Oak Bay News

Oak Bay Police checking-in with community survey

Survey online until Sept. 25

 

Pandemic reunites 2000s era Victoria rock band The Origin

Saanich musicians recording for first time since 2008

 

Patrick brothers who shaped modern hockey also tried, but failed, to remove violence

New history thesis shows efforts to sell a "clean game" in Oak Bay

 

Vandal spray-paints ‘kill cops’ in Oak Bay

New police chief disappointed

  • Sep 18, 2020

Greater Victoria police warn of low visibility on roads due to wildfire smoke, fog

Watch for other road users, ensure headlights work, police say

  • Sep 17, 2020

Oak Bay police seek suspect who broke into liquor store on Cadboro Bay Road

The incident happened at 2:50 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17

  • Sep 17, 2020

Low-hanging cable line hit on Mitchell Street

Line likely struck by a truck driver

Murray Rankin eyes Oak Bay Gordon Head nomination

Former MP looking ahead to next provincial election

Unruly drivers in construction zones plague Oak Bay

Oak Bay police enforcing school zones

Driver damages four other cars while parking on Oak Bay Avenue

Man's license will be reviewed by Motor Vehicle Branch

  • Sep 14, 2020

Former Victoria busker returns home with first album

Jeff Bryant performed as a human statue

New principal leads COVID-19 school year at Oak Bay High

Small cohorts, masks and sanitizer mark start of school

Uber expected in Victoria by early winter

Ride-sharing agency has been on mainland six months

Multiple misdials divert police resources in Oak Bay

Flaggers in danger, Good Samaritan turns in purse this week in Oak Bay

  • Sep 8, 2020

Letter: Community’s landscaping works a treat for Oak Bay residents

A huge bravo to Jacques Sirois and others who are clearing the ivy out of the willows at Kitty Islet. It looks spectacular with the sea views through the trees!

  • Sep 7, 2020

Victoria muralist goes big with gallery exhibition

Luke Ramsey exhibits 20 paintings, sketches this month at Madrona Gallery

Oak Bay mariner sets sail on solo voyage to finish westward circumnavigation of globe

Glenn Wakefield will turn around at the point of his farthest attempt, off the coast of Argentina

Second World War vet turns 100 in Oak Bay

'Centurion' Peter Lake could have died 14 times, he says

B.C. Housing declines to pursue Oak Bay Lodge as shelter housing

Covenants and old building condition make Lodge unsuitable, report says