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VicPD Co-Response Team showing early success 

Last month, the Victoria Police Department (VicPD) implemented the Co-response Team (CRT) and, according to Chief Del Manak, the team is already seeing success. 
Photo via UVic, sourced from @universityofvictoria on Instagram.

December snowstorm affects student’s return home for the holidays

A massive snowstorm wreaked havoc on the Victoria community just days before the start of the holidays. UVic closed its doors and cancelled all in-person exams on Dec. 20, 21,…
dumpster diving

UVic students are dumpster diving to save money and reduce food waste

Rising food costs and environmental concerns are leading some students to dig deep into dumpsters, creating a community of urban scavengers trying to reduce Victoria’s food waste and their own…

Vancouver preventative sexual assault program makes its way to Victoria

Good Night Out is helping raise awareness about, respond to, and prevent sexualized and gender-based violence in Victoria’s nightlife scene.
Capitol 6 fig tree, photo by Atum Beckett.

What’s happening to the Capitol 6 fig tree?

The construction of a new commercial building to replace Capitol 6 Theatres downtown has been approved, and it has left the fate of its iconic indoor fiddle-leaf fig tree a…
Graphic sourced from The Victoria Foundation.

Victoria Vital Signs report shows key concerns for residents

There are many factors that create a healthy and prosperous community. While understanding these factors may be complex, identifying community member satisfaction is a good place to start. That’s exactly…
Camosun college

Reporting Resilience lecture: Journalists talk challenging colonialism in the media

Camosun College welcomed journalist Jenessa Joy Klukas and photojournalist Mike Graeme on Oct. 26 for the guest talk "Reporting Resilience!" 
Iranian protest at the BC Legislative Building, photo by Isabella Kennedy.

UVic students speaking out, raising awareness for Iran

In September, massive protests began in Iran and have spread like wildfire throughout the world.
UVSD team, photo by Karley Sider.

UVic students to blast new-tech satellite into space

The UVSD team is made up of students whose mission is to create an engaging and accepting space for other students to learn about the steps it takes to send…

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