- Submit News Tip
- Cannabis 19+
- Coronavirus News
- 2020 B.C. Winter Games
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
As a music educator and school principal in the Greater Victoria School District (SD61) I had the privilege of working in an era (10 years ago) when music programs from K-12 were valued and supported as an integral component of our students' education. Our district was proud to be a leader, recognizing that stable music programs provide a multitude of benefits to our students, to our community, and to our society.
During mental health week, MP draws attention to support needed for those addicted to illicit drugs
Lorne Doerkson MLA column
I can't believe a permit to reopen Gib East Pit has been delayed again.
I recently encountered a lady who was struggling to breath through her mask in the drug store. I asked her if she was OK, to which she responded that she had terrible asthma and found it very hard to breath through a mask. I suggested that she not wear one. To which she replied, "It is so hard to cope when people are constantly telling her to 'Wear a mask!'"
Mom-and-pop shops will be challenged to pay the levy during hard times, says letter writer
'I'm planting three batches of corn, two weeks apart for a steady supply'
All ages and demographics are feeling the strain of the housing shortage, yet our governments continue to allow age-based discrimination by allowing buildings reserved for only those who are 55-plus.
"I've seen kids have to run from cars"
To the Editor,
India reported over 360,000 infections on Monday, May 3
The deadliest, most destructive war in human history should not become a metaphor
Shawnigan, you are truly blessed to have such helpers in your midst
Olga Bass of Agassiz reflects on a stranger's kind gesture
Do we want it to be a carbon spewing dinosaur the day it opens?
But in the face of COVID-19, doing nothing was not an option
Your monthly look at what's happening at municipal hall