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5 fun things to do this weekend in Greater Victoria

Car Free YYJ, family fishing, Sooke bluegrass, walk for cancer and a mascot’s birthday

Captured in time: Cool Aid unveils photos from its 50 years of history

The photos will be on display and for sale at their Downtown Community Centre

O, Canada! – Show your colours on July 1 in Greater Victoria

Here’s your guide to Canada Day celebrations around the Capital Region

  • Jun 16th, 2018

PRIDE WEEK: Popularity has surged for Memorial Drag Ball game in the past 20 years

The venue has changed, but the theme of not taking one’s self too seriously remains

Tickets on sale for RCMP Musical Ride

Troop performs in Sooke on Aug 18 and 19

PRODUCE PACKS A PUNCH: Farm fresh from the market to you

Find your neighbourhood favourite or discover a new location to find fresh food

  • Jun 5th, 2018
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Black Press Career Fair - Nanaimo
Victoria Foundation - PNR
Pipeline protests
Orca whale Salt Spring Island

Pipe organ an instrument of worship, and more, at Christ Church Cathedral

Tune-up of Hellmuth Wolff organ comes just in time for Summer Concert Series

Tickets on sale for the Victoria Hospice Teeny Tiny Garden Tour

Tour takes place June 10; tickets frequently sell out fast

  • Jun 2nd, 2018

Hey Victoria: What’s going on in your neighbourhood?

Check out some highlights from your local community associations

Oak Bay Tea Party: Parade goes balloon free for environmental protection

Hand sorting shifts 3,000 pounds of ‘trash’ to recycling

Free mixed media camp offered to youth

Camp hosted on Denman Island

  • May 24th, 2018

West Shore resident back on Legends of Rock’n’Roll tour

Johnny Vallis was captivated by Buddy Holly’s musical innovation

REVIEW: Building a better burger

Monday food reviewer Allan Reid gives his take on Chuck’s Burger Bar in Sidney

  • May 7th, 2018

Discarded household items transform to art for Victoria fundraising auction

ReFind Art for Habitat for Humanity opens May 29 at The Bay Centre

  • May 6th, 2018

Esquimalt hooks the region with the return of Buccaneer Days

Traditional festival includes parade, sky-divers and early bird wake-up call

Saanich artists swing open doors to studios

Hills to Shore Artists Tour will visit 17 studios over Mother’s Day weekend

Saanich artists swing open doors to studios

Hills to Shore Artists Tour will visit 17 studios over Mother’s Day weekend

Celebrate Earth Day with guided walks through Beacon Hill Park

Local naturalists explore Garry oak ecosystem on Camas Day

Cook Street activity centre celebrates cultures

African dance and drumming, talk by local imam on the agenda

  • Apr 16th, 2018