Kendra Crighton

Victoria residents navigate addiction recovery during the pandemic

Dakota Johnny and Stephen Vickets are residents of Foundation House

Pandemic brings success to Indigenous artist carving COVID masks

Howard La Fortune has gotten so many orders for his carvings that he’s “lost track”

Employees feel ‘backstabbed’ after hotel sold to province to house homeless

Province purchased Comfort Inn Hotel to provide shelter to people living on Pandora, Topaz Park

Victoria police officer accused of sexual misconduct petitions court to quash public hearing

Complaint dates back to May of 2018, while the officer was off duty in Vancouver for stag party

Student files class action lawsuit against University of Victoria over parking fees

UVic did not refund prepaid parking after pandemic halted classes

COVID-19: One in five non-profits in B.C. at risk of closing

A new report details how the pandemic has impacted the non-profit sector

One man in hospital with life-threatening injuries after stabbing

No arrests have been made after Thursday night incident in Victoria

Province buys Victoria hotel to be used as affordable housing for homeless

B.C. government spent $18.5 million on Comfort Inn Hotel, at 3020 Blanshard St.

Man reunites films with former Victoria family 10 years after mistakenly sold at garage sale

The films belonged to a family with some members still on Vancouver Island

Victoria buys properties on Pandora for almost $10 million

Site is a ‘long-term investment’ as part of the plan to address affordable housing

Beacon Hill Park traffic could be limited to allow for more physical distancing space

Victoria council looks at ways to create more outdoor spaces

Victoria initiative plants the seed of a ‘dispersed farm’ with food garden starter kits

My FED Farm provides people with the tools, knowledge to seed their food garden

UPDATED: VicPD reports missing 64-year-old man located

Landeau is Caucasian, approximately six feet tall, with a slim build, grey hair and a beard

Doctors celebrate a different kind of Mother’s Day this year

Dr. Khala Albert thought she’d be worried when the pandemic hit, instead she is inspired

Greater Victoria mom warns of tick bites after three-year-old daughter diagnosed with Lyme disease

Ticks are most likely to bite in the spring, from March to June

Firefighter offers fire prevention tips after five Victoria blazes in less than a week

Most importantly, says deputy chief Chris Royel, have a smoke detector

Greater Victoria wild animal rehab centre sees an animal a day injured by cats

Outdoor cats cause more than 30 wildlife patients in April

VIDEO: Victoria violinist from Syria hopes to ‘heal’ Nova Scotia with musical tribute

Sari Alesh says music is the only solution when it comes to violence

Save-On-Foods arena transformed into 45-bed shelter for homeless population

People living in camps will be referred to the site by BC Housing, Island Health

Two people taken to hospital after cooking oil fire ravages home

Victoria Fire Department estimates $150,000 in damages