Roszan Holmen

Possible redevelopment riles North Park area neighbours

St. Andrew’s proposal out of scale with community, residents say

COLUMN: Keep public safety info public

Information about Victoria's harbour airport should be in public domain

City of Victoria considers deeper budget cuts

Councillors mull the latest round of suggestions to help save $1.6 million

Victoria’s new rainwater utility offers rebates, appeal process

Rates differ for commercial, residential properties

Feeding nuisance animals off limits in Victoria

City council gives nod to ban that includes feeding birds downtown

Transport Canada slammed for lack of transparency

Victoria city council still waiting for work on harbour airport citizens’ committee

North Park farmer turns attention to fish

Mason Street operation in Victoria to hire low-income interns to learn aquaponics and food growth

Professional canvassing under review for downtown Victoria

Council revisiting bylaw in response to complaints about solicitations

Victoria rail station roof salvaged for future project

Harbour authority looks after demolition of 1980s-era station

Greater Victoria Public Library chair defends former CEO’s spending

Expenses charged by Barry Holmes being closely scrutinized

Life after politics: Denise Savoie

Retired Victoria MP talks about her health, her impressions of Ottawa and her future

Hula the perfect tune-up for Victoria tenor

Lavigne’s Christmas concert, Under the Mistletoe, takes place at the Royal Theatre Dec. 3

Victorians envision large trash needs

In January, residents will receive a new standardized trash container from the city, as well as a separate bin for kitchen scraps.

City upping charges for water, sewer

On average, homeowners will pay an additional $43 per year, businesses an additional $1,032.

PCL selected to build new Johnson Street Bridge

City of Victoria to enter into negotiations with contractor

Volunteers key to evacuee assistance in Victoria

Emergency containers hold short-term supplies to keep people safe and warm

Brain injury clinic hosts annual gala event

Sports injuries, greater awareness of concussions has lead to waitlist for patients

Victorians asked to pledge a cold night

Twenty-four hours seems like a long time to go without home heating, but it’s a small inconvenience compared to night on the street.

Housing money reinstated by Victoria council

Despite city cash crunch, council sees affordable housing as key commitment

Community backs booze at the Roxy

But city council stalls on granting theatre necessary approval