Young leaders: fresh faces gather at the BC Legislature for annual youth parliament

By Emily Vance
December 30, 2022

Ninety-seven young people from across the province are in Victoria for the annual British Columbia Youth Parliament


Government-affiliated group casts a shadow over Chinese student dissent at UVic

By Michael John Lo
December 15, 2022

Their dissent is subtle, due to concerns regarding a state-linked student group on campus. But it hasn't always been this way


BC quietly removes all requirement to self-isolate when COVID-positive

By Jimmy Thomson
November 18, 2022

The change marks the end of mandatory COVID-19 public health measures in the province, but was not prominently featured in any government communication


How Greater Victoria candidates are preparing for another pandemic election

By Jolene Rudisuela
April 11, 2022

Adaptability is top of mind for municipal candidates as they get ready for election day on Oct. 15


'Who cares' about access to information? Murray Rankin used to

The MLA and cabinet minister has a long history of fighting for access to information. Now it's being tainted by his own government


Election 2021: Taking on housing

By Arrthy Thayaparan
September 1, 2021

In one of Canada's hottest housing markets, how the major parties are going to offer a leg up


Election 2021: Meet your Cowichan-Malahat-Langford candidates

By Capital Daily Staff
August 31, 2021

Candidates spoke to Capital Daily about their priorities, from housing to the opioid crisis—and we asked them all for their climate solutions