Goldstream News Gazette

BC Supreme Court rules Highlands quarry work can continue

District bylaws won't apply until quarrying activities are complete

  • Jan 22, 2021

 

LETTER: New sewage plant won’t clean up after dogs

At long last, our new sewage treatment plant is up and running. Unfortunately, it won't address our newest sanitation problem: dogs.

  • Jan 22, 2021

 

LETTER: Oak Bay should enhance outdoor space

The situation we are currently experiencing has underlined many challenges and opportunities in our community. As we will continue to stay local, the lack of easily accessible outdoor public space, will continue to be a civic challenge.

  • Jan 22, 2021

 

RCMP investigating racist graffiti spotted off West Shore Parkway

Hateful vandalism is rare, says Langford bylaw enforcement

  • Jan 22, 2021

Beefs and Bouquets, Jan. 20

To submit a beef or a bouquet, email publisher@goldstreamgazette.com

  • Jan 21, 2021

Calls for changes, barriers at Goldstream Trestle after Langford teen’s death

Suicide barriers can save lives: expert weighs in

  • Jan 21, 2021

Up to 15 cm of snow forecast for Vancouver Island this weekend

Snow on Malahat to begin Saturday night, according to Environment Canada

  • Jan 21, 2021

Victoria Boys and Girls Club says youth would benefit from Metchosin land sale

Club says sale will guarantee supports and programs at time when demand high

  • Jan 21, 2021

Commercial/industrial development planned for former Galaxy Motors site

Colwood proposal goes to public hearing Jan. 25

Councillor steps down as deputy mayor of Metchosin after controversial trip to Mexico

Mayor hopeful mediation will help council get back to the business of community

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers wanted list for the week of Jan. 19

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers is seeking the public's help in locating the following individuals who were wanted as of Jan. 19, 2021.

  • Jan 20, 2021

LETTER: Developments consume Langford neighbourhoods

Langford's finally made the decision to make audio of regular council meeting available to the public. But not livestreaming. Budget restraints? I don't think so. There has been so much zoning and building done in this city, it stands to reason they have a huge budget, so why wait? Because they don't want us to know and see what is going on behind closed doors. They ignore everything the public puts forward at the meetings, anyway. The zoning and development get passed. Just give a listen.

  • Jan 20, 2021

Longtime farmer Colin Springford dies at age 75

'He will be deeply missed, always loved and never forgotten'

  • Jan 20, 2021

Provincial land conservancy lays out $600,000 for Highlands property

Anonymous donor helps buy purchased 11.1 hectares of Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem

School bus driver laments motorists who pass while red lights are flashing

All buses in Sooke School District outfitted with stop sign cameras

  • Jan 20, 2021

Search of Colwood home reveals stolen fish finder, drug trafficking evidence

West Shore RCMP suspect a 46-year-old woman is responsible

  • Jan 20, 2021

Driver crashes into parked car and home in View Royal, speeds away: RCMP

Incident took place near 200-block of Island Highway Monday night

  • Jan 19, 2021

LETTER: Bylaws shouldn’t be ignored

In regards to the story published Jan. 7 "Advocate makes case for backyard chickens," I would be curious to hear what our council members and bylaw officers have to say about Maclure's comments, such as the following:

  • Jan 19, 2021

Potential for snow in Greater Victoria after unusually wet December, January

Winter is on the way, says Environment and Climate Change Canada

Two people escape injury in Colwood house fire

Heatherly Road fire started on a covered porch