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Syrian refugees moving on from Langford hotel

Most temporarily housed families on West Shore now into permanent housing

Beach party set for Colwood

Band of Rascals headlines free concert at Esquimalt Lagoon

West Shore RCMP spokesperson Const. Alex Berube speaks to the media about an ongoing manhunt in the West Shore.

Link between West Shore manhunt and Sooke shootings ‘likely’

West Shore RCMP asking public living near manhunt to stay indoors

West Shore RCMP spokesperson Const. Alex Berube speaks to the media about an ongoing manhunt in the West Shore.

Less dusty days ahead in Colwood

Colwood pushes forward on new bylaw aimed at limiting dust from developments

Colwood Mayor Carol Hamilton and Russell Tibbles, president of Royal Bay Community Limited Partnership, are all smiles at the groundbreaking ceremony for the massive, multi-faceted development. A number of homes have already been completed on the former gravel pit site, which also includes Royal Bay secondary.

HOMEFINDER: Brand new amenities coming to Royal Bay

The next phase of Colwood’s newest seaside community is almost here

Colwood Mayor Carol Hamilton and Russell Tibbles, president of Royal Bay Community Limited Partnership, are all smiles at the groundbreaking ceremony for the massive, multi-faceted development. A number of homes have already been completed on the former gravel pit site, which also includes Royal Bay secondary.
Quarterback Scott Borden Jr., on hand at Saunders Subaru for national signing day, the first day in which players can sign with a Canadian Junior Football League club, will suit up this season with the Westshore Rebels. Borden joined the team from Halifax and looks forward to his new team’s season opener July 24 against the Langley Rams at Westhills Stadium.

Junior football Rebels ready for new expectations in Langford

Key additions lead the team on and off the field on the West Shore

Quarterback Scott Borden Jr., on hand at Saunders Subaru for national signing day, the first day in which players can sign with a Canadian Junior Football League club, will suit up this season with the Westshore Rebels. Borden joined the team from Halifax and looks forward to his new team’s season opener July 24 against the Langley Rams at Westhills Stadium.
Operation Trackshoes athlete Jordyn Skidmore-Travers, 7, and event counsellor Kessa Beddington walk along the track at Royal Bay secondary.

Langford volunteer calls Operation Trackshoes an ‘amazing opportunity’

Upcoming weekend on the UVic track will provide an unforgettable experience for all

Operation Trackshoes athlete Jordyn Skidmore-Travers, 7, and event counsellor Kessa Beddington walk along the track at Royal Bay secondary.
Fifteen-year-old musicians Brooke Harel, left, and Kigen Martin will be among dozens of student performers at Belmont's first year-end concert held at the new school on Thursday, June 9, starting at 7 p.m.

Practice makes progress for Belmont bands

High school performers' first year-end concert at new high school set for Thursday

Fifteen-year-old musicians Brooke Harel, left, and Kigen Martin will be among dozens of student performers at Belmont's first year-end concert held at the new school on Thursday, June 9, starting at 7 p.m.

Highlighting accessibility on the West Shore

IACDI welcomes annual picnic to Metchosin Community House

From left: Actor Statia Beninger, production class teacher Blake Brown and actor Louisa Demello-Paranhos are part of the production class bringing Belmont Night Live to the Belmont Theatre June 2.

Belmont’s production class is ready for a show

Lights, camera, action. Langford students film their own talk show

From left: Actor Statia Beninger, production class teacher Blake Brown and actor Louisa Demello-Paranhos are part of the production class bringing Belmont Night Live to the Belmont Theatre June 2.

West Shore Vision 2016 gala goes this Thursday

West Shore mayors are ready for your questions at special gala event

Committee targets accessibility expansion to help reduce transit waits

Colwood could see more accessible bus stops in the future

Art work from Glow Arts gallery’s Ebb & Flow, an exhibition celebrating the ocean, on display from now through July 13.

Art lovers can get their Glow on in Metchosin

West Shore gallery supports local artists with nautical show

Art work from Glow Arts gallery’s Ebb & Flow, an exhibition celebrating the ocean, on display from now through July 13.
West Shore RCMP Cpl. Bryson Hill, left, and View Royal bylaw officer Enzo Calla unload business-oriented dress clothes being donated to residents of the Choices Transitional Home in View Royal.

Dressing for success in View Royal

Transitional home residents given expanded wardrobe

West Shore RCMP Cpl. Bryson Hill, left, and View Royal bylaw officer Enzo Calla unload business-oriented dress clothes being donated to residents of the Choices Transitional Home in View Royal.
The Four Seasons Musical Theatres production of The Little Mermaid features Jay O’Connell as Prince Eric and Angelina Robertson  as Ariel.

Theatre company looks to become part of your world

Four Seasons production offers a new take on an old story

The Four Seasons Musical Theatres production of The Little Mermaid features Jay O’Connell as Prince Eric and Angelina Robertson  as Ariel.
Don McCormick, business development manager at Maxxam Insurance on Goldstream Avenue, said homeowners and tenants alike need to take a keen interest in their home or tenants insurance to protect themselves from the unexpected.

HOMEFINDER: Residential insurance needs vary from home to home

Insurance brokers can help design an appropriate policy for whatever your specific needs

Don McCormick, business development manager at Maxxam Insurance on Goldstream Avenue, said homeowners and tenants alike need to take a keen interest in their home or tenants insurance to protect themselves from the unexpected.

Cost-effective stairway solution found for Witty’s ramp

Stairs to popular regional park in Metchosin to be replaced

After public outcry over walls such as the one on Latoria Road, pictured above, builders in Colwood will now require a permit to construct retaining walls higher than 1.2 metres or roughly four feet.

Colwood builds new retaining wall restrictions

Four-foot walls to be the limit unless variance granted

After public outcry over walls such as the one on Latoria Road, pictured above, builders in Colwood will now require a permit to construct retaining walls higher than 1.2 metres or roughly four feet.
Youth have few options when they seek to find alternative housing solutions, but there are some out there.

Youth in Crisis: Part 3

While little money is available to help youth homelessness, some advocates hold out hope for solutions

Youth have few options when they seek to find alternative housing solutions, but there are some out there.

Calls for West Shore RCMP service on the rise

Local detachment handled over 19,000 calls in 2015