Oak Bay News

Oak Bay Talks goes online with homelessness

Existence Project brings Cory's Story to Oak Bay

Foul Bay Road a corridor of crashes in 2019

Last year, 63 crashes in Oak Bay involved vehicles

Oak Bay host pandemic-safe art exhibition

Art show to feature 15 artists at Monterey centre, Nov. 21 and 22

Immigration rules could put 94-year-old on plane home to Netherlands

Saanich couple faces split-up after 45 years

Magnitude 3.0 earthquake off Oak Bay shakes south Island

Residents from Sooke to Vancouver report feeling quake early Friday

  • Nov 20, 2020

Million-dollar reno will update Oak Bay’s municipal hall

Oak Bay Volunteer Services moving to Monterey Recreation Centre

Oak Bay police sergeant under investigation

Sgt. Dalep in court Wednesday for protection order

Oak Bay Pharmasave a target for shoplifters

Shoplifting an ongoing burden for village pharmacy

Oak Bay ready to get lit for Christmas despite pandemic

Staff start setting up holiday lights Tuesday

Passenger attempts to attack driver, forced off BC Transit bus in Saanich

Police say passenger reached over safety divider

Oak Bay water polo player NCAA-bound

Amanda Chambers signs with San Diego State

Oak Bay’s Bayne Pettinger on ‘opening doors’ in hockey

NHL player agent comes out as gay at 33

The tales of one-time Oak Bay resident Dutchy Edwards

Athlete-turned-commodore once played tennis with King of Sweden

Hughes Clothing comes home to Oak Bay

Owner grateful for community's warm welcome

Community group donates bike repair stands to Oak Bay

Community association plans stands for recreation centres, Willows Beach

Poinsettia sales to support kid-friendly lab at Victoria hospital

Auxiliary looks to de-stress lab tests for children

Real estate agents Kash Burley, Blair McInnis and Ray Murray in front of the Pemberton Holmes office on Oak Bay Avenue. The company is running the annual food drive and will pick up donations in the area. (Travis Paterson/News Staff)

Real estate agents keep Oak Bay food drive alive

Pemberton Holmes agents run Avenue food drive, offer pickups outside Oak Bay

Real estate agents Kash Burley, Blair McInnis and Ray Murray in front of the Pemberton Holmes office on Oak Bay Avenue. The company is running the annual food drive and will pick up donations in the area. (Travis Paterson/News Staff)