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Greater Victoria's Flavour Trails serves twice the fun, all flavour

Greater Victoria's Flavour Trails serves twice the fun, all flavour

Sip, savour and explore during this summer's Savour Saanich and North Saanich Flavour Trails
Don’t miss an evening with David Sedaris in Victoria

Don’t miss an evening with David Sedaris in Victoria

The bestselling author and humorist will delight fans at the Royal Theatre May 13
Unlocking energy savings: Your guide to window replacement grants in Victoria

Unlocking energy savings: Your guide to window replacement grants in Victoria

Learn how B.C. homeowners can save on energy bills and enhance comfort with window replacements
Foundry charts pathways to a brighter future for youth from all walks of life

Foundry charts pathways to a brighter future for youth from all walks of life

Foundry offers free, confidential wellness supports for youth ages 12 to 24 across B.C.
Immerse yourself in the magic of Van Gogh

Immerse yourself in the magic of Van Gogh

See Beyond Van Gogh at the Starry Night Pavilion in Vic West through Aug. 20
Ethereum goes green while Bitcoin mining continues to take its toll on the environment

Ethereum goes green while Bitcoin mining continues to take its toll on the environment

by Rick Mandge
Local guide shares tips and resources to Live Green

Local guide shares tips and resources to Live Green

From the summer heat dome and wildfires to the recent flooding, the effects of climate change have grown more apparent. Looking ahead, those effects are expected to impact virtually every aspect of life here on Vancouver Island and beyond – from food production to transportation to insurance costs.
Let’s play! Grants help Victoria area kids get off the sidelines

Let’s play! Grants help Victoria area kids get off the sidelines

Every year, KidSport pays registration fees for low-income families, so ALL kids can play
20-year hospital journey inspires a legacy

20-year hospital journey inspires a legacy

Riley was just a six-week-old infant when her mom, Sue, was told her daughter had an abnormal heart murmur. While this visit to BC Children’s for the diagnosis paled in intensity compared to other health challenges to follow, it began a 20-year journey for the Stewart family from Maple Ridge with BC Children’s Hospital.
Finding Hope: Publication aims to help break the cycle of domestic violence

Finding Hope: Publication aims to help break the cycle of domestic violence

The statistics are sobering: 60 per cent of British Columbia residents know a woman who has been assaulted, and each week, 1,000 instances of physical or sexual assault occur in the province.