Danielle Pope

Still here: living out of the shadows with HIV and AIDS Vancouver Island

When Charlene Anderson found out she had HIV, she didn’t tell anyone for six years.

Victoria Earth Walk in 32nd year

This year's Earth Walk event promises to be the most celebrated one yet.

THE WEEK — April 18: Victoria charges up Earth Week

City parkades housing eight new electric vehicle charging stations, sea levels now on the rise and workshopping death...

THE WEEK — April 11: Teams, get ready to walk

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes, folk takes on metal, getting crafty with beer tax

Finding Your Light: Chakra yoga inspires the curious

The chakra system is as much science as it is theory: “The Seven Portals to Wholeness & Happiness.”

Hog calling the golden pigs

"Oinks" will be heard throughout the city this weekend as the most affluent hogs are let out for the 16th-annual Golden Piggy Awards.

‘This isn’t charity, it’s a job’

Cool Aid Society promotes hiring homeless

Poverty: ‘unacceptable’

'Unacceptable' campaign sends wrong message to those impoverished, says Radical Health Alliance.

‘I finally fit in’

Autism’s Own Conference asks Victoria for awareness

Dragon boats pad the way

At first glance, dragon boats and cloth menstrual pads might not have an obvious link — at least until you meet the women behind a mission

THE WEEK — March 21: The perfect solution: feces?

The perfect solution: feces? Yes, according to two UVic medical students. And, changes in the law of family...

Mustard Seed eyes extreme makeover

Hero Work calls on community to help

The Week — March 14: VicPD finds increase again

VicPD finds increase in budget again, and province gives a grant for more homes to people with barriers

Buddy can you spare a rhyme

Slam poet Buddy Wakefield is breathing through the words and delivering inspiration to a whole generation

Indoor public market gets go-ahead, floor plan for June

Locavores are celebrating this week as the Victoria Public Market at The Hudson has secured floor plans for its scheduled opening this June.

Soul sex

Coach wants grown-ups to embrace their sexuality and connect to their bodies

The Week — March 7: A day to celebrate ladies

International Women's Day: a day to celebrate ladies, art the feminine way and new resources for mamas

Freeskool takes a new approach

Delivering education without the price tag

The Week — Feb. 28: The cost of enforcement

Marijuana enforcement is costing British Columbia more than any other province in the country, and a charitable way to exercise

Techno overload

Stress, burnout hurting our brains says neuroscientist