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Robert Amos: Artist ‘just wants to have fun’

Robert Amos: Artist ‘just wants to have fun’

Mary Conley is a wonderful artist. A small sample of her work is part of a group show by students of Nancy Slaght.

Nellie McClung: Why Canada must be ready to go down with the ship

This column first appeared in the Victoria Daily Times on March 4, 1939.
Learning lessons through loss

Learning lessons through loss

An accessible and supportive program for youth experiencing loss is reaching a wider audience, thanks to funding from the Victoria Foundation.
Theatre gives volunteers a chance to hone skills

Theatre gives volunteers a chance to hone skills

Langham Court Theatre is re-energizing its mandate to provide theatrical learning with a Volunteer Learning Program, funded by the Victoria Foundation.

A night to have a vital discussion

How do you know when you’re spending your time and money on the right things? That you’re putting your efforts in the right areas, and not barking up the wrong tree? These questions are just as important for charities and non-profits as they are for
Liquefaction danger puts some capital region homes at risk

Liquefaction danger puts some capital region homes at risk

In the wake of news of an Esquimalt backyard slipping into the Gorge Waterway, a University of Victoria geography professor is warning that others are at risk.

How to reduce the unstable-soil hazard

Homeowners can mitigate some of the problems of building near cliff edges, even where soil is unstable, says a geotechnical engineer. Richard Brimmell of Brimmell Engineering Ltd.
Our Community: Anti-bullying campaign goes pink

Our Community: Anti-bullying campaign goes pink

Bricklayers with Rob Tournour Masonry laid down their tools at all their job sites Wednesday morning in support of Pink Shirt Day.

2016 cruise ship schedule

The season starts on April 3 when the Star Princess docks at Ogden Point and ends at midnight Oct. 17, when the Westerdam departs.
Pop-culture classic rolls into Royal B.C. Museum

Pop-culture classic rolls into Royal B.C. Museum

Last week, John Lennon’s elaborately painted Rolls-Royce rolled out of storage and into the lobby of the Royal B.C. Museum. Lennon bought the car in 1964, and in 1967 commissioned artist Steve Weaver to paint a floral design over the basic black.