Opinion: A four-part plan to revive downtown Victoria

By Jeremy Caradonna
April 25, 2022

From housing to supporting small businesses, there are concrete and simple steps we can take to bring downtown Victoria back


The pickleball coup

By Ben Mussett
February 8, 2022

How the struggle for control of a Gulf Island's racquet racket led to a local organized revolt


‘Should not have happened’: new documents outline potentially catastrophic failures in Danbrook One design

by Aaron Guillen
July 22, 2021

What went wrong with Langford’s tallest high-rise, and how tenants were allowed to move into an unsafe building


Langford is nearly 30 years old and has only elected one mayor

by Aaron Guillen
April 6, 2021

Residents are now raising concerns about rapid development and the future of council


Victoria's amalgamation frustration: why there are still 13 municipalities in BC's capital

By Daren Zomerman
January 19, 2021

The absurdities of the Capital Regional District's municipal patchwork are real—but so are the arguments for decentralized power


Victoria Housing Non-Profit Accused of Funnelling Resources into 2018 Municipal Campaign

Sean Craig
February 24, 2020

Victoria Tenant Action Group says there was no “deliberate coordination” with Together Victoria council slate