Brittany Lee

Love, life, and rock ‘n’ roll grace the stage at the Royal

Get ready to be inspired, entertained, and moved by Ballet Victoria.

Pedalling for pediatric cancer cure

Matt Rutherford couldn’t be more honoured to be a rider on this year’s Tour de Rock team, an organization that he’s admired since childhood.

Weekend lunch program fills a need at Our Place

Society sees gradual increase in usage one month into project

Providing warm, dry places to sleep in Victoria

As nasty weather hits Greater Victoria, the Extreme Weather Protocol lends a housing hand to the region's homeless

Health-care premium hike hits B.C. taxpayers

Increases in Medical Services Premium, Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Plan on menu for 2013

Oyez, Oyez, Oyez; town crier flaunts new duds

Kenny Podmore is delivering a message in his new regalia. 'It’s definitely authentic,' he says

‘Flower lady’ embodies community spirit

At 90, the woman who started Victoria’s famed flower count still beautifying city

ALS walk helps Saanich family heal

For Shanna Juszko, the hardest part about losing her mother is not being able to hear her voice.

Canadian College of Performing Arts proposes permanent Oak Bay location

Greater Victoria performing arts school has outgrown its home in St. Mary’s Church

Gender neutral washrooms flush away discrimination

Men, women, transgendered – its all the same for washroom privileges at the University of Victoria Student Union Building.

Marking a connection

Mosaics along Bowker Creek to help educate and engage community

Uptown unveils plaza, centerpiece fountain

The town plaza at Uptown is now officially open to the public.

Greek Fest widens scope

Greek food abounds, but event now a folk celebration

Unique building process applied to Oak Bay High project

Variances for height and parking get go-ahead

New features help protect Uplands Park

Oak Bay council approves bike racks and information kiosk

Oak Bay reveals Henderson expansion plan

Construction slated to start this fall on recreation centre

Summer camp creates cooks in Windsor Park

Thrifty Foods Young Chef Camp helps kids learn healthy ways

Fitness in the front yard at Langford home

Melanie Leeder’s driveway is covered in chalk-drawn arrows and plastic cones, a maze of wooden stakes and yellow police tape.

Bringing the past to life through music

Local composer Tobin Stokes keeps busy in his Oak Bay studio

A new home for art in Metchosin

Collaborative effort of the school district and municipality finally opens.