Canada Day and Victoria's Pride week are coming up quick! Here are a few ways to celebrate while maintaining physical distancing, yet still enjoying the festivities.
This Sunday, June 21 marks both Father's Day and National Indigenous Peoples Day. Celebrate the occasions with some quality time learning, reading, engaging, and exploring in downtown Victoria.
As Victoria continues to reopen with new safety measures in place, more small businesses are welcoming people back to their shops and services. Read about updates to transit, fun activities to do downtown, and how the City is planning on making more space for patios and pedestrians.
After the Victoria Day long weekend, more of Downtown Victoria's businesses, facilities, and services will begin to safely reopen to customers, patients, and clients.
Even though museums, libraries, and other learning institutions are closed to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic, there's still virtual learning to be had from home thanks to these Victoria organizations.
With the ongoing public health emergency, we wanted to provide a list of resources to make use of during this challenging time. See an overview of federal, provincial, and municipal support services and find the information you need when it comes to COVID-19.
Lorna Ketler of Bodacious Clothing in downtown Victoria shares her experiences as a business owner for over 20 years, talking about her motivation, passion, and advice for other business owners as part of our series for International Women's Day and Women's History Month 2020.
Here are a few volunteer opportunities over the next five weeks! From Lights of Wonder Greeters to Gingerbread Ambassadors, there's something for everyone.