Kyle Slavin

Camosun student is making a name for herself

Sara Wilson is quickly making a name for herself in a very male-dominated industry

Girl flees into ocean at mental health facility in Saanich

Two boaters are being credited for rescuing a 15-year-old girl from the cold ocean off Finnerty Cove this afternoon.

UVic student society booted from provincial federation

B.C. students' federation claims UVSS still has $160,000 in outstanding membership fees

Cows moo-ve into Gordon Head

Residential Gordon Head may soon be a smellier, louder place

Police arrest man stealing bulk cigarettes from Costco customers

More than $100,000 worth of cigarettes were stolen in 2012 from the vehicles of Costco customers all over B.C.

Transit union threatens full system shutdown

Jan. 22 pegged as strike day, unless B.C. Transit returns to bargaining: union president

Property values decline across Greater Victoria

Chances are when you open your 2013 notice from B.C. Assessment, you'll see your property value has decreased since last year.

Law professor named next UVic president

An exhaustive seven-month process to find a president for UVic ended with a recognizable name earning the high-profile appointment.

Accused former priest testifies in own defence

Phillip Jacobs took the stand Monday afternoon by explaining how, when he was a young priest he took teenage boys on overnight trips

Sex assault trial starts for former Saanich priest

Diocese of Victoria aware of allegations of sexual abuse in Ohio

Column: The B-52s is a manly band name

New parents paint the walls of their son’s nursery blue. Or they’ll dress their infant daughter in pink.

Oil in the watershed

Creeks, wildlife pay the price for aging heating oil tanks on Saanich properties

Update: Camosun College support staff walk off the job

Pickets at Interurban, Landsdowne campuses as part of provincewide strike

UPDATE: Three CUPE unions strike deal with UVic

CUPE member ratification votes to be held this week, next week

Family-run butcher business in Victoria closes after 35 years

A Greater Victoria institution for meats – including its haggis – has shut down its three shops after 35 years in operation.

‘Free baby’ posted on classified website

Victoria police officers attempting to find the would-be seller to ensure no children are at risk

New Victoria centre aims to make justice accessible

Province announces $1.5 million plan to create Justice Access Centre

Wanted federal parolee captured by Victoria police

Dezmond White arrested during a traffic stop in Esquimalt

Meat found in children’s shoes on Victoria beach was poultry

Police seeking assistance to identify owners of different toddler, baby shoes

Answering a call for help

Lifering program will now be held in Sidney for those struggling with addiction