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For over a decade, calls for a stable, fixed-site needle exchange have fallen on deaf ears.
Despite the still-healing wounds from last year’s brawl with the Municipality of Esquimalt, recent weeks have seen...
For most of us, walking the streets of The Capital is far from a politically significant experience.
Much has been made of all that the Enbridge Joint Review Panel is not doing here in The Capital and throughout its provincial tour.
What seems like eons ago, the City of Victoria asked you to “Vote Yes” and allow the municipality to borrow $49.2 million for a new bridge.
In the past, I have invoked the ghosts of Victoria’s birth to illustrate the ongoing injustice borne by indigenous nations
Every year, members of our community gather on Red Umbrella Day to support sex workers in The Capital
For many of The Capital’s residents, December marks the season of extravagance — of feast and family, celebration and giving.
Last Wednesday, my fears about Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion were to be soothed.
Last week, we were enlightened about the plight of youth in our region.
Last week, Saanich officially condemned growing genetically modified organisms within its borders.
A few weeks ago, the City of Victoria sought to limit the number of Freedom of Information requests journalists could make...
Last Thursday afternoon, Nov. 1, bidding closed for the contract to break ground on the new Johnson Street Bridge.
Last week thousands of people gathered on the lawn of the legislature for what was billed by organizers as...
The City of Victoria has withdrawn its Section 43 application against Focus magazine.
There is no joy in the board rooms of BC Transit this week. As I write this column, employees are still threatening to strike.
Many of you are aware of the City of Victoria’s Section 43 action against the muckrakers at Focus magazine.
I spent the night in a den of wolves while a hundred good people shouted at the walls from out in the cold.
Cat-calling is an institution in our society. For most, the idea brings to mind the iconic construction worker hooting at a model...
After a long stint of living in shelters, Marie was finally doing well. She had all the right supports: housing, counselling, volunteering