The demise of the Humboldt “Innovation Tree” leads a citizen to investigate the City’s decision-making.
If a BC Supreme Court finding is correct, Victorians need to demand assurances from the City of Victoria about the safety of its water.
Probably not, according to a 2013 AECOM study that was available to bridge engineers as they designed the structure’s main pier.
They’ve been found—all 271 of them.
Is recycling enough, or should we ban some plastics completely?
Changes are happening, but renters and their advocates are demanding further protection.
LNG Canada’s lobbying wins $6-plus billion payout.
A forestry conference invited Forestry Minister Doug Donaldson to give a keynote address. He talked and ran.
How is a metals manufacturing plant in the midst of a fish-bearing estuary even possible?
Are broken bones “hiding in plain sight” of heartburn meds?
The artist, an immigrant from Iraq, proves the creative spirit can rise above the brutal ugliness of war.
The Bateman Foundation’s new vision comes into focus.
A Victoria vocalist brings his stylings to the spotlight at JazzFest.
Hapax Theatre has ambitions for a long life in Victoria.
Do those of us who behave immodestly do so because we resent our mortality?
A molting elephant seal on Gonzales Beach offered lessons in nature and an occasion for friendship.
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Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic
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