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Rethinking Amalgamation forum to take place at Camosun Lansdowne campus

Rethinking Amalgamation forum at Camosun College’s Lansdowne campus Thursday night (Sept. 17).

Welcome home to art gallery tour

Art lovers open their homes, host artists in annual fundraiser

Expo takes mystery out of art at Cedar Hill Rec Centre

Fall for the Arts takes place Sept. 13, put on by Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria and open to all artists

Cook Street shutdown irks commuters, locals enjoy traffic reprieve

Six-month $4.8 million project includes sidewalks, new roadways and underground piping

Mapping the past with an eye on the future

Indigenous mapping workshop aims to link First Nations territories with traditional names, history

Students may be able to move into new high school early

Oak Bay High reno ahead of schedule

Debut release a triumph over mental health battle

Singer-songwriter showcases new work at Lacey-Lou Tapas Lounge

Tall Tree music festival returns to Vancouver Island, bigger and better

Festival goers can expect showers, better drinking water system and great music line-up at Browns Mountain near Port Renfrew

Margaret Jenkins elementary celebrates a century this week in Victoria

Group of 60 Margaret Jenkins students create a bilingual graphic novella on Jenkin's life and influence on Victoria

HomeFinder: Unique homes require unique buyers

Basil Oldfield’s historic home among the region’s most off-beat

Steve Martin goes country at Royal Theatre

Comic legend in Nanaimo and Victoria May 11-12 for two nights of music and comedy

HOMEFINDER: Mortgage products discontinued

National lender tightens its insurance regulations

HOMEFINDER: Is your dream home a green home?

Trendy and sensible, energy efficiency has never been more valuable

Selkirk Montessori begins $1.6M expansion

Urban school builds up to fulfill space needs with two-storey addition

HomeFinder: Float into an easy coastal lifestyle

Float home life accessible, social and a little romantic

Saanich school district cancels recess in response to teachers’ strike

The cancellation equates to a school day shortened by 15 minutes for students

Teachers begin job action

Teachers across the province began job action, targeting administrative duties

Concerts, talks celebrate Greater Victoria’s black history

Diverse lineup of culture planned for Black History Month

Youth artists join Brush Up crew

Sixteen-year-old Oak Bay resident brings variety of styles, mediums to annual creekside art show

New cancer centre sees added boost from community

Lay navigators key component to Patient and Family Care Facility