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Victoria Day Parade celebrates 119th year

The Island Farms Victoria Day Parade to commemorate Canada's 150th birthday.

  • May 10th, 2017

Long Road Behind, Golden Road Ahead for Jon and Roy

Mighty Speck Records president James Kasper sits down with Jon and Roy

  • May 8th, 2017

Five things with Sam Weber

Monday Magazine's Rae Porter sits down with local singer/songwriter Sam Weber

  • Apr 25th, 2017

Voting Begins for Pop-Up @ the Square People’s Choice Award

Voting Begins for Pop-Up @ the Square People’s Choice Award

BC NDP announce fund to upgrade sports fields

BC NDP leader John Horgan said his party, if elected, would create a Community Partnership Fund to upgrade needed infrastructure.

B.C. paramedics’ effort to be named essential service fails

Members didn’t gather the required number of signatures from each electoral riding to trigger further action

Motorists urged to use road sense and not cause ‘bear jams’ on B.C. roadways

Conservation officers are warning drivers of dopey, hungry bears emerging from hibernation.

On centennial, Canadians to stop and mark bloody legacy of Battle of Vimy Ridge

On Sunday morning, millions of Canadians will stop for a moment to remember those lost during the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

BC Ferries cancelled due to weather Friday afternoon

BC Ferry Service routes between the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island have been cancelled until further notice.

Hermann’s host the Power of a Dream fundraiser

The Pacific Training Centre for the Blind Presents "Power of the Dream," A
Benefit Concert in support of the Blind People in Charge Program

  • Apr 6th, 2017

Surrey Creep Catchers aiming to expand into small-town B.C.

Exactly where, says SCC president Ryan LaForge, is 'a secret'

Queer As Funk returns to Pacific Fleet Club

Back by popular demand, Queer As Funk will play two shows this weekend presented by Queerly Victoria

VIDEO: Social workers demand better workplace conditions from B.C. government

Ministry of Children and Family Development employees rally for higher wages and proper training for social workers in Vancouver.

Candidates in upcoming B.C. provincial election to receive housing data

Officials with the BC Non-Profit Housing Association say it will provide each candidate with a comprehensive report.

Walk-in clinic closures ignite petition demanding more doctors in B.C.

Since 2010, 45 clinics have closed in B.C., and 290 vacancies remain unfilled in the province, Walk-in Clinics Association of BC says.

Totem pole raised at UBC honours First Nations victimized by residential schools

The pole was carved from a 800-year-old red cedar tree on B.C.'s north coast.

Museum keeps hope alive

Terry Fox exhibit runs from April 12 to Oct. 1 at the Royal BC Museum

Saving Hermann’s akin to saving jazz in Victoria

Jazz on View Society looking to fundraise $3 million to purchase the iconic Hermann's Jazz Club

WestJet employee diagnosed with measles, seven flights possibly exposed

Measles is a highly contagious disease that spreads easily to those who are not immune or are vulnerable, health officials warn