Ryan Flaherty

Oak Bay Tourism committee chair Derek Vair stands underneath one of the palm trees on Monterey Avenue outside the Winchester Gallery.

Palms away: Oak Bay council turns thumbs down to annual sale

Tourism Oak Bay cancels palm sale rather than find a private location

Oak Bay Tourism committee chair Derek Vair stands underneath one of the palm trees on Monterey Avenue outside the Winchester Gallery.

The other side of the deer problem in Greater Victoria

Situation ‘critical’ for Capital Region food producers

Leah Kuzmuk and Conor Hannigan are the co-chairs of Change Conference 2012

Glenlyon Norfolk students seek to improve our world, one kid at a time

Youth conference promises to inspire Greater Victoria young people

Leah Kuzmuk and Conor Hannigan are the co-chairs of Change Conference 2012

Ontario students win first ever Twitter moot

UVic pair also involved in mock court case argued over Twitter

University of Victoria professor Colette Smart holds a brain model in her office at the university. She is leading a study called 'ProjectSMART' which is trying to identify early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease

Early signs of Alzheimer’s focus of UVic study

Call for volunteers in Greater Victoria attracts plenty of interest

University of Victoria professor Colette Smart holds a brain model in her office at the university. She is leading a study called 'ProjectSMART' which is trying to identify early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease
University of Victoria law students  Matthew Nefstead and Jenn Cameron

UVic students Tweet to test court skills

Law students from across Canada to argue case using social media

University of Victoria law students  Matthew Nefstead and Jenn Cameron
Cambridge Antiques owner Peter Everett and Crystal Stupple re-enact how they worked together to tackle the would-be thief at the Oak Bay Avenue store.

Crime Stoppers: Oak Bay pair tackle would-be robber

Pair who thwarted Cambridge Antiques thief revisit incident

Cambridge Antiques owner Peter Everett and Crystal Stupple re-enact how they worked together to tackle the would-be thief at the Oak Bay Avenue store.
Ten-year-old Sage Mowat

Giving kids a foundation for a healthy life

School program teaches benefits of eating well, exercising

Ten-year-old Sage Mowat
Camosun College student Scott Metcalfe went to China to complete an internship in sports management. He is pictured walking through Victoria’s Chinatown

Camosun student building a bridge to China

Business internship offers unique opportunity to Oak Bay High alum

Camosun College student Scott Metcalfe went to China to complete an internship in sports management. He is pictured walking through Victoria’s Chinatown
Scenes like this are becoming more common in Oak Bay and elsewhere around the Capital Region. One citizen's group wants to have a say on deer management strategies for Greater Victoria.

Citizens’ group wants non-lethal solution to Greater Victoria deer problem

DeerSafe Victoria approaching Capital Regional District about joining discussions

Scenes like this are becoming more common in Oak Bay and elsewhere around the Capital Region. One citizen's group wants to have a say on deer management strategies for Greater Victoria.
Jennifer Wilson and partner Jon Waplington prepare to plug in their new electric car at their St. David Street home. Wilson went three years without a car awaiting delivery of the ‘greener’ vehicle.

NEWS FEATURE: Putting gas in the past

Fossil fuels are a prehistoric notion for electric vehicle owners

Jennifer Wilson and partner Jon Waplington prepare to plug in their new electric car at their St. David Street home. Wilson went three years without a car awaiting delivery of the ‘greener’ vehicle.
Holly Tuokko

NEWS FEATURE: Learning from the aged

University of Victoria research centre marks 20 years of investigation into what happens when we get older

Holly Tuokko
This boat came away from its mooring in the waters of Oak Bay in the snowstorm early Wednesday. Oak Bay Sea Rescue volunteers helped two other boaters gain control of their wayward vessels that morning

Wintry conditions keep sea rescuers on alert

High winds during snowstorm force boats apart from moorings

This boat came away from its mooring in the waters of Oak Bay in the snowstorm early Wednesday. Oak Bay Sea Rescue volunteers helped two other boaters gain control of their wayward vessels that morning
Plans to replace Oak Bay Lodge with a newer facility focusing on dementia care are being re-jigged by proponent Baptist Housing.

Updated care home design on the way

Baptist Housing tweaking design for Oak Bay Lodge replacement

Plans to replace Oak Bay Lodge with a newer facility focusing on dementia care are being re-jigged by proponent Baptist Housing.

New CRD body to focus on First Nations issues

Committee will handle issues faced by bands within and outside of treaty process

Poetry comes to life

St. Michael's students make art from poetry

Raising minimum liquor prices could have positive social and economic effects

Raise minimum booze prices: study

Researchers say higher floor would lead to lower drinking rates

Raising minimum liquor prices could have positive social and economic effects

UPDATE: Health, environmental groups call for B.C. pesticide ban

Provincial regulation could trump unenforceable local bylaws

Recall next step in smart meter fight

StopSmartMeters.ca launches recall campaign to stop installation of B.C. Hydro smart meters

Nominees sought for leadership awards

Deadline approaching to nominate someone for a 2012 Victoria Leadership Award.