Danielle Pope

Garden designed for grieving parents

Little Spirits Garden acknowledges heartbreak of infant loss

The Week: Sept. 6 — Poker can fight cancer

Western Speedway's Smokin’ Joe Liberatore hosts a poker run, and Monday's favourite Chinese veterans win prestigious medal

Connecting the DOTS of suicide

Second-annual awareness rally asks government for sharp change

An edible guide to hiking

Great news for nature lovers: now you can eat your surroundings with confidence

Safety behind the wheel

Monday looks at the distractions bus drivers face on the job

Superheroes of Victoria

Children’s charity group rallies comic book idols to swoop down on the city with smiles

The Week: Aug. 23 — Woodwynn Farms still believes

Woodwynn still "believes" in fundraising potential, and job posting pops up for drawer droppers

Fringe Preview: Hanafuda Denki: A Tale of Playing Cards

Explore the life and death game that is Hanafuda Denki, all the way from Tokyo, Japan, at the Victoria Fringe Festival.

Another grow-op seized

Victoria is two grow-ops less this week, but the move is just another way to make confiscation look like “heroism,” according to advocates.

Fringe Preview: Little Lady

Former Cirque du Soleil performer Sandrine Lafond brings her show to the Victoria Fringe Festival.

Tragic death sparks questions about tour buses

Councillor wants road safety revisited

The Week: Aug. 9 — City replaces racks, again

Bike racks revisited for Ryder, National Relaxation Day comes to the Island

The Week — Aug. 9: Swim fest water just fine

Gorge Swim Fest temps locals into water with clean bill of health

Raging Grannies mad as hell for 25 years

Group celebrates silver anniversary with "UnConvention"

All Creatures Great and Small

Animal advocates bring protection and alternative solutions to pet lovers

Hands to fight tar

Event draws hand-holders to beaches to stand against dirty energy

The Week — Aug. 1: Privacy win for drivers

Drivers score potential win for privacy against automated licence plate recognition technology, while police say happy birthday to Victoria

Camp Compassion finds none

Homeless camp in Central Saanich faces bylaw fight, time to choose garbage can and Ontario prisoner Kelly Rose Pflug-Back receives sentence

The Week — July 26: Camp Compassion finds none

Central Saanich camp faces bylaw debate, waste selection time and Ontario prisoner Kelly Rose Pflug-Back receives sentence

Unlocking the Dark Secrets of Victoria

Victoria celebrates 150 years of gardens, architecture, beauty and a few sordid secrets