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No outlandish requests for royal couple's stay at Government House
Burnside Gorge the first of 10 new community plans
Wood-based structure contains 887 objects from 77 communities across Canada
Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps already has visions for much more
Jonathan Wilkinson had been keeping a close eye on what a panel of experts would ultimately recommend when it comes to sewage treatment.
It’s been nearly two months since the province opened the doors of the former Central Care Home to house the city’s homeless.
Once a week, Victoria chef Dan Hayes puts on a tweed ensemble, grabs his shotgun and heads out to a local farm in search of animals.
When Nick Cheong looks at the vessel that was towed to Victoria last spring, he sees a blank canvas that needs a lot of work.
It’s a plan Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps calls radically exciting and awesome.
After watching a few online videos that were shot using a drone, Carlos Miranda’s eyes were opened to a whole new world.
Esquimalt councillor calls McLoughlin recommendation "complete insanity"
It's not the record-breaking year Kathleen Gilbert had hoped for, but Victoria's film industry is still going strong.
A 53-year-old Victoria man is facing 26 charges in connection with a string of break and enters at a number of businesses in James Bay.
Jerry Underdown knew the day would eventually come.
“Seven-twenty we're ready to depart,” says Capt. Sean Morris as he fires up the engine of Helijet's Sikorsky S76 helicopter.
Skimming devices found in three different locations
One year ago, a crowd gathered across from Topaz Park to mark the beginning of a new chapter in Jewish life on Vancouver Island.
After eight days, city crews were able to finally remove a five-foot long snake from a pipe at Quadra Street and Balmoral Road.
Independent group hopes to faciiitate breakaway of Langford and Colwood from CRD project
The former St. Andrew's School on Pandora Avenue is in the midst of being torn down in order to make way for a new $70-million development.