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Tour de Rock rider Marcel Midlane helps fellow rider Sandra Boyd after she fell off her bike. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Tour de Rock Vlog 2: Saltspring Island

The 2017 Tour de Rock team, including Black Press rider Arnold Lim, take to the hills of Saltspring Island in episode 2 of his video blog.

Tour de Rock rider Marcel Midlane helps fellow rider Sandra Boyd after she fell off her bike. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
ICYMI: Slideshow of the best of National Indigenous Peoples Day across Vancouver Island

Best images from National Indigenous Peoples Day 2017

ICYMI: Our best images from National Indigenous Peoples Day, from across Vancouver Island

ICYMI: Slideshow of the best of National Indigenous Peoples Day across Vancouver Island
Five-year-old Jesse Rice Jr. performs Lekwungen traditional dance at the Langford Aboriginal Day Festival hosted at the M’akola Housing Society’s parking lot in 2016. (Arnold Lim/News staff)

National Indigenous Peoples Day 2017

Check in for Indigenous Peoples Day, formerly known as Aboriginal Day, coverage from across the CRD

Five-year-old Jesse Rice Jr. performs Lekwungen traditional dance at the Langford Aboriginal Day Festival hosted at the M’akola Housing Society’s parking lot in 2016. (Arnold Lim/News staff)
Ten-year-old Central Saanich resident Jacob Ball is following in the archery footsteps of his father and grandfather en route to the 2017 Canadian Archery Championships in Quebec in August. (Arnold Lim/News staff)

VIDEO: Archer Jacob Ball setting sights on national stage

10-year-old Central Saanich archer following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather.

Ten-year-old Central Saanich resident Jacob Ball is following in the archery footsteps of his father and grandfather en route to the 2017 Canadian Archery Championships in Quebec in August. (Arnold Lim/News staff)
Charity Williams drives to the end zone for the try. Team Canada won their second game of day two with a 17-10 victory over the Olympic gold medallist Australians at the World Rugby HSBC Womens Sevens Series over Russia in Langford 24-10 to go 3-0 on Day 1. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)

Canada defeats Australia to advance to the finals.

Canada punches their ticket to the finals, defeating Australia 17-10 at Westhills Stadium

Charity Williams drives to the end zone for the try. Team Canada won their second game of day two with a 17-10 victory over the Olympic gold medallist Australians at the World Rugby HSBC Womens Sevens Series over Russia in Langford 24-10 to go 3-0 on Day 1. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)
Hannah Darling powers her way past a defender. Team Canada won their third game of the World Rugby HSBC Womens Sevens Series over Russia in Langford 24-10 to go 3-0 on Day 1. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)

Canadian women’s sevens dominate day in Langford

Canada takes on England tomorrow morning in the quarterfinals

Hannah Darling powers her way past a defender. Team Canada won their third game of the World Rugby HSBC Womens Sevens Series over Russia in Langford 24-10 to go 3-0 on Day 1. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)
The Captain’s photo along Dallas road days before the Canada Womens Sevens rugby team takes to the field in the World Rugby HSBC Womens Sevens Series in Langford. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)

VIDEO: Canadian Womens Rugby Sevens team excited for home field advantage

Captain Ghislaine Landry excited to perform for Canadian fans following Olympic medal

The Captain’s photo along Dallas road days before the Canada Womens Sevens rugby team takes to the field in the World Rugby HSBC Womens Sevens Series in Langford. (Arnold Lim / Black Press)
Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill

Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill

Black Press media rider Arnold Lim, tests his hill biking four years after his last foray with the Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock.

Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill
Green Party leader Andrew Weaver walks to Gordon Head Middle School to vote. (Arnold Lim/Black Press) VICTORIA, B.C. May 8, 2017.

ELECTION 2017: Could B.C. get a third official party?

B.C. Greens could see benefits by reaching four elected MLA’s in the Legislative Assembly.

Green Party leader Andrew Weaver walks to Gordon Head Middle School to vote. (Arnold Lim/Black Press) VICTORIA, B.C. May 8, 2017.
Victoria Hospitality Award winner Christina Starko

WATCH: Victoria Hospitality Awards

Celebrating hospitality across Greater Victoria

Victoria Hospitality Award winner Christina Starko
Hundreds of sombre firefighters from across British Columbia marched the streets of Victoria Monday afternoon.

VIDEO: Firefighters march in memory of the year’s fallen

Firefighters honour their own at Victoria parade and ceremony.

Hundreds of sombre firefighters from across British Columbia marched the streets of Victoria Monday afternoon.
The best photographs from across Vancouver Island: February edition.

VIDEO: Best photos from Vancouver Island: February edition

See the months top photographs from staff and readers across the Island

The best photographs from across Vancouver Island: February edition.
Pink Shirt Day supporters from around British Columbia sent in their photographs for Pink Shirt Day.

VIDEO: Pink Shirt Day B.C.

Watch Pink Shirt Day as seen across British Columbia

Pink Shirt Day supporters from around British Columbia sent in their photographs for Pink Shirt Day.
Tsawout First Nation chief Harvey Underwood & archivist Genevieve Weber look on at the Douglas Treaties at the Royal BC Museum Archives. The visit was part of the Douglas Treaty Celebration commemorating the treaty signed in 1952.

VIDEO: Looking back at the Douglas Treaty

Watch as the Royal B.C. Museum Archives played host to a Douglas Treaty Celebration downtown

Tsawout First Nation chief Harvey Underwood & archivist Genevieve Weber look on at the Douglas Treaties at the Royal BC Museum Archives. The visit was part of the Douglas Treaty Celebration commemorating the treaty signed in 1952.
Navy ships’ crew members work together on a mock below-decks exercise during a recent Navy Day. This Saturday’s West Shore Navy Day event is being held at CFB Esquimalt’s property in Colwood.

West Shore Navy Day offers glimpse into sailors’ routines

Navy hosts open house in Colwood for the first time

Navy ships’ crew members work together on a mock below-decks exercise during a recent Navy Day. This Saturday’s West Shore Navy Day event is being held at CFB Esquimalt’s property in Colwood.

GREAT TEACHERS: Quality teachers always leave a lasting legacy

No matter what the subject, educators have major impact

Bob Harman has spent more than 50 years with the Boys & Girls Club Services of Victoria. On Feb. 25. he’ll be awarded the Leadership Victoria Lifetime Achievement award.

Bob Harman honoured by special Leadership Victoria award

Local man earns lifetime achievement award for work with Boys and Girls Club

Bob Harman has spent more than 50 years with the Boys & Girls Club Services of Victoria. On Feb. 25. he’ll be awarded the Leadership Victoria Lifetime Achievement award.

Chip Christmas trees, help families

Are your Christmas trees looking for a home after the holidays?

Rob Galey of Galey Farms in front of a wet lot on the family farm where hundreds of geese congregate every day. The farm is reducing its crop production in the wake of continual damage from deer and geese.

Geese, deer cut deep into Galey Farms

Largest farm in Saanich cutting back production next season

Rob Galey of Galey Farms in front of a wet lot on the family farm where hundreds of geese congregate every day. The farm is reducing its crop production in the wake of continual damage from deer and geese.