Top Story

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

Disaster

What happened the last time "The Big One" hit the West Coast

By Daren Zomerman
November 8, 2020

Preserved by Indigenous oral history, and evidenced by signs of epic violence still visible on the landscape, this is the story of the last time seismic cataclysm came to the lands that are now British Columbia

Immigration

How COVID-19 backlogs are keeping a Saanich family from going to school

By Tori Marlan
November 7, 2020

With Canada experiencing massive backlogs in immigration, newly arrived families across the province could be unable to obtain the documents needed to enrol their kids in school

Forestry

Capital Daily visited the Fairy Creek encampment. Here’s what we found.

By Harley Gordon
November 6, 2020

For two months, a 24-hour blockade has been attempting to stop planned logging of a stand of old-growth near Port Renfrew

Policing

GRAPHS: Is Victoria over-policed? Judge for yourself.

By Snejana Vorona
November 5, 2020

Victoria is one of the most heavily policed cities in Canada. It's also one of the most crime-heavy.

Sex Trade

The secret blacklist intended to keep Victoria sex workers safe

By Anna J. James
November 4, 2020

As many as 1,000 adults offer sexual services in the BC capital

BC Election 2020

The data is in! Our comprehensive breakdown of the 2020 election results

Ad spending, voter turnout and how this would have played out if the Greens' had gotten their proportional representation wishes

Disaster

The doomed ship that haunted a generation

By Tristin Hopper
October 31, 2020

The worst maritime disaster in BC history was also one of its most cruel

Crime

The grisly murder that horrified turn-of-the-century Victoria

By Capital Daily Staff
October 30, 2020

The killing, committed in complete darkness on the Vic West side of the Johnson Street Bridge, drew comparisons to the work of Jack the Ripper