes Boo Boulevard Sunday

Fort Rodd and Fisgard Lighthouse temporarily closed

Site closed Oct. 28, 29 for paving project clean-up

Best of the West Shore Awards winners announced

Annual event saw more than 40,000 votes from the community