Natalie North

High school slam poetry championships go downtown

The third annual high school poetry slam championships, Victorious Voices, is moving into the Victoria Event Centre

Students and teachers return to class

Spring break ends, no more walk outs planned – at least for the moment

Henderson expansion grant approved

Small rec initiatives around region receive funding boost

B.C. Health minister Michael de Jong bans teens from tanning

Provincewide ban began with Oak Bay students

Hunger banquet highlights food, health links

Camosun students host banquet where attendees will learn about inequality in access to food

Teachers plan next move in attempt to repeal back-to-work legislation

Province votes to pass Bill 22, expect it to be passed into law today

Former employees bring Babe’s Honey back

Historic local brand produced in Saanichton, sold in Saanich

Solar storms continue above, few effects felt below

Sky watchers do have an increased chance of seeing the lights over the days and months ahead

How (not) to have ‘the talk’ with your kids

Greater Victoria sexual health educators offer advice on how to tell your kids what they need to know about sex

Magic Wand rents low-cost formal wear for Greater Victoria grads

Elizabeth Surerus has outfitted some 50 to 60 students annually from her Cordova Bay home for the last eight years.

Canada’s father of photojournalism opens new exhibit

After 60 years taking photos that helped record Canada’s history, Saanich resident Ted Grant is still shooting ‘magical moments’

Saanich students go Gaga for Pink Shirt Day

Flash mob strikes B.C. Legislature to protest bullying of any kind

Saanich home to experts on pine beetle blight

Saanich facility, Pacific Forestry Centre, is one of five national Forest Service research centres.

Spectrum student chef wins top honours

Spectrum Community School student earns silver medal in the Junior Chef Challenge at the B.C. Food Service Expo’s Hot Competition Live

UVic disciplines abortion opponents after 90 complaints lodged

During two-day “Choice” Chain in November, group's members held large images of aborted fetuses and spoke to students about abortion.

Camosun College sees influx of international students

Five per cent of Camosun’s current population come from outside of Canada.

Victoria conservation group aims to recover derelict fishing gear

As many as 20,000 abandoned fishing nets have set a deadly trap around southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.

Gamers set to occupy Pearkes for GottaCon 2012

Saanich’s marathon gaming convention building momentum among hobbyists; events run night and day throughout the weekend.

Saanich expands fire dispatch to View Royal and Colwood

The five-year contract comes on the heels of the CRD's recommendation to reduce the number of dispatch centres in the region.

Solar storm barely noticeable in Greater Victoria

Northern Lights might be visible here sometime over this solar cycle, Saanich-based NRC scientist says