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Victoria man collects 28 bags of trash along two-kilometre stretch of highway

20-year-old spent 12 hours collecting garbage near Thetis Lake

QUIZ: A celebration of dogs

These are the dog days of summer. How much do you know about dogs?

Ucluelet dedicates off-leash dog park

‘Dogs need a space to run’

VIDEO: Soaring above Mount Washington

Longest zip line on Vancouver Island officially open

New exhibit at Point Ellice House examines history of waste, water and privilege

Night soil scavengers in the 19th century would collect human waste and dump it around the city

Retired Ladysmith master mariner publishes memoir of a life at sea

John Anderson’s book: Of Times and Tides is a vivid memoir of decades in the shipping industry

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Garden-sharing map connects Victoria landowners and gardeners

U-Map created by Young Agrarians after COVID-19 created uptick in garden matching requests

‘Tarantula moth’ spotted in broad daylight in Victoria

Polyphemus moths are one of the largest insects in B.C.

Vancouver Island cops get ‘ninja’d’ and they are ‘touched’ by the gesture

Nootka Sound RCMP in Gold River received a goody basket anonymously even as cops elsewhere are under scanner for police brutality

Comox Valley father designs custom motorbike sidecar for son’s grad cruise

Every parent wants their child’s graduation to be something special. Tim Carlson…

Online LGBTQ exhibits to enjoy during Pride month

Art, artifacts and history to see during Pride month

What’s in a name? Ladysmith’s historical streets re-examined

Several streets in downtown Ladysmith are named after generals that served in the Boer War

Campbell River’s Rosebowl Restaurant closes after 50 years

Three generations of the Fong family have worked in the space

Spirit Orca swimmers tackle 80-kilometre Peninsula swim for COVID-19 relief

Greater Victoria swimming group starts eight-day challenge July 1

Logger Mike now Campbell River’s public health “mask-ot”

Logger Mike has a new look for 2020. Campbell River’s larger-than-life downtown…

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Victoria duo tackles food insecurity in Victoria with burlap sack gardens

Palenke Greens initiative an homage to Black and Indigenous connections

Oak Bay couple might have world’s tallest foxglove

Duo pleased with 11-foot Digitalus purpurea