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Omicron is upending Vancouver Island hospitals and schools

By Brishti Basu
January 10, 2022

Health workers say they’re stretched past the breaking point, while teachers feel their concerns are ignored

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Victoria author Wendy Proverbs's tween book captures the pain of distance in the Sixties Scoop

By Emily Fagan
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Aggie and Mudgy brings an accessible, unconventional lens to local Indigenous author’s family history


What happened to Poole’s Land?

By Martin Bauman
January 13, 2022

An eco-village and hippie commune awaits its next chapter


‘Moving Day’ film about former Beacon Hill Park residents to premiere to sold-out crowd

By Emily Fagan
January 8, 2022

A year in the making, the Existence Project’s film shows an intimate look at the end of 24/7 sheltering


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Capital Daily readers help raise more than $170,000 for Victoria’s neediest families

By Capital Daily Staff
January 1, 2022

The Capital Daily Holiday Donation Drive surpassed its original goal of $150,000, raising more than $170,000 for local families in need, as part of our collaboration with the United Way Southern Vancouver Island to benefit Neighbourhood Houses in Greater Victoria


In Pictures: 2021 in Victoria

By James MacDonald
December 31, 2021

How Capital Daily saw Victoria this year, from Fairy Creek to abandoned boats to the heat dome


As cold weather persists, Victoria shelters are understaffed

By Ryan Hook
December 30, 2021

Activists and community groups are filling in gaps where government shelters fall short


Sooke Pocket News throttles back after years of battling industry trends

The online publication barely scraped by during its six-year run, even with strong readership


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