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Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

U.S. National Hurricane Center warned that Nate could raise sea levels by 4 to 7 feet

Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico
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Number of medically assisted deaths in B.C. rise in first half of 2017

Across Canada, there have been 1,982 assisted deaths since it became legal

(Tim Samoff/Flickr)
Rae Porter caught up with Dylan Stone to talk about his upcoming release Everything I’ve Known.

Rae Porter caught up with Dylan Stone to talk about his upcoming release Everything I’ve Known.

Saturday sees the return of Dylan Stone and his heartfelt Canadian rock…

Rae Porter caught up with Dylan Stone to talk about his upcoming release Everything I’ve Known.
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Opposition leaders press for details on Payette's resignation
Trudeau says vaccine delays not entirely unexpected
Federal NDP, Green leaders welcome Biden's plan to cancel Keystone XL
Sick-leave program is not to pay for post-vacation quarantines: Trudeau
Dorothy Chambers, lead steward with Colquitz River fish fence, describes the mating behaviour of coho salmon as the local salmon count in Colquitz River is about to start.                                 Wolf Depner /News Staff

Saanich counts down to salmon run

Last year’s count was down

Dorothy Chambers, lead steward with Colquitz River fish fence, describes the mating behaviour of coho salmon as the local salmon count in Colquitz River is about to start.                                 Wolf Depner /News Staff
A fall taste of authentic culinary Okanagan

A fall taste of authentic culinary Okanagan

Aboriginal B.C. culinary events elevate harvest season in the province’s bread basket

  • Sep 19, 2017
A fall taste of authentic culinary Okanagan
Okanagan Indian Band grass dancer Dyawen Louis kicks up a storm during a ceremony at Spirit Ridge at NK’Mip Resort.

Golf, spa and relax in Aboriginal B.C.

First Nations communities mix culture with mainstream activities for all

  • Sep 13, 2017
Okanagan Indian Band grass dancer Dyawen Louis kicks up a storm during a ceremony at Spirit Ridge at NK’Mip Resort.
Band of Rascals takes the stage Saturday 4:15 PM, Main Stage.

Monday Magazine Rifflandia Picks

Rae Porter picks Monday Magazine's must-see shows at Rifflandia

  • Sep 13, 2017
Band of Rascals takes the stage Saturday 4:15 PM, Main Stage.

Commonwealth Games offer golden opportunity

Commonwealth Games offer golden opportunity for Victoria

  • Aug 24, 2017

Little Airshow soars

Visit Michell AirPark on Lochside Drive Aug. 5 - 6 to check out what the best in model aviation has to offer.

The 12-days of must-see theatre at the Victoria Fringe Festival opens Aug 23 until September 3rd. Visit intrepidtheatre.com for full lineup.

Fantastic Fringe returns

Twelve days of must-see theatre opens Aug 23 - Sept 3 as the Victoria Fringe Festival returns.

  • Jul 27, 2017
The 12-days of must-see theatre at the Victoria Fringe Festival opens Aug 23 until September 3rd. Visit intrepidtheatre.com for full lineup.

Butchart Gardens summer music series delivers

Butchart Gardens summer music series delivers some of the best music around

The Victoria Symphony presents Symphony Splash August 6, in the Inner Harbour.

Symphony set to make a splash

The Victoria Symphony gears up for its 28th Annual Victoria Symphony Splash in the Inner Harbour.

The Victoria Symphony presents Symphony Splash August 6, in the Inner Harbour.

Rough and tumble roller derby gears up for finale

Eves of Destruction roller Derby team talk about the importance of inclusion in the sport

Steven Page, The Chopped Canada champion sits down at Hawk and Hen with Allan Reid.

Steven Page sits down with Monday Magazine to talk all things food

The Chopped Canada Champions give us the scoop on what it's really like in the TV kitchen.

  • Jul 13, 2017
Steven Page, The Chopped Canada champion sits down at Hawk and Hen with Allan Reid.
Former Barenaked Ladies frontman Steven Page talks life in the solo lane.

Steven Page talks life after Barenaked Ladies

Steven Page talks life after Barenaked Ladies and playing with Canadian rock icons The Odds.

  • Jul 12, 2017
Former Barenaked Ladies frontman Steven Page talks life in the solo lane.
Phillips Backyard Weekender kicks off tonight with The Velveteins.

The Phillips Backyard Weekender Picks

This weekend's must see picks for Phillips Backyard Weekender

  • Jul 7, 2017
Phillips Backyard Weekender kicks off tonight with The Velveteins.
Ogden Point Breakwater Barge summer music series returns.

Ogden Point Breakwater Barge summer music series returns

Ogden Point Breakwater Barge summer music series returns

  • Jul 4, 2017
Ogden Point Breakwater Barge summer music series returns.
The Piña Pegu created by Jared Wegenast (Head Bartender at Vis a Vis). It’s made with Tanqueray Gin, Triple Sec, Pineapple Syrup, Lime and Angostura Bitters. Wegenast will also be making a Right Red Barrel made with George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey No. 12, Campari, Maple Syrup, Fee Brothers Peach Bitters and Lemon. Yum!

Chamber’s Soirée Series kicks off at Fort Commons

The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce's Soirée Series kicks off at Fort Commons.

The Piña Pegu created by Jared Wegenast (Head Bartender at Vis a Vis). It’s made with Tanqueray Gin, Triple Sec, Pineapple Syrup, Lime and Angostura Bitters. Wegenast will also be making a Right Red Barrel made with George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey No. 12, Campari, Maple Syrup, Fee Brothers Peach Bitters and Lemon. Yum!
Local instrument maestro plays Sooke show, July 8 at EMCS Community Theatre.

Twenty-year-old Taylor Caspersen to release debut album

Local instrument maestro plays Sooke show July 9 at EMCS Community Theatre

  • Jul 4, 2017
Local instrument maestro plays Sooke show, July 8 at EMCS Community Theatre.
From Left: Dave Lawson - saxophone, Adam Barter - guitar and vocals, Sam Rolfe - drums, Paul Okrainetz: bass.

Victoria’s High Noon To Midnight named winner of Play Tall Trees Contest

Monday Magazine part of all female powerhouse panel for Play Tall Trees Contest at Sugar Nightclub

  • Jun 7, 2017
From Left: Dave Lawson - saxophone, Adam Barter - guitar and vocals, Sam Rolfe - drums, Paul Okrainetz: bass.