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Willows students give council run for their money

Grade 5 students re-envision busy Oak Bay traffic corridor

VIDEO: 2 young B.C. pals spearhead autism awareness campaign

Two boys with autism spearhead campaign at Langley’s Dorothy Peacock Elementary

Slideshow: Oak Bay stands #HumboldtStrong

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  • Apr 12th, 2018
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Oak Bay Volunteer Services recognizes volunteers
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Oak Bay High Grad Block Party 2018

‘It’s past a nightmare:’ Father of Humboldt crash survivor recalls carnage

A bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team crashed into a truck en route to Nipawin for a game Friday night killing 15

ArtsAlive installations start popping up in Oak Bay

ArtsAlive 2018 officially launches with artwork and pianos in place by June

Our Place looks to create new therapeutic recovery community in View Royal

Rezoning still needed for former site of Choices Transitional Housing

Vic High cuts the ribbon on city’s first learning school farm

School garden, now 5,000 sq. ft, a partnership with Farm to School BC and Mason Street Farms

Judge says anti-pipeline protesters, including Elizabeth May, should face criminal contempt charges

Green Party of Canada leader and others appear in B.C. Supreme Court after arrests three weeks ago

Victoria harpist celebrates 1 million YouTube views with a concert in Saanich

The concert is at St. Luke’s Church on April 15 at 2:30 p.m.

  • Apr 7th, 2018

Construction site hoarding in Oak Bay transformed into student art gallery

École Willows students unveil art at Cadboro Bay intersection

Young scientists vie for spot in national science fair

Vancouver Island Regional Science Fair wraps today with winners heading to Ottawa next month

B.C. hockey chaplain helps community grieve after Humboldt Broncos’ bus crash

Danny Stebeck ‘can’t imagine’ if the call had come that Vancouver Giants players were hurt

Best videos of the week ending April 6

A look at some of the best video stories from the past week ending April 6, 2018

Vancouver hockey fans bid fond farewell to Sedin twins

Endless class and mind-bending goals — what fans will miss the most about Daniel and Henrik Sedin.

Sharing truth with art at inquiry into missing, murdered Indigenous women

Archivist curating dozens of paintings, poems and other artwork contributed during national inquiry

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline will go through

Prime Minister tells British Columbians that Canada is building a strong economy and being responsible to the environment

Final leg of national missing women inquiry begins in B.C.

More than 100 people set to speak over five days at Richmond hotel

Anacortes ferry returns for another season on the Sidney run

Sidney Sister Cities Association welcomes U.S. neighbours in annual event