On July 24, Jeff Bray and the DVBA team attended a City of Victoria workshop to discuss how businesses can reduce single-use plastics.Keep Reading
Graffiti, or tagging as it is more commonly called, is out of control in downtown Victoria. It is not a nuisance, it is not art, it is a crime. It’s…Keep Reading
Suzanne is a Victoria local entrenched in our city's fantastic performing arts scene. Watch her Your Place to Be video about why downtown Victoria is her place to be a…Keep Reading
This bright and homey bakery in the heart of Chinatown is a place you can't resist!
Downtown Victoria is full of unexpected and sometimes unconventional restaurants and bars that offer fantastic happy hour food and drink specials. Where to start? How about somewhere new?
Holly Dumbarton, Project Manager of the Food Eco District, tells us all about FED, urban agriculture, and what’s on her plate.
DVBA leader, Jeff Bray, has a monthly column in Black Press. This month, he talked about the fire that surprised our downtown, and how we can rally as a community in support of the affected small businesses.
Whether you’re stuck in a rut at your favourite sushi restaurant or coming up short on your weekend plans, this downtown Victoria bingo might be your guide to explore something new.
Meet Parris and learn a little more about the many hats he wears at the Victoria Public Market and why he says downtown Victoria is his place to be creative.
DVBA Executive Director, Jeff Bray, has started writing a monthly column in Victoria News. See what he wrote this month about downtown Victoria's "urban renaissance".
Ever wondered what the DVBA does? Take a look at our infographic to find out what we have accomplished since we began in 2005.
Mar says downtown Victoria is her place to be a ROMANTIC. She offered a unique perspective on what being a romantic means to her, and why downtown Victoria makes her feel this sense of love.
Becca was invited on the Bike n Bites City Tour and it was a BLAST! If you have family visiting this summer, or you are curious about sustainability, food, history, or simply enjoy being outside, you must take this tour.