John Craven Jones taught for a decade without pay to help educate island kids of all races
First Nations across BC are seeking to repatriate items from the Royal BC Museum. This is what the process has been for the Haíłzaqv, Huu-ay-aht, and Tseshaht nations.
The Takata family left some of their possessions, including a piano, with friends in Victoria when they were forced into an internment camp in 1942
Kunji Ikeda’s show, Sansei, explores his family’s connection to the Japanese internment camps
Blossoming trees like cherry and plum account for nearly one in four public trees in Victoria
Generations of born-and-raised Victorians spoke like they were from England, but this local accent is nearly extinct
In Canada's oldest Chinatown, a community that has faced discrimination since its inception reckons with it today
Big cats and small children played together at Hertel’s zoo. Escapes were commonplace. Then the inevitable happened