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The City of Colwood has re-opened most public garbage cans. (Twitter/City of Colwood)

Colwood re-opens most public garbage cans

Garbage cans were closed in March to help stop spread of COVID-19

The City of Colwood has re-opened most public garbage cans. (Twitter/City of Colwood)
West Shore RCMP is tackling gang violence around restaurants and nightclubs with a new program, expected by summer 2020. The program will give the power to local business owners to deny or remove ‘inadmissible patrons’ through their doors. (Black Press Media file photo)

West Shore RCMP program targets gang presence at local bars and restaurants

Inadmissible patron program set to rollout by summer 2020

West Shore RCMP is tackling gang violence around restaurants and nightclubs with a new program, expected by summer 2020. The program will give the power to local business owners to deny or remove ‘inadmissible patrons’ through their doors. (Black Press Media file photo)
Colwood’s Shawn Kosmuk Restores 1969 Ford Mustang

Colwood’s Shawn Kosmuk Restores 1969 Ford Mustang

Classic car celebrates 50 years with a new look

  • Feb 11, 2019
Colwood’s Shawn Kosmuk Restores 1969 Ford Mustang
The World of Artist Julia Trops

The World of Artist Julia Trops

Art and Activism mix in life of Colwood painter and sculptor

  • Feb 4, 2019
The World of Artist Julia Trops
The stairs in Latoria Creek Park will cost $325,000 to replace. If Colwood receives a grant from the government, the city will pay $87,000 to replace them. (Photo courtesy of City of Colwood)

Readers find $325,000 price tag for Colwood park stairs to be “obscene”

City of Colwood says replacing Latoria Creek Park stairs will cost $325,000

The stairs in Latoria Creek Park will cost $325,000 to replace. If Colwood receives a grant from the government, the city will pay $87,000 to replace them. (Photo courtesy of City of Colwood)
Deborah George, Pacifica Housing board member, shares letters written to Pacifica from people who have lived in their rental housing and have been able to get back on their feet. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)

UPDATED: More rental homes under construction in Colwood

New housing project underway on Sooke Road for families, seniors and people with disabilities

Deborah George, Pacifica Housing board member, shares letters written to Pacifica from people who have lived in their rental housing and have been able to get back on their feet. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)
For the last six months Colwood teenagers Morgan Lessard (left to right), Parker Gale, Myles Moshuk (not pictured) and nine-year-old Ty Skaalrud have been building a mountain bike track next to the Galloping Goose off Aldeane Avenue. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Colwood boys who built own bike track, invited to mountain bike camp

Langford’s Adam Walker moved to action after CRD dismantles track

For the last six months Colwood teenagers Morgan Lessard (left to right), Parker Gale, Myles Moshuk (not pictured) and nine-year-old Ty Skaalrud have been building a mountain bike track next to the Galloping Goose off Aldeane Avenue. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
For the last six months Colwood teenagers Morgan Lessard (left to right), Parker Gale, Myles Moshuk (not pictured) and nine-year-old Ty Skaalrud have been building a mountain bike track next to the Galloping Goose off Aldeane Avenue.                                (Kendra Wong                                /News Gazette staff)

Kids build track, government takes it down

CRD dismantles homemade mountain bike course in Colwood, citing safety concerns

For the last six months Colwood teenagers Morgan Lessard (left to right), Parker Gale, Myles Moshuk (not pictured) and nine-year-old Ty Skaalrud have been building a mountain bike track next to the Galloping Goose off Aldeane Avenue.                                (Kendra Wong                                /News Gazette staff)
Victoria Flower Count has tallied the numbers and Colwood wins “bloomingest” title for the fifth straight year. (Keri Coles/Black Press)

Colwood wins Victoria Flower Count for a five-peat

The 43rd annual Flower Count had over three billion blossoms counted in total

Victoria Flower Count has tallied the numbers and Colwood wins “bloomingest” title for the fifth straight year. (Keri Coles/Black Press)