Kendra Crighton

Victoria HarbourCats give away funeral to lucky fan

Just in case you die of excitment, all the bases are covered

U.S. college bribery scandal shines light on serious problem in Canada

Looking at the bigger picture of marginalization in universities

Kids found playing darts with syringes in Vancouver Island park

Saanich police is urging people to throw out their syringes properly and safely

Kids found playing darts with syringes in Vancouver Island park

Saanich police is urging people to throw out their syringes properly and safely

Study highlights critical impacts of housing market in Victoria

76 % feel they will be forced to leave Victoria due to housing insecurity

Saanich student caddie receives $250,000 scholarship from Victoria Golf Club

Reynolds student impressed the selection committee with her grades, volunteering and poetry

Octogenerian sentenced to time in the community for 40-year-old sex assaults

Man in his 80s will serve a conditional sentence in the community

Sentence handed down for sex assaults committed more than 30 years ago

Man in his 80s will serve a conditional sentence in the community

Man enters unlocked B.C. home with knife, sexually assaults 22-year-old

Investigation ongoing after woman sexually assaulted in Greater Victoria early Sunday morning

Double-digit daytime temperatures in the forecast all week

Monday’s Island high could be 18 C in Port Alberni

Man enters unlocked Saanich home with knife, sexually assaults 22-year-old

Investigation ongoing after woman sexually assaulted in Gordon Head early Sunday morning

Archie comic characters Betty, Veronica and FP Jones visit Victoria 23 years apart

Old comic shows Riverdale’s favourite friends outside prominent Victoria landmarks

Victoria one step closer to tiny homes

Mayor Lisa Helps wants to see them in backyards everywhere within three years

Happy Pi Day: How pie, Einstein and Stephen Hawking connect

National Pi Day declared in 2009

Canadian government announces more than $300,000 to research right-wing extremism

Plan includes interviews with former and current extremists

B.C.’s best young curlers square off at Juan de Fuca Centre

2019 B.C. U18 Curling Championships runs until March 17 in Colwood

200 tremors recorded near Vancouver Island due to ‘tectonic dance’

The tremors were not felt but provide useful information to scientists

200 tremors recorded near Vancouver Island due to ‘tectonic dance’

The tremors were not felt but provide useful information to scientists

VicPD recovers more than $35,000 from international online money scam

Victims have been identified in Ontario, New York, Wisconsin and New Jersey

Esquimalt tops B.C. farmers markets for second straight year

Kyle Goulet, executive director of Moss Street Market, named Partner of the Year