Kendra Crighton

Victoria residents launch one stop website for seniors in isolation

Well and Truly Grey will provide information, resources and things to do for seniors staying home

High risk woman last heard from on April 1 located by VicPD

Police say Danielle Haywood is safe

Cridge Centre reports 40 per cent increase in interest in transition housing

Measures necessary in responding to COVID-19 increase domestic abuse risk factors

Multinational trial for COVID-19 treatment comes to Vancouver Island

More than 1,000 patients have already been enrolled in the Solidarity Trail, launched by the WHO

Victoria police observe nationwide moment of silence for Nova Scotia victims

Nearly two dozen people, including an officer, were killed in the mass shooting

Victoria allocates more than $50,000 to help with policing costs around Topaz Park

Council also allocated another $100,000 to city staff to help the vulnerable population

Victoria’s first urgent primary health clinic set to open in James Bay this month

Patients asked to call ahead due to risk of COVID-19

Guide dogs not taught social distancing, public asked to assist when necessary

Dogs trained to take most efficient route meaning they could jump the line, brush against people

Death on Pandora Avenue not thought to be COVID-19 related

A man in his late 30s died in his tent

Victoria HarbourCats launch first-ever online hot stove

Talk baseball, 2020 season and more with players, coaches and owners of team

Greater Victoria businesses rally for Rapid Relief Fund

Rapid Relief Fund nears the $5-million mark

Restaurant team puts community first with initiative to seed 500 backyard food gardens

The Big Wheel Community Foundation has sponsored a new initiative called My FED Farm

Hotels might not be best option for Victoria’s homeless population

‘It’s almost like we need to take a military approach’

Victoria grocery store employees stage protest during collective bargaining

Demonstration follows a two-week campaign calling for hazard pay

Two firefighters injured in late Thursday night fire in Central Saanich

At this time the fire is not believed to be suspicious

Victoria police reports 126 per cent increase in calls near Topaz Park

Officers conducting proactive enforcement, remaining highly visible to combat the rising trend

Saanich resident calls on District to clean up private party beach ‘before someone gets killed’

Chris White draws attention to a section of beach near Arbutus Cove covered in graffiti

‘Strong correlation’ between pandemic and 40-50 per cent drop in pollutants on Island

Nitrous Oxide, particulate matter 2.5, ozone have decreased significantly, says Environment Canada

More Canadians concerned with health of others than their own during pandemic

New Statistics Canada survey will be used to inform governments response to COVID-19