Mark Brennae


Craigdarroch Castle unveils its new, old kitchen

Mark Brennae
Oct 18, 2023

Following a soft opening in the summer, the caretakers of Craigdarroch Castle officially unveil the first phase of their kitchen restorations


As COVID cases surge once again, parents are asking how clean is the air in our schools?

Mark Brennae
Oct 17, 2023

Ensuring the air is clean in our classrooms is one component that would help to prevent a 'tripledemic' of COVID-19, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the flu, according to Protect Our Province BC


If you can stand the heat, Camosun has a kitchen for you

Mark Brennae
Oct 8, 2023

College waves fees, offers all the gear, even a bus pass


Saanich, Victoria, Oak Bay directed to build 10,176 housing units

Mark Brennae
Sep 26, 2023

We now know how many new homes the BC government is directing the province’s most housing-starved municipalities—including Victoria, Saanich and Oak Bay—to build within the next five years.


Victoria Symphony scores with song for miniseries Bones of Crows

Mark Brennae
Sep 22, 2023

The first segment of the five-part miniseries that has been called Canada’s version of Roots, the iconic 1977 mini-series that explored Black slavery in the United States, aired earlier this week.


Porter Airlines Swoops into YYJ for travellers to Toronto

Mark Brennae
Sep 20, 2023

Seventeen years after it first took off, Porter has landed in Victoria


From the mouths of parents to the ears of babes

Mark Brennae
Sep 18, 2023

It's important for parents to read to their children


Doggone debate takes 2-week break in Saanich

Mark Brennae
Sep 14, 2023

Dog owners say the Saanich council needs to take more than a two-week pause to assess the public’s perception of a proposal to limit areas where pets can roam freely in district parks.