November 27, 2020
Shared from the Victoria Police Department Victoria, BC – VicPD Inspector Michael Brown will be taking over leadership of our Esquimalt Division. While he officially doesn’t take the reins until Inspector Keith Lindner retires on January 31st, Michael is already in the process of moving his office to the Esquimalt Division building. “Esquimalt is a unique and special community,” Inspector Michael... Read more
November 26, 2020
News release For immediate release   A creative online tool will help Esquimalt residents and businesses see how their actions, as well as the township’s, can impact greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This is the next phase of building Esquimalt’s Community Climate Mitigation Plan and the township is looking for community input. “It is important that we involve residents as we work to reach our... Read more
November 26, 2020
Neighbours helping neighbours The Township and CUPE staff are collecting food in support of Esquimalt Neighbourhood House. Non-perishable food donations are being accepted from November 25 to December 18 at Township of Esquimalt Public Works Yard and the Esquimalt branch of the public library.  Donations can also be left out for pick-up. On normal garbage pickup days, residents can place non-... Read more
November 9, 2020
News release For immediate release Esquimalt, BC—For the past six years, local businesses and non-profits have delighted visitors with an array of creative and fantastical Christmas trees set on display at the Esquimalt Recreation Centre and Archie Browning Sports Centre. Trees are voted on by the public in a friendly competition and garner thousands of visitors every year. This year, the... Read more
November 6, 2020
We are coming on a meaningful time of year for Canadians from coast to coast to coast as we prepare to remember, with respect, our Aboriginal Veterans Day on November 8, and Remembrance Day on November 11.  “It is important to observe our Veterans’ Days and remember those who have given themselves in service for us”, said Mayor Barbara Desjardins. “Esquimalt will remember them, just a bit... Read more