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Vic Film Fest rolls along with eclectic mix of features

Kyle Wells recaps the films he's seen at the half-way mark of the 2017 Victoria Film Festival

FortisBC warns of fraudsters offering to inspect furnaces

The utility says its staff do not solicit door-to-door.

B.C. braces for more snow, winds and ice in Wednesday storm

Environment Canada's storm and snowfall warnings stretch from parts of Vancouver Island to the Interior.

Spark To Flame Ignites Musical Spirit for VCM Students

Join top student vocalists and instrumentalists as they perform alongside professional musicians at Alix Goolden Performance Hall.

Tea Festival returns

The International Tea Appreciation Society presents the 2017 Festival Tea Festival Revival: Market and Symposium.

  • Feb 2nd, 2017

HandyDart users concerned about wait times and ride availability: seniors’ report

Wait times and ride availability a problem for one-third of B.C. riders, according to the Office of the Seniors Advocate.

$5 million for aging BC SPCA shelters

The B.C. Government announced an additional $5 million for the BC SPCA Facilities Development and Services Plan

VIDEO: BC Muslim Association calls on police, Muslims to be vigilant after Quebec mosque shooting

Early reports indicate six people killed and five in critical condition after an attack in Quebec City.

B.C. religious leaders call on Canada to act against U.S. immigration ban

Rabbis, priests and imams urge federal government to issue temporary visas to those stuck in U.S. ports of entry.

Meet Victoria’s New Youth Poet Laureate – Maita Cienska

City of Victoria and Greater Victoria Public Library announce the 2017 Youth Poet Laureate

  • Jan 27th, 2017

Premier defends her ‘real time’ reporting of pay-for-play donations

Christy Clark says a federal response to the same issue is "interesting" but her plan makes donations more transparent.

The Magic of Mozart

Pacific Opera Victoria prepares to put Mozart's genius on full display

Matt Good comes to Alix Goolden

Canadian singer/songwriter Matthew Good comes to town Feb. 11 in support of his seventh studio album Chaotic Neutral.

Gracie set to premier at Belfry

Joan MacLeod tells the story of BC's infamous polygamous community of Bountiful in the anticipated production of Gracie.

Us and Them

Us and Them - a documentary looking at the journey of four homeless people - is set to screen at Parliament Hill this spring.

Kick off to Fashion Week

The Atrium will host the kick off event for the Victoria Fashion Week Feb. 25, showcasing local designers and models.

Death is a medical choice, but not for everyone

Doctors and some patients in B.C. are learning legalization isn’t perfect

B.C.’s legal battle with teachers’ unions cost $2.6M

Epic feud lasted 15 years and went all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada

New licence plates announced to showcase B.C. parks

Three options include Purcell Mountains, Porteau Cove and the Kermode bear.