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VicPD is recommending two charges against a 42-year-old Esquimalt man for child pornograpahy. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Esquimalt man arrested for child pornography

42-year-old man’s residence searched by VicPD units on Dec. 5

VicPD is recommending two charges against a 42-year-old Esquimalt man for child pornograpahy. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
David Willows wrote a 53-page audit of Victoria’s accessible on-street parking downtown. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Victoria dad laments loss of provincial accessible parking standards

Push for CRD to address regional parking standards

David Willows wrote a 53-page audit of Victoria’s accessible on-street parking downtown. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
‘Fix Canada First’ posters were found pasted to bus stops along Douglas Street in Victoria. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

‘Fix Canada First’ posters found at Victoria bus stops

At least five posters found along Douglas Street

‘Fix Canada First’ posters were found pasted to bus stops along Douglas Street in Victoria. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
CMHC released its latest report on Dec. 10. (Black Press file photo)

Victoria housing starts mostly rentals: CMHC

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation shows housing starts on the rise

CMHC released its latest report on Dec. 10. (Black Press file photo)
Billionaires in B.C. disproportionally benefitted by Canadian tax system, economy researchers say. (Flickr photo)

B.C. billionaires worth 5,845 times average middle-income household

Economists argue for changes to Canadian tax system benefitting rich

Billionaires in B.C. disproportionally benefitted by Canadian tax system, economy researchers say. (Flickr photo)
Watchdog Grumpy Taxpayer$ is giving out candy cane awards to recipients on its nice list. (Pexels photo)

Taxpayer watchdog treats Victoria to candy cane awards

Grumpy Taxpayer$ honours councillors and boards who helped with transparency in 2018

Watchdog Grumpy Taxpayer$ is giving out candy cane awards to recipients on its nice list. (Pexels photo)
The Victoria Disability Resource Centre offers help finding employment in the city. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Job hunt more challenging for disabled Vancouver Islanders

Victoria Disability Resource Centre helps people find jobs

The Victoria Disability Resource Centre offers help finding employment in the city. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Victoria’s first bench-charging station is powered by cycling in Cook St. Village. (Erica Mak photo)

Charge your phone through pedal power with Victoria art installation

Cook St. Village’s urban spinning bench invites users to make a positive impact

Victoria’s first bench-charging station is powered by cycling in Cook St. Village. (Erica Mak photo)
(Black Press file image)

Property assessments to rise again on Vancouver Island

Some areas could see their assessments spike as much as 20 per cent

(Black Press file image)
A special weather statement calls for wet snow and rain on Vancouver Island. (Pixabay)

Wet snow, rain expected on Vancouver Island this weekend

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement on Dec. 7

A special weather statement calls for wet snow and rain on Vancouver Island. (Pixabay)
Jen Dart, the president Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, suggested alternatives to the federal government’s habitat extension. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

B.C. businesses concerned over potential economic loss if whale habitat extended

Marine-based tourism generates more than $1.2 billion to B.C.’s economy each year

Jen Dart, the president Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, suggested alternatives to the federal government’s habitat extension. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Joanne Socrates takes a photo of herself to honour the first two months of her attempt to break the record for the world’s oldest person to sail around the world alone. (Joanne Socrates photo)

Where is the B.C. woman attempting to be the oldest person to sail the world?

B.C. sailor Jeanne Socrates’s potentially record-breaking mission is two-months underway

Joanne Socrates takes a photo of herself to honour the first two months of her attempt to break the record for the world’s oldest person to sail around the world alone. (Joanne Socrates photo)
The City of Victoria is considering instating a disposable straw ban. (Pixabay)

Some readers say no to proposed plastic straw ban in Victoria

Many hightlight issues with alternatives, requirements of people with disabilities

The City of Victoria is considering instating a disposable straw ban. (Pixabay)
BC Ferries will be providing paper straws aboard all vessels, while still providing plastic straws on request from passengers. (Black Press file photo)

BC Ferries to switch to paper straws

Vessels will still carry some plastic straws for passengers who ask

BC Ferries will be providing paper straws aboard all vessels, while still providing plastic straws on request from passengers. (Black Press file photo)
Ogden Point is Victoria’s cruise ship terminal, and may also be the location of a new spill response vessel financed by Kinder Morgan Canada if the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion proceeds. (Western Canada Marine Response Corp.)

Feds help fund $6.8 million Ogden Point extension

Victoria’s cruise ship passenger port to accommodate larger vessels

Ogden Point is Victoria’s cruise ship terminal, and may also be the location of a new spill response vessel financed by Kinder Morgan Canada if the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion proceeds. (Western Canada Marine Response Corp.)
Vancouver Island’s priciest condo fetches $10.79M

Vancouver Island’s priciest condo fetches $10.79M

Customs House penthouse eclipses previous $7M sale in same building

Vancouver Island’s priciest condo fetches $10.79M
Luxury B.C. condo fetches $10.79M

Luxury B.C. condo fetches $10.79M

Victoria penthouse eclipses previous $7M sale in same building

Luxury B.C. condo fetches $10.79M
Victoria Hospice gets another match-donation from anonymous donor

Victoria Hospice gets another match-donation from anonymous donor

Palliative care organization could raise another $100,000 by the end of 2018

Victoria Hospice gets another match-donation from anonymous donor
Alan Mullen met B.C. legislature speaker while he was working as a correctional manager at Kent Institution in Agassiz. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

Man behind B.C. legislature probe previously fired from casino security job

Speaker Darryl Plecas suggested Alan Mullen become the interim sergeant at arms, a position he had just investigated

Alan Mullen met B.C. legislature speaker while he was working as a correctional manager at Kent Institution in Agassiz. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
Two BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Victoria and Lower Mainland

Two BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Victoria and Lower Mainland

Company says ship is experiencing mechanical difficulty morning of Nov. 28

Two BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Victoria and Lower Mainland