Travis Paterson

In 1976, competitive skateboarding took off in B.C.

‘California had excess skateboards and they dumped them here, in Canada’

Broken bones and buried parks: Stories of skateboarding’s beginning in Victoria and Vancouver

Part 2: Earliest skate parks were buried in Esquimalt, Saanich and West Vancouver

Teenage Island rugby star back from international tour

Flyhalf Max Abercrombie on track with Rugby Canada U18 program

Unbuilders demolishing old homes in a sustainable way

New Vancouver Island ‘deconstruction’ company breaks down heritage houses by hand

Oak Bay police take down alleged bike thief

Soaking wet with no socks, man heads home after two days on meth

Broken bones and buried parks: Stories of skateboarding’s beginning in Victoria and Vancouver

Part 2: Earliest skate parks were buried in Esquimalt, Saanich and West Vancouver

Oak Bay urban wildlife photographer awarded for cutting edge research

Wildlife society uses motion-sensor cameras to track deer

Christmas 1978, parents lined up to buy skateboards at the Saanich Skatewave

Revisiting the wonder and mystery of the Saanich Skatepark, buried and broken

VI Free Daily videographer leads Island-made film

Vancouver Island filmmakers, writer partner for feature film

Boxing Day hockey tourney returns to Oak Bay

The 11th annual tournament is an Oak Bay tradition

Ever wonder what ‘free parking’ is going to cost you?

On-street parking spot along Victoria bikeway estimated at $21,441 each, based on land value

Water-based property crime has Oak Bay police on alert

Police used citizen boat to recover goods

Cadboro Bay’s latest wreck sinks in Oak Bay waters

Viable boat quickly becoming derilict, notes resident

Adopted grandmother to murdered Oak Bay girls shares her grief

Andrew Berry faces an automatic life sentence; judge expected to deliver a parole decision Thursday

Old Farm Market is new, and open, in Oak Bay

Store thrives on fresh produce and ready to serve hot dishes

Oak Bay’s dwindling population is rapidly aging

Housing Needs Study says Oak Bay facing a shortfall of 349 bedrooms

Royal Jubilee getting 15 new end-of-life care beds

New patient beds in hospice and acute palliative care to be in place by spring 2020

Newest piece of public art arrives on Oak Bay Avenue

Contest opens to rename ‘Stickman’ driftwood sculpture

Vancouver Islanders converting front yards to food production

Front yard redevelopment transforming urban dwellers from consumers, to producers

B.C. Transit saves $300,000, scores 28 used fareboxes from California

‘Someone joked maybe we can buy used fareboxes on eBay,’ CEO says