Roszan Holmen

COLUMN: Keep public safety info public

Information about Victoria's harbour airport should be in public domain

A group of University of Victoria environmental studies students looked at transforming Government Street into a pedestrian mall

City of Victoria looks to students for help on climate action

UVic environmental, engineering classes investigate ways to put plans into practice

A group of University of Victoria environmental studies students looked at transforming Government Street into a pedestrian mall
Photo shows what the Ogden Point breakwater will look like with new handrails installed.

Opinions split on Victoria breakwater handrails plan

Greater Victoria Harbour authority to install safety feature on Ogden Point icon

Photo shows what the Ogden Point breakwater will look like with new handrails installed.
Harbour Air seaplanes taxi in the Inner Harbour. Victoria council is looking for more transparency from the people who oversee the harbour’s airport.

Transport Canada slammed for lack of transparency

Victoria city council still waiting for work on harbour airport citizens’ committee

Harbour Air seaplanes taxi in the Inner Harbour. Victoria council is looking for more transparency from the people who oversee the harbour’s airport.

Greater Victoria Public Library chair defends former CEO’s spending

Expenses charged by Barry Holmes being closely scrutinized

Ken Lavigne

Hula the perfect tune-up for Victoria tenor

Lavigne’s Christmas concert, Under the Mistletoe, takes place at the Royal Theatre Dec. 3

Ken Lavigne
B.C. SPCA Victoria receptionist Amy McLaughlin plays with an orange tabby kitten at the Napier Lane office. All cat and kitten adoption fees are half price until Dec. 9.

Victoria SPCA holds fire sale on cats and kittens

Adoption fees cut in half for cats and kittens until Dec. 9

B.C. SPCA Victoria receptionist Amy McLaughlin plays with an orange tabby kitten at the Napier Lane office. All cat and kitten adoption fees are half price until Dec. 9.
As Coun. Chris Coleman

Victoria’s Langley Street loo wins accolades

Voted most hospitable public washroom in Canada in an online poll

As Coun. Chris Coleman
Outgoing British Columbia Lt.-Gov. Steven Point became emotional upon launching his dugout canoe on Ross Bay Beach along Dallas Road in 2010. It was the same location where Point found the log from which he carved the canoe along with renowned artist Chief Tony Hunt. The ceremony

Point paddles into the sunset

His Honour Steven Point glad to be heading home after five years in Victoria as Lieutenant Governor.

Outgoing British Columbia Lt.-Gov. Steven Point became emotional upon launching his dugout canoe on Ross Bay Beach along Dallas Road in 2010. It was the same location where Point found the log from which he carved the canoe along with renowned artist Chief Tony Hunt. The ceremony

B.C. Transit strike forces multiple run cancellations

Unionized drivers halt all overtime work in response to breakdown of contract talks

People’s Assembly of Victoria participant Anushka Nagji

Occupy Victoria: a year later

‘Occupy’ belongs to no one, says name-dropping group

People’s Assembly of Victoria participant Anushka Nagji

Bus drivers to ramp up job action on Monday

Starting Monday, bus drivers in Greater Victoria will refuse all overtime work, which could strand some morning and evening passengers.

Operators of the Roxy Classic Theatre hope to see the Quadra Street movie house become the first in the city allowed to serve alcohol during movies.

How about a beer or wine with that popcorn?

Victoria movie theatre testing new liquor licensing possibility

Operators of the Roxy Classic Theatre hope to see the Quadra Street movie house become the first in the city allowed to serve alcohol during movies.

City of Victoria changes its tune on freedom of information

Application to restrict number of FOI requests related to magazine withdrawn

Column: Bolivia proves possibilities for pedestrians

In the weeks leading up to Sunday, Sept. 2, I heard several mentions of some sort of national no-driving day. I didn’t take much notice.

David Broadland is publisher of Focus magazine

City of Victoria seeks to limit requests for information

City says resources are stretched, but former privacy commissioner calls application ‘outrageous’

David Broadland is publisher of Focus magazine

Mastermind re-sentenced for role in shootings outside Victoria nightclub

Somphavanh Chanthabouala sees sentence reduced following successful 2011 appeal

Black Press employees Don Descoteau

Newspaper employees don jerseys for Sports Day

Kidsport will be the beneficiary of one-day fundraiser

Black Press employees Don Descoteau
Jessica Steele captures a hummingbird against the side of a net that drops when the bird comes in to eat at the feeder.

Hummingbird migration in flux

Rufous hummingbird populations have dropped in the last year, leaving scientists on the hunt for answers

Jessica Steele captures a hummingbird against the side of a net that drops when the bird comes in to eat at the feeder.
The logo of Salish Sea Enterprises adorns the side of a crane on Victoria’s Upper Harbour.

Chief leaves First Nations economic legacy

Robert Sam struck deals with local employer to provide jobs for Songhees, Esquimalt nation members

The logo of Salish Sea Enterprises adorns the side of a crane on Victoria’s Upper Harbour.