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Robert Amos: Every photo tells a story about artist’s roots

Robert Amos: Every photo tells a story about artist’s roots

Eli Hirtle, Denendeh, Polychrome Fine Art, 977-A Fort St., 250-382-2787, polychromefinearts.com , until March 31. Eli Hirtle is young, tall and well-spoken.

Nellie McClung: Parliamentary Library twice burned by history

This column first appeared in the Victoria Daily Times on March 25, 1939.
Our History: Emily Carr a woman ahead of her time

Our History: Emily Carr a woman ahead of her time

In Emily Carr: The Incredible Life and Adventures of a West Coast Artist, author Cat Klerks demonstrates that despite numerous setbacks and the disapproval of family and society, Emily Carr proved to be a woman ahead of her time.
Spring, the sweet spring

Spring, the sweet spring

With today being the first official day of spring, many people will soon be turning their thoughts to their yards and gardens — and to cultivating flowers and greenery to beautify their surroundings.
Our Community: Make a wish, help fulfil a dream

Our Community: Make a wish, help fulfil a dream

You can make a blue wish this month and help children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses experience their dreams. The B.C.
Around Town: Victoria Imax theatre shows off new technology

Around Town: Victoria Imax theatre shows off new technology

Imax Corp.’s “go big or go home” philosophy took on a new dimension during the launch of its new dual 4k laser projection system with 3-D at Imax Victoria. Theatre director Paul Wild and his team pulled out all the stops at Royal B.C.
Clover Point

Clover Point

To say a sewage-treatment plant at Clover Point is facing an uphill battle is an understatement. Unlike Esquimalt, this is a waterfront park that, curiously, is zoned residential.
Rock Bay

Rock Bay

Still in the mix as a fallback is the former B.C. Hydro/Transport Canada property in Rock Bay, which is to be transferred to the Esquimalt and Songhees First Nations. A single plant at Rock Bay, with an estimated cost of $1.
Macaulay Point

Macaulay Point

Capital Regional District staff say the land owned by the CRD at Macaulay Point is not large enough to support a wastewater treatment plant.
McLoughlin Point

McLoughlin Point

While Esquimalt’s McLoughlin Point is already zoned for a sewage treatment plant, there’s no guarantee the township will allow one to be built there.