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Eclectic evening of singing to inspire in Central Saanich

How Can I Keep From Singing is a choral celebration of classical favourites, world and gospel music.

Quartet of in-demand musicians to play in North Saanich

Aaron Scoones and the Gospel Crusaders will perform soul and gospel classics for next month’s edition of Jazz Vespers.

Black Press Crowdfunding initiative making a difference in communities

Black Press Crowdfunding initiative making a difference in communities

More than $17,000 raised since launching last fall

Black Press Crowdfunding initiative making a difference in communities

Vancouver soprano featured in Valentine’s concert in Sidney

The Palm Court Light Orchestra presents Lambroula Pappas in this year’s Valentine’s Day concert.

Led ZepAgain recreates the classic rock band experience March 2 in Sidney.

Rock tribute “Led ZepAgain” lands in Sidney

Tribute band “Led ZepAgain” will recreate the ultimate Led Zeppelin experience March 2.

Led ZepAgain recreates the classic rock band experience March 2 in Sidney.
Lorna Crozier and Patrick Lane of North Saanich.

Power poetry couple to read at Sidney’s Red Brick Café

On Valentine’s Day Eve, poets Lorna Crozier and Patrick Lane will launch the new Red Brick Readings series.

Lorna Crozier and Patrick Lane of North Saanich.
The Breitling Jet Team will perform at the 2015 Abbotsford International Airshow.

Aerobatic jet team added to 2015 Abbotsford International Airshow lineup

Breitling Jet Team promises "a meticulously co-ordinated ballet" with seven L-39C Albatros

The Breitling Jet Team will perform at the 2015 Abbotsford International Airshow.
Last year's People's Choice winner was Christina Dutkowski.

Vote for the People’s Choice ‘Best Photo’

Voting for the Next Generation People's Choice photo contest is open until Sept. 7 at midnight

Last year's People's Choice winner was Christina Dutkowski.
This photography, entitled Hidden Gem, was shot by Burnaby's Steve Wong and entered into the Your Best Shot contest. Wong is one of 75 finalists chosen for this year's event.

Your Best Shot finalists chosen

More than 2,100 entries received for the second annual contest

This photography, entitled Hidden Gem, was shot by Burnaby's Steve Wong and entered into the Your Best Shot contest. Wong is one of 75 finalists chosen for this year's event.

B.C. Winter Games in Mission Feb. 20-23

About 2,500 volunteers will be needed for B.C. Winter Games

Watermark director Jennifer Baichwal.

Oak Bay filmmaker debuts watershed moment

Watermark documentary opens at Odeon Theatre October 11

Watermark director Jennifer Baichwal.
Flowers of condolence lay in front of a home at 1320 Johnson St., the site of a fatal fire early Saturday morning. Two people died at the scene while a third died in hospital later that day. The fire was believed to have started from a smouldering sofa on the front porch. Firefighters heard that the sofa had caught fire earlier in the evening, but was extinguished.

Fire kills three people on Johnson Street in Victoria

Two women, one man die in blaze following Friday night house party

Flowers of condolence lay in front of a home at 1320 Johnson St., the site of a fatal fire early Saturday morning. Two people died at the scene while a third died in hospital later that day. The fire was believed to have started from a smouldering sofa on the front porch. Firefighters heard that the sofa had caught fire earlier in the evening, but was extinguished.

B.C. Transit settles with bus union, one-day strike averted

Vicinity shuttle bus trials shifted to help create deal

Every penny counts

Save your pennies and other change for Pennies for Presents campaign

Black Press buys Cranbrook, Kimberley dailies

Black Press, British Columbia's largest publisher of community newspapers and websites, has announced the purchase of the Cranbrook Daily Townsman and the Kimberley Daily Bulletin from Don Kendall.

Betty Fox, mother of Canadian hero Terry Fox and a dedicated cancer crusader since his death in 1981, is reported to be seriously ill.

Betty Fox is ‘seriously ill’

Betty Fox, mother of the late Terry Fox, the Canadian hero from Port Coquitlam, is seriously ill, according to a statement posted today on the Terry Fox Foundation website.

Betty Fox, mother of Canadian hero Terry Fox and a dedicated cancer crusader since his death in 1981, is reported to be seriously ill.