This spring the Plaskett Telescope, located on Observatory Hill in Saanich, marked 100 years.
There is so much to see and to do, and much of it is free or low cost.
Let’s suppose that you’ve been toying idly with the idea of adding a few more native plants to your garden, perhaps with the laudable aim of helping out local pollinators.
Unnecessary and Too Many Crosswalks
A Close Call
To live together freely and honestly, we must establish a culture based on Truth and Reconciliation. Respect for and appreciation of differences lead to understanding and inclusion. In a society that has been broken by historical unjust practices, certain redresses must occur.
The seemingly endless daylight hours of summer should be filled with sunburns, icy cold ocean swims and new island adventures. There is no one more eager to accompany you for all of these things than your faithful four-legged companion. But before you run out the door, leash in tow, make sure you are both ready.
Carson Sage is passionate about the power of bikes and what they can do for people.
The chapter co-founder of Victoria’s Cycling Without Age lights up when you ask him why he and his neighbours decided to buy a custom cargo bike to cruise through the streets of James Bay with seniors from Beckley Farms Lodge care facility as part of the program.
In 1913 a house went up at 126 Douglas. For sale by its builder, it was beautifully finished with a decorative board and plaster exterior. The building was a large storey-and-a-half dwelling, set in a treed yard with a view of Beacon Hill Park.
In a small space on Humboldt Street, the Maritime Museum continues to create new exhibits and programs in spite of their challenging circumstances.
A fellow and his dog dropped by the Beacon office the other day. Trevor is vision impaired; Woodie, a black lab, is his service dog.
On May 25, the day before the official opening of the sxʷeŋxʷəŋ təŋəxʷ James Bay Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library, Gwawaenuk Nation author and trainer Bob Joseph gave a presentation on his new book “21 Things You May Not Know About The Indian Act”.
Sunny weather at Irving Park made a successful day at the James Bay Neighbourhood Association Garden Committee's Annual Spring Plant Swap & Sale.
City staff discussed development of the city's climate leadership plan with James Bay residents at the June 13, 2018 monthly meeting of the James Bay Neighbourhood Association (JBNA) after a brief CALUC meeting.
Let’s start with two questions:
Do you like going out to a café?
Would it be helpful for the co-op to make nursing services available through partner organizations?
The spring sitting of the Legislature has concluded and our government has been hard at work for the people of B.C. We've focused attention on a range of pressing issues including health care, education, mental health and addictions, transportation and a strong economy.
I remember the year we started our market garden farm. My daughter was six years old and it was the end of summer. We had harvested the last of our own cucumbers, so I went to the grocery store and bought one.