Women recorded in Saanich grocery bathroom get class-action certification

By Cameron Welch
March 16, 2023

Convicted former staffer and Red Barn workplace will face suit from multiple victims


Canada tells Durkin to go home

By Tori Marlan
January 27, 2023

Immigration board doubts Durkin was “unsuspecting dupe” in ponzi scheme, orders deportation


Laurel Collins joins Victoria woman's fight to change publication ban rules on sexual assault

Jordyn Haukaas
December 8, 2022

Currently, survivors can face charges or custody for speaking out about their own cases


They dreamed of Canada. But they were scammed

By Michael John Lo
November 20, 2022

Qinhua Lu was falsely promised a foothold in Canada. Hundreds of thousands of dollars later, she’s still in immigration limbo


Corrections document shows why a violent prison escapee was transferred to minimum-security William Head

By Tori Marlan
August 18, 2022

A warden overrode Zachary Armitage’s risk classification to allow his transfer to William Head from a medium-security prison, according to a restricted internal report. Now he’s on trial for a murder allegedly committed during his escape.


Saanich shootout was in a cell phone blackout area

By Jimmy Thomson
July 4, 2022

Telus tower has been down for weeks—and one resident’s 9-1-1 calls for a suspected heart attack were dropped


Neighbours report new shelter-in-place order, one person in custody, as Saanich bank robbery investigation continues

Saanich Police are appealing to the public for information on a white 1992 Toyota Camry