Local Business

Van Isle Jewellers closing its doors

Untimely death of owner followed string of financially tough years

Celebrate Christmas with Sinatra in song

Dane Warren and his jazz trio bring Sinatra to the Dave Dunnet Community Theatre on Dec. 15

  • Nov 14th, 2017

Victoria tech park-based firm helping students plan their futures

Chatter High was recently named EdTEch Partner of the Year at a national education summit

Businesses say shop local this week

Think Local Week highlights local business ahead of Black Friday

Royal Roads University acknowledged as change makers

International network welcomes Colwood university into the fold

  • Nov 12th, 2017
Oak Bay Beach Hotel turns 5
    Oak Bay Studios scores Against the Grain
      Ajna celebrates 5 years
        Just Matcha

          Axe and Barrel split up for sale

          Owner focused on major development in Lake Cowichan

          • Nov 10th, 2017

          Gordies Music preparing to play its final tune in Victoria

          Vintage guitar and vinyl shop closing the doors after 20 years in business

          Potential list of Belmont Market tenants released

          No building permits issued by City of Langford for site

          • Nov 6th, 2017

          Elements Casino Victoria supporting local economy

          Great Canadian Gaming Corporation looking to fill over 100 positions

          Big Brother runner-up, Karen Singbeil, buys longest-running business in Oak Bay.

          Willows Park Grocery, operating since 1912, has been bought by Karen Singbeil, of Big Brother fame.

          B.C. minister warned salmon farm not to restock

          Letter to Marine Harvest not a threat, Lana Popham says

          Canada’s Supreme Court to hear from small B.C. wineries

          Okanagan wineries granted intervener status in monumental case

          A pillar of the Oak Bay business community retires

          After the sale of Athlone Travel, Elizabeth Smith, a pillar of the Oak Bay business community, is stepping into retirement

          Victoria seeking climate costs from fossil fuel industry

          City councillors approved of sending a letter asking oil companies including Exxon, Chevron and Shell, to pay their share of the city’s climate costs.

          Ajna Yoga celebrates five years with free yoga

          Therapeutic yoga college and studio opens doors Oct. 18

          • Oct 13th, 2017

          Victoria entrepreneurs can pitch ideas to tech giants

          BC Innovation Council tour connects local tech to business opportunities

          Just Matcha marks four years in Oak Bay

          Second location in Victoria nearly two years old

          Victoria tourism operators up for national awards

          Eco-tour, ferry companies, beer marketing plan all finalists

          • Oct 7th, 2017