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Spencer middle school student Cassidy Scott is eating again after enduring a time where her stomach couldn’t process food, a symptom of Guillain Barré syndrome.

Langford resident battles GBS

Fourteen-year-old Spencer student fighting battle with rare syndrome

Spencer middle school student Cassidy Scott is eating again after enduring a time where her stomach couldn’t process food, a symptom of Guillain Barré syndrome.
Subsidized housing spaces for youth are tough enough to find, let alone being able to afford market rental housing

YOUTH IN CRISIS: Part 2

Not knowing where you’re sleeping from one night to the next leaves many young people anxious

Subsidized housing spaces for youth are tough enough to find, let alone being able to afford market rental housing
Youth are the fastest-growing segment of the homeless population, with couch surfing and sleeping rough increasingly becoming a concern. Youth advocates on the fast-growing West Shore believe this area is in dire need of facilities to help such youth.

YOUTH IN CRISIS: Part 1

Homelessness among young people continues to be a challenge across Greater Victoria and the West Shore

Youth are the fastest-growing segment of the homeless population, with couch surfing and sleeping rough increasingly becoming a concern. Youth advocates on the fast-growing West Shore believe this area is in dire need of facilities to help such youth.
The members of Malahat pose for a group photo.

Hitting the road with Malahat

West Shore band makes huge strides in their first year

The members of Malahat pose for a group photo.

Young Shamrocks on losing end of weekend home games

But intermediate 'Rocks rebound with Sunday victory in Richmond

Getting started on increased services

Fundraising continues for new building for Pacific Centre Family Services Association

Charlie Kraut will be one of the pianists performing at Duelling Pianos at the Teechamitsa Theatre on Saturday.

Head to head on the ivories


Performers bring Vegas-style show to Colwood

Charlie Kraut will be one of the pianists performing at Duelling Pianos at the Teechamitsa Theatre on Saturday.
Royal Bay secondary school students Luke James (left) and Cheyenne Ferguson take on the leads for Nice Work If You Can Get It, playing five days between April 28 through May 6 at the Teechamitsa Theatre.

Royal Bay theatre students perform with purpose

Nice Work if You Can Get It opens April 28 at the Teechamitsa Theatre

Royal Bay secondary school students Luke James (left) and Cheyenne Ferguson take on the leads for Nice Work If You Can Get It, playing five days between April 28 through May 6 at the Teechamitsa Theatre.

Colwood residents consider sewer hookup

Property owners’ opinions, stated or not, will determine whether all will hook up to new line or none

Colwood adopts new business licence plan

City moving to new one-time fee licenses instead of renewals

Rope jumpers, including Royal Bay student Paige Stewart (left), find their form during a competition. Royal Bay secondary is hosting the B.C. Jump Rope Championships this weekend, with young athletes entered in various categories.

Young athletes will be hopping in Colwood

Locals jump rope their way into the provincials at Royal Bay

Rope jumpers, including Royal Bay student Paige Stewart (left), find their form during a competition. Royal Bay secondary is hosting the B.C. Jump Rope Championships this weekend, with young athletes entered in various categories.
Mounties march in honour of fallen RCMP Officer, Cst. Sarah Beckett along the Island Highway. The memorial featured thousands of first responders walking along the highway from Wilfert Road to to the Q Centre in Colwood.

Photo Gallery: Emotional scene in Colwood

Celebration of life for fallen RCMP officer Sarah Beckett fills the street

Mounties march in honour of fallen RCMP Officer, Cst. Sarah Beckett along the Island Highway. The memorial featured thousands of first responders walking along the highway from Wilfert Road to to the Q Centre in Colwood.
Decks built using eco-friendly alternative wood products such as Micro-Pro Sienna are becoming more common, say the folks at Slegg Building Materials.

HOMEFINDER: Building materials make their mark on the environment

Eco-friendly wood products beginning to take hold in market

Decks built using eco-friendly alternative wood products such as Micro-Pro Sienna are becoming more common, say the folks at Slegg Building Materials.

Bus ticket changes in effect

West Shore riders will have new passes to get around the region with

Fourteen-year-old archer Claire Halliwell takes aim at the Victoria Bowmen outdoor archery range in View Royal. The Langford resident recently won a silver medal at the 2016 Regional Indoor Championship.

Local archer making great strides in short order

Langford teen garners silver medal at national competition

Fourteen-year-old archer Claire Halliwell takes aim at the Victoria Bowmen outdoor archery range in View Royal. The Langford resident recently won a silver medal at the 2016 Regional Indoor Championship.
Attractive landscaping can go a long way in adding curb appeal to a home and making it more enticing to potential buyers.

HOMEFINDER: Putting a little spring in your home’s step

Sprucing up exteriors and gardens can help maximize buyer interest

Attractive landscaping can go a long way in adding curb appeal to a home and making it more enticing to potential buyers.

West Shore accommodating Syrian refugees

Parks and Recreation, public library provide services for hotel-bound immigrants

A neighbour-hood is taking shape in the Royal Bay development in Colwood.

Ospreys, sparrow hawks and kestrels in Colwood, oh my!

New streets and signs coming soon for Royal Bay development

A neighbour-hood is taking shape in the Royal Bay development in Colwood.
Former military member Adam Cyr, left, Mike Seinen and Shannon Thacyk train on rowing machines at the Crossfit Stasis gym in Colwood. Cyr and Seinen will compete at the Invictus Games in May.

Strong, proud, ready for new challenges

Injured former Canadian military members training in Colwood for international competition

Former military member Adam Cyr, left, Mike Seinen and Shannon Thacyk train on rowing machines at the Crossfit Stasis gym in Colwood. Cyr and Seinen will compete at the Invictus Games in May.

Nipping it in the bud in Colwood

Proposed Colwood bylaw prevents marijuana sales, City seeks public feedback