Daniel Palmer

CRD’s artist-in-residence program a unique partnership at Francis King Regional Park

CRD will evaluate pilot program at the end of March and decide whether it should be offered in future years

It’s big, it’s bold, it’s BIKE RIDE

Theatre SKAM takes theatre to the Galloping Goose Regional Trail July 12 - 13 & 19 - 20

Cicerone, the sommelier of beer

There are currently 37 certified cicerones in Canada, including four in Greater Victoria

Thousand-year-old Viking treasures arrive in Victoria

Royal B.C. Museum's latest exhibition aims to shatter stereotypes of early Viking explorers

CCPA Students put on a monster of a show

Canadian College of Performing Arts puts on Broadway production of Young Frankenstein with 70 students

WEST COAST WARDROBE – Spring forward

Monday launches a new fashion column this month with the modern man in mind

ARRIVAL STORIES UNMASKED

Arrival: Stories, Mask and Movement tells five true stories of Canadian immigrants from Egypt, Germany, Philippines, Japan and Mexico

A Tribe Called Red: Voice of a nation

DJ trio have become have become cultural ambassadors through the marriage of First Nation tribal powwow with electronic beats

Merchant of Cool: Baggins Shoes

Independent shop has been taking risks that pay off for 44 years

Secret Theatre revealed at Winterlab

Intrepid Theatre's winter festival features a site-specific creation for Victoria by Halifax artists

Art College toasts 40 years

Victoria College of Art marks four decades of history with annual show and sale Dec. 19-21.

Capturing Canadiana

Timothy Hoey lets his creativity flow beyond the canvas

Rankin tops Victoria byelection poll for NDP

But Victoria riding gives Greens solid support on the night

Special Report on B.C. Ferries – Part 4: Trying to reimagine B.C. Ferries

With public input, the province hopes to get the cash-strapped corporation back on course

Special Report on B.C. Ferries – Part 3: A lifeline to the mainland

B.C. Ferries impacts everything from food prices to tourism for Vancouver Islanders

Special Report on B.C. Ferries – Part 2: Gulf Islanders pay a price

Ferry committee members call consultation ‘confusing, rushed and missing key parts of the picture’

Special Report on B.C. Ferries – Part 1: A sea of change

B.C. Ferries at ‘tipping point’ of affordability: commissioner

B.C. Ferries charts a new course

The News embarks upon an investigation into beleaguered corporation