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Nearly 10 years ago, Victoria police Det. Sgt. Derek Tolmie received a concerning phone call from the family of an 85-year-old grandmother.
The 51-unit transitional housing facility at the former Super 8 hotel is ready to open its doors.
Victoria city council has agreed to stick to its $215,000 budget to construct a public washroom next to Centennial Square by the summer.
Council still exploring options to regulate the rentals
Overlooking the City of Jerusalem, Jared Miller could hear shrieks and howls in the wind, along with a rustling that sounded like whispers.
The crime rate in Victoria continues to rise, but the city's top cop maintains the community is still a safe place to live.
A new documentary series on the province's only First Nations police force is about to be unveiled.
External police investigation has taken well over a year
The City has started notifying those refusing to remove their abandoned and illegally moored boats that it will be taking them to court.
It's an alarming trend that first caught the attention of Victoria deputy fire chief Daniel Atkinson in 2013.
The halls of the Victoria Conservatory of Music (VCM) have been buzzing with more excitement than usual the last few weeks.
Selecting the new explosives detection dog for the Victoria Police Service was an easy decision for Sgt. Mike Chicorelli.
Councillors say plan isn't perfect but it's better than the old one
Maria Manna can feel music inside the walls of Hermann’s Jazz Club even when there’s no music playing.
It’s not official quite yet. They’ve applied for the necessary licences, got all equipment and provided their plans to open a brewery.
Fares start at $120 for premium seats and top out at $240
As a kid growing up in Ontario, Kyle wanted to either be a cop or a pilot some day. He never rooted for the bad guy.
Marg Gardiner knew that her James Bay neighbourhood would take a big hit when it comes to the proposed wastewater treatment plant.
Stepping on stage as the Queen of the Night in Mozart's The Magic Flute is a role that's been on Sharleen Joynt bucket's list for years.
As the city's hot housing market shows no signs of cooling any time soon, 'renovictions' is a term residents are becoming familiar with.