Charla Huber

Explore what NGOs can do for Metchosin in the event of disaster

Tuesday meeting will see organizations introduced to public

More affordable homes for Langford families

M’akola Housing Society to rent 36 new units on Goldstream Avenue

Aboriginal Day celebration a first for Langford

National day spotlights First Nations culture, people

Juried art show on exhibit at Colwood gallery

Federation of Canadian Artists hosts spring show at Coast Collective

A messy Mardi-Gras for the family

Get ready to boogie down for the family friendly Mardi-Gras celebration at The Great Purple Dance Party at Gordon United Church in Langford.

Langford staff shines bright in Pink Shirts

City of Langford staff were sporting shirts in the office and out in the community today to support anti-bully day, Feb. 26.

Cabaret concert explores 60 years of history

Belmont students are gearing up for the final cabaret to ever be performed at the secondary school on Jacklin Road.

Langford teen tumbles into Winter Games

Spencer middle school student Tyler Chequer is gearing up to compete in the B.C. Winter Games and the B.C. Championships.

Armed robbery at Langford Mac’s

An employee gave into demands of two men with knives while working the graveyard shift at a Langford convenience store, Feb. 13.

Father’s battle with cancer drives daughter’s relay effort

West Shore Relay for Life seeks early bird entries

Belmont volleyball trio stays united at Camosun

Three seniors from Belmont secondary school have become a triple-threat for Camosun College.

Metchosin aims to restrict medical marijuana grow-op ‘bunkers’

Farmland poor use for indoor marijuana facilities, say Metchosin councillors

A rare look at a young cougar

Montessori students in Metchosin view dissection for education on wildlife

Kindergarten drives worry for parents

Development level remains a big question as tots transition to school

Heartbreak for family forced to surrender cat

A Langford family is learning a hard lesson that the SPCA won’t return pets that have been surrendered due to injury or illness.

Transit coming up short on West Shore

Colwood man relocating to Victoria due to thin bus service to Triangle Mountain

Jeneece Place turns 2 and Jeneece Edroff turns 20

The house was packed with families, donors and staff all grateful for the services offered at the View Royal facility.

Juan de Fuca curlers bound for national ’spiel

Provincial win scores foursome from Juan de Fuca and Victoria curling clubs a berth at nationals

Teen girl grabbed in Langford

A 15-year-old female was grabbed by an unknown male on Arngask Ave. in Langford while walking home.

Break and enter at Metchosin Home

A Metchosin home under construction was broken into Dec. 28. Nothing was stolen but all of the electrical wiring and plumbing were cut.