Roszan Holmen

Songhees people will host, but few expected to speak

Truth telling: Part 2 in a News series looking at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

More young women eligible for HPV vaccine in Greater Victoria

Various health facilities and offices to offer vaccines

Artist and aboriginal curator Peter Morin

Victoria artist explores shared pain experienced in residential schools through art

Truth telling: Part 1 in a series looking at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Artist and aboriginal curator Peter Morin

Residential school survivors tell their truths in Victoria

Thousands expected to attend hearings at Victoria Conference Centre

Cruise ship visits record to be set at Victoria’s Ogden Point

Nearly half a million passengers expected to travel on ships docking in the city this year

Holland America Lines’ cruise ship Amsterdam

Not all Victoria residents celebrating start of new cruise season

Greater Victoria Harbour Authority getting creative with traffic mitigation strategies

Holland America Lines’ cruise ship Amsterdam

Victoria’s bid for Junos needs help

Group running out of time to secure funding from Capital Region municipalities

More than 1,000 line up for hepatitis A vaccinations in Victoria

Number of people claiming connection to grocery store's deli products swells this week

Victoria Edgarr

Victoria’s 150th celebration to be filled with art and music

Six months of performances, displays and parties in store for B.C. capital

Victoria Edgarr

Greater Victoria schoolkids to grow veggies

New program aims to encourage support for local food movement

Richard Leblanc

Woodwynn exec pushes support for rural rehab

Richard Leblanc's Journey to the Edges campaign asks for donations, letters of support for Woodwynn Farms

Richard Leblanc

Woodwynn Farms exec tries out homelessness

Creating Homefulness Society executive director trades places with homeless man

Thrifty Foods president Jim Dores hawkes oranges at the Admirals Walk store. One dollar from the sale of each four-pound bag of Buck Brand Naval Oranges sold will be donated to local hospital foundations until March 13.

Thrifty Foods launches fundraiser for Vancouver Island hospitals

Sale of oranges will give power to efforts to raise much needed cas

Thrifty Foods president Jim Dores hawkes oranges at the Admirals Walk store. One dollar from the sale of each four-pound bag of Buck Brand Naval Oranges sold will be donated to local hospital foundations until March 13.

VIHA seeks baseline data on ethnic composition of staff, job applicants

Vancouver Health Authority began asking job applicants if they belong to a visible minority

Hotel receives clean bill of health

Harbour Towers Hotel and Suites in Victoria site of norovirus outbreak

Threats to health care worst in decades: Council of Canadians

PM determined to kill 'public health care, says Maude Barlow

A #14 bus heading for UVic crawls up a hill on Helmcken Road in View Royal

Heavy snow causes widespread closures

Schools, garbage, mail delivery all cancelled due to snow.

A #14 bus heading for UVic crawls up a hill on Helmcken Road in View Royal

Building permits slump in region

Commercial permits decrease across the board on the Peninsula

Municipalities sign new collective agreements

Three new collective agreements have been signed, representing 11 bargaining units in Greater Victoria.

Residential school legacy to be explored in Victoria

Survivors, family members and former staff invited to speak