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When Margaret Lucas and her colleagues finished dividing up the funds for grant applications last year, her phone started to ring.
Jesse Brown never gets tired of seeing the look on people’s faces when they walk through the gate of the Mason Street City Farm.
The only bid to construct the Pandora Avenue two-way bike lane project has come in higher than anticipated.
Mayor Lisa Helps can’t help but get excited about the thought of possibly having a playground built on the land outside the courthouse.
There’s still a few weeks to go before Craig Stoneman and his team launch into organized chaos.
In the basement of Victoria police headquarters is a room Sandrina Piano compares to a grocery store.
“It sure looks a lot different,” says a man as he peers through the fence surrounding the green space of the Victoria courthouse.
It's been nearly a year since the tiny body of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach.
Plans have been unveiled to transform the Turner Building back into a vibrant gathering place.
After working for the Metis Nation of B.C. (MNBC) for many years, Victoria Pruden felt like she was ready to take on a new challenge.
When Olav Krigolson was hiking the famous El Camino de Santiago trail in Spain, he was suddenly struck with an idea.
For Mike Webers and Mark Steer, there's nothing more thrilling than hopping on a boat and catching a bunch of salmon.
Colin Angus has a lot of adventurous stories to share.
This week marks an important milestone for the long-awaited project as shovels finally hit the ground for a splash park in Esquimalt.
Every day, sometimes twice a day, Jack Meredith jumps into the Gorge Waterway for a swim.
Sitting on board his newest electric passenger boat named Rose, Barry Hobbis is all smiles as he lifts up a portion of the floor.
When Mike Delamont thinks about filming his first comedy special at the Royal Theatre, he's swept with a wave of excitement and terror.
In the Bastion Square Parkade, Jake Guy stopped for a moment to listen to the musical sounds that filled the air.
“Are you going to come over and say hi?” asks a woman wearing yellow rubber boots, standing on the shore with two children.
Once a week, Bob Beckwith and his wife make the journey from their Fernwood home to the View Royal Casino and hit the slot machines.