This tree is eleven feet wide and ranks tenth in the Big Tree Registry in British Columbia.
It will be used to commercialize marine renewable energy technologies and find more environmentally friendly transportation solutions.
Though the number of beavers is in the single digits, their dams have caused water to build up behind a man-made dam, threatening its structural integrity.
The numbers could pick up as the run continues, but the sharp decline is worrying.
'Tis the season to bundle up in your coziest sweaters, and cocoon yourself in your favourite blanket.
A new study in Nature warns that Southern Resident killer whales are at risk of extinction.
If you've been wanting to switch to a zero waste lifestyle but didn't know where to start, here's your chance to find out more!
Authorities have decided to resume normal operations of the storm water collection system.
Time to break out the mason jars!
Legal and environmental groups across British Columbia urged local governments to send climate accountability letters earlier this year.
So far, no air quality warnings have been issued.
A group of First Nations people, led by hereditary Chief Ernest Alexander Alfred, has peacefully occupied a salmon farm. Located 17km east of Alert Bay, near Swanson...
Fish farm owners blamed high tides due to the solar eclipse, but that explanation doesn't seem to hold water.
The hiring of an external counsel and First Nations consultations mark the government's first major steps towards preventing the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Wildfire smoke has drifted over Victoria, making for some beautiful photos but also reducing our air quality considerably.
Lab results from the creek confirmed the presence of fecal coliform and e-coli.
If you've been outside in Victoria today, you'll notice that our regularly scheduled blue-sky programming has been interrupted by a smoky haze. We've compiled a collection...
Smoke has started to creep over the Georgia Strait.
"There could be [great white sharks] in B.C. waters if we maintain the status quo and do not mitigate carbon emissions," said William Cheung, a UBC Associate Professor.
Want to explore Southern Vancouver Island this summer? Look no further. The Pacific Marine Circle Route offers a phenomenal day or weekend trip through plenty...
The BC Lung Association revealed that Sulphur Dioxide levels in James Bay have hit a record low.
Looking for new hiking route this summer? The Capital Regional District (CRD) has got your back. The Sooke Hills Wilderness Trail is now open for...
We're not the only buzz in town!
Do us all a favour, and keep your butts off the beach!
Some Saanich residents had an unexpectedly eventful weekend
Watch Sidney's unlikeliest foster family in action!
If you’re in the area on May 13th, head on down to Cadboro Bay to help your community.
The final day of September will bring a rare lunar event that hasn't occurred since March of 2014, a Black Moon. We’ve got blue moons...
According to the Pacific Whale Watch Association there has been an unprecedented number sightings of large groups of humpback whales near Victoria recently. Humpback whales were...
On Sunday, June 05, Victoria Buzz took part in the annual Whale Researcher Tour with Eagle Wing Whale Watching Tours as part of World Oceans Day...
British Columbians from throughout the province will be turning off lights and powering down electronics during Earth Hour 2016. Saturday, March 19, 2016, between 8:30...
As a part of Uvic Ideasfest, a presentation and panel discussion on hydro-climatic change in B.C. is being held tonight, March 10, titled, "Hotter, Drier...
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