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Oak Bay woman’s first children’s book encourages self-compassion, environmentalism

‘Benjamin’s Blue Feet’ takes place on the Galapagos Islands

Canadian wilderness inspires Saanich man’s first EP

Nelson Forest writes songs after time in Canadian Conservation Corps

Royal BC Museum asks for pandemic stories, photos for COVID-19 exhibit

Museum collection to share story of pandemic for future generations

Greater Victoria actor stars in upcoming Netflix film The Half of It

Brentwood Bay’s Daniel Diemer plays love struck teenager Paul Munsky

Victoria musician releases 25-year labour of first love

Former Bum singer and guitarist Rob Nesbitt puts out first solo album on first love

Victoria-based elephant advocate fighting to end ivory trade

Founder of World Elephant Day hopes to spread awareness, add political pressure

VIDEO: Gender transition of Victoria’s ‘Penny Girl’ detailed in short documentary

Frankie Edroff’s transition and perseverance highlighted in film

Roller skating fever taking over Greater Victoria

Roller Skate Victoria offers workshops, summer camps and more

VIDEO: Ukranian dancers showcase their moves for Victoria audience

Year-end showcase an opportunity to catch a colourful, cultural event

City and Colour comes to Victoria in coast to coast tour

Dallas Green to debut new song at Save on Foods Memorial Centre

Get your tickets for the Great Canadian Beer Festival

More than 60 craft breweries coming to Royal Athletic Park

Hear details about The Handmaid’s Tale sequel – from the source

Margaret Atwood speaks at UVic this fall about The Testaments, 34 years after best-seller’s release

Pride and Prejudice Ball set to waltz into Victoria

Participants will dress up and dance in Georgian era style April 20 at the Fairmont Empress

Victoria Eco Fashion Week to highlight eco-conscious designers

Organizers of Victoria’s first ever such event seeking models

Victoria author-historian continues story of historic labour strike

Michael Dupuis’s second book on the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 tells tales of average workers

Victoria producer’s docu-drama was a finalist for Canadian Screen Award

1491: The Untold Story of the Americas Before Columbus tells history from Indigneous perspective

Victoria’s annual ‘foodie fundraiser’ promises to be ‘deliciously fierce’

Hungry Hearts event raises money for Our Place Society

Paul McCartney to make Vancouver stop on Freshen Up tour

BC Place concert is only Canadian stop listed

2019 Canadian Whisky Awards’ big winners announced

Awards held in conjunction with Victoria Whisky Festival

Royal BC Museum’s newest series takes visitors behind the scenes

Adult sessions explores art, nature, history and more