Brittany Lee

Health-care premium hike hits B.C. taxpayers

Increases in Medical Services Premium, Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Plan on menu for 2013

Donors emerging for Victoria-area social service campaigns

Salvation Army, United Way await final push for 2012

There's no shortage of good food at the annual Greek Fest as grandad Loukas Papaloucas feeds four-year-old Apostolos Bouckley souvlaki in this 2010 photo.

Greek Fest widens scope

Greek food abounds, but event now a folk celebration

There's no shortage of good food at the annual Greek Fest as grandad Loukas Papaloucas feeds four-year-old Apostolos Bouckley souvlaki in this 2010 photo.
Left to right Edward Widenmaier

From Saanichton with love

Ever since a trip to Africa in 1998, Billy Willbond has devoted his retirement to easing the suffering of children in third world countries

Left to right Edward Widenmaier
Artist Matt Haider catches attention during the annual Plein Air Paint Out in Sidney by holding up his old 45 record. Haider claims peering through the holes in the record allows him to see the true colours.

Artists to paint Sidney’s streets

Plein Air Paint Out hits the streets of Sidney this weekend

Artist Matt Haider catches attention during the annual Plein Air Paint Out in Sidney by holding up his old 45 record. Haider claims peering through the holes in the record allows him to see the true colours.
Harry Addison

Yellow Peril revived: Unveiling at Air Museum open house

Volunteers worked tirelessly on symbol of aviation history

Harry Addison
Clockwise from left: Cheyenne Johnson; Virgil Sampson; Howie Richards; Brian Sampson; Kelly Sampson; and Angel Sampson with her grandson Dominick Sampson; man their spread of Indian hot dogs and sweet bread at Pioneer Park in Brentwood Bay during last Wednesday's (July 25) Music in the Park. The Sampson family will be sharing their First Nation culture; delicacies at this weekend's Yellow Wolf Intertribal Powwow; an event which Angel started in memory of her mother.

Carrying on her mother’s traditions

Yellow Wolf Powwow invites all to experience the sights, sounds and flavours of a cherished culture

Clockwise from left: Cheyenne Johnson; Virgil Sampson; Howie Richards; Brian Sampson; Kelly Sampson; and Angel Sampson with her grandson Dominick Sampson; man their spread of Indian hot dogs and sweet bread at Pioneer Park in Brentwood Bay during last Wednesday's (July 25) Music in the Park. The Sampson family will be sharing their First Nation culture; delicacies at this weekend's Yellow Wolf Intertribal Powwow; an event which Angel started in memory of her mother.
Olivia

Kids prepare for stardom

Mary Winspear Centre's One Week to Stardom camp puts kids on stage

Olivia

Sidney homes could become legal again with review

Town council approves a review of its OCP, zoning bylaw after residents apply pressure

Black Press reporter and Tour de Rock 2012 rider Kyle Slavin shows he’s got what it takes to host the Tour de Rock fundraiser Comedy for Cancer on July 31 at Club 9one9.

Funny for your money in Victoria

Comedy for Cancer at Club 9one9 in the Strathcona Hotel raises money for Canadian Cancer Society's Tour de Rock

Black Press reporter and Tour de Rock 2012 rider Kyle Slavin shows he’s got what it takes to host the Tour de Rock fundraiser Comedy for Cancer on July 31 at Club 9one9.

Column: Make an effort to drive better

With summer officially upon us, the number of cars and, perhaps, impatient drivers on Victoria streets will soon rise.

Laurissa Chapple

Art walk and exhibit to be a display of pride

Pride Society and Madrona Gallery introduce art show as part of Pride 2012

Laurissa Chapple

CRD says no to DeerSafe

Animal advocates ‘insulted’ by CRD decision

Province steers new safety standards for motorcyclists

Bikers required to wear safety industry helmets and keep feet on floor board

Victoria Golf Club course superintendent Paul Robertson shows off the course’s new Waste 2 Water system that separates the grass and water and recycles both at the course’s brand new maintenance centre.

Victoria Golf club improvements unveiled

Victoria Golf Club opens new snack bar and offices

Victoria Golf Club course superintendent Paul Robertson shows off the course’s new Waste 2 Water system that separates the grass and water and recycles both at the course’s brand new maintenance centre.

Deer advisory group should seek balance

DeerSafe Victoria calls for removal of bow hunter from deer management committee

Saxophonist Robin Bannister conducts and plays with the Swiftsure Big Band and the Sidney Concert Band.

Big band conductor shares wealth of life experience

Musician Robin Bannister gives back to community through music

Saxophonist Robin Bannister conducts and plays with the Swiftsure Big Band and the Sidney Concert Band.

Makeup of deer advisory committee worries animal rights advocates

DeerSafe Victoria is concerned with one of the members who appears to be a representative from the United Bowhunters of British Columbia

Deer team meets Wednesday

Bambi brigade set to solve deer population issues

Four baby raccoons stick together.

Where the wild things are

The open house takes place Saturday (March 31) and Sunday (April 1) from 12 to 4 p.m. at Wild ARC, 1020 Malloch Rd. in Metchosin.

Four baby raccoons stick together.
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