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A COVID-19 vaccine is coming. The waiting list will be long.

By Harley Gordon
December 3, 2020

The Pfizer vaccine could be approved within a week. What happens next?


You’re 64 and you’ve spent half your life incarcerated. Where can you call home?

By Anna J. James
December 1, 2020

Capital Daily spent a year following a “lifer” as he navigated the subsidized housing system in BC


North Island ski hill documentary, Frozen in Time, a tale of community when we need it most

By Anna J. James
November 27, 2020

Open two days a week and run by volunteers, Mt. Cain is still ripping ahead despite COVID losses

City Hall

Victoria by-election voting starts next week. Here's what you need to know.

By Omar Washington
November 26, 2020

Ten candidates are vying for Laurel Collins's seat, offering competing policies on housing, transportation, climate change and more.


Local conservation groups launch bid to buy North Pender Island forest

By Emily Fagan
November 26, 2020

Currently owned by a Victoria pair, the 12.95-acre S,DÁYES Flycatcher Forest is home to Coastal Douglas-fir, wetlands, and 35 species of birds


How local athletes are coping with the maddening limbo of the Olympic postponement

By Ben Waterworth
November 19, 2020

It’s a delicate dance to be at one’s peak in time for the games, and a delay can throw that into jeopardy


Where all these new COVID cases are coming from

By Harley Gordon
November 18, 2020

Here is how to avoid the most likely situations for infection


Could passenger rail down the E&N solve Victoria's congestion woes?

By Andrew Findlay
November 14, 2020

By 2038, a drive from Mill Bay to Victoria is expected to take 2 hours and 24 minutes

Furniture Lore

Victoria’s lost IKEA

By Omar Washington
November 13, 2020

For a brief, shining moment in the 1980s, Vancouver Islanders didn’t need to organize elaborate excursions to the mainland to get Swedish flat-packed furniture