Danielle Pope

The Week — July 19: Victoria gets a permanent, public market

Hello, permanent market, city manager is asked back for three bonus years, skateboarding not so welcome downtown

A strong defence against hunger

Campaign turns hockey into foodraiser

Frisbee win for Victoria

Victoria Nomads win Ultimate Frisbee world championships

Bill of rights offers one for the money

Taxi drivers hope clear rights will make collecting fares easier

The Week — July 12: A cup of homeless dreams

Victoria Street Soccer aims for Homeless World Cup, Q Awards finalists and the barrier to safety

Group offers safe space for HIV-positive gays

A support group for HIV-positive men who want a place to find community without having to dole out the explanations

The Week – Not all superheroes come in spandex

Some of the city’s most laudable “Super Queeros” will be recognized for their feats in this week’s Pride parade

The Week — June 28: Hate crime disturbs Pride

Hate crime at Paparazzi disturbs Pride Week, though rainbow celebrations carry on; Miss Rosie Bitts censored again

Finding the T in LGB history

New library archive showcases historical transgender moments

Playing House

Two best friends refuse to let societal norms price them out of Victoria’s real estate market

The Week — June 21: City of Victoria asks for owner obedience

City tells dog owners to leash up, Our Place hosts barbecue for homeless and

Craft vs Crap

When it comes to who gets your dollar, experts say there’s still a market for beer’s underclass

Sisters of the Tap

Craft beer group offers women pint of camaraderie

Keeping it clean — the draft lines that is

Local technicians Draught WISE don't laugh at these dirty lines

New ferry could link West Shore with Victoria

Attention Colwood Crawlers: a new, stress-free passage into and out of downtown Victoria could be sailing your way soon — if you demand it.

The Week — June 14: Severance disparity exposed

Severance disparity exposed, a time to rejoice for Joyce, and a day for dad’s aspirations

Pensioner pleads for help to ride bus

Program delays hurt Victorians in need

The Week — June 7: Naked cyclists swam Victoria

This Week: ninth-annual World Naked Bike Ride kicks off, thousands of websites blacked out for day of action and province says no to bullies

Hind ‘site’ still a little blurry

The Week, May 31: Four years after Victoria lost its fixed-site needle exchange, people are still asking why?

The Perfect Storm of Tourism

12,000 tourists, 5 cruise ships, 1 day — Victoria’s highest-ever volume of cruise ships docks heavy weight on the city