Kristyn Anthony

Croatia loses in World Cup final, Victoria fans still jubilant

“We’re just a small little country, we only have 4.5 million people, and look how far we’ve come.”

Victoria man in custody after multiple unprovoked assaults downtown

One man taken to hospital with broken nose, hand injury

Electric BC Transit bus officially joins Victoria fleet

Fully electric, zero emissions vehicle first of its kind to go into regular service in B.C.

Local artists dress up bus shelters across Victoria

‘Commute’ installation part of Create Victoria Arts and Culture Master Plan

TURF WAR: Victoria bike rental outfits wheelie not down with U-bicycle

City’s allowance for dockless bike share company creates uneven playing field: local operator

Victoria area athlete wins BC Athletic Achievement Award

Michael Langridge won two Special Olympic World Games gold medals this spring

UPDATED: Body found floating in waters off North Saanich Marina

Investigators say too early to tell if death deemed suspicious

WATCH: Canada Day across Victoria

Thousands of Canadians took part in events across the region on nation’s holiday

Fish farm protestors in Victoria use Canada Day event to voice opposition

“We’re here to today to draw attention to the responsibility the federal government has to make true reconciliation happen.”

UVic Transgender Archives named one of top LGBTQ museums worldwide

Archives one of just two Canadian collections to make the list, ranking 7th place

Decision to ride her bike sends woman to Portugal

Malene Foyd logged 49km cycling to work with the Ministry of Environment; “I always bike to work, rain or shine.”

Victoria man in custody after downtown stabbing

Officers arrested suspect without incident

Victoria woman heads up city’s first LGBTQ choir

Judith Quinlan aims to connect generations, gender identities through music

Victoria hospital at the forefront of cardiac research

25,000 procedures performed at Royal Jubilee since 1973, along with clinical trials, research

Supreme Court rules social housing residents in B.C. deserve rights too

Tenants trying to stabilize their living situations should not face less legal rights than those paying market rates: Judge

Victoria man arrested for sexual assault on BC Transit bus

Incident took place downtown, in broad daylight in front of fellow passengers

PHOTOS: 120th Annual Victoria Day Parade

Check out the photo gallery, watch our live feed of the festivities

Fort Macaulay historical event a chance to stroll through Esquimalt’s past

Local historian says interest in the military site is growing, and there’s many tales to tell

Something ‘Supernatural’ heads to the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

New exhibition opens May 19, expoloring the relationship between nature and technology

Victoria Day Parade returns to celebrate 120 years

F18 Hornets to honour #HumboldtStrong with first ever fly past, kicking off parade