Top Story

Yes, You Should Be Wearing a Mask. Here’s The Evidence.

By Tristin Hopper
March 28, 2020

So long as you’re making it yourself and taking other precautions, a face mask can absolutely slow the spread of COVID-19

COVID-19

BC Is Flattening The Curve

Although the data is preliminary, Friday was the first ray of hope that BC could avoid the fate of Italy

COVID-19

Your Top COVID-19 Questions, Answered

By Sean Craig
March 28, 2020

Whether public laundry is safe, should we sanitize our shoes, should we wipe down our groceries and more

COVID-19

COVID-19 By The Numbers: How And Where The Pandemic Has Hit Us Thus Far

How BC and Vancouver Island's fight against coronavirus stands against the rest of the world

COVID-19

A Statement from The Capital's Parent Company: We Want to Help Local Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

By The Capital Staff
March 26, 2020

We are committed to making 0% unsecured loans to Victoria-based small businesses impacted by COVID-19

COVID-19

Only Hours After Setting Sail, COVID-19 Concerns Send HMCS Regina Back To Port

By Tristin Hopper
March 25, 2020

On Saturday, The Capital wrote about how navy screening procedures were insufficient to guard against COVID-19 on the ship

COVID-19

With Labs Overwhelmed, Testing Can Only Show A Fraction Of BC’s True COVID-19 Cases

By Tristin Hopper
March 24, 2020

As of Monday BC had 472 confirmed cases, but hundreds more may be carrying the virus

COVID-19

What's Still Open in Greater Victoria

By The Capital Staff
March 24, 2020

It's still possible to get a cocktail, a book and a burger in the BC capital, but it's going to take a few more steps than usual

COVID-19

For Those Who Interact With the Public, Work Nervously Goes On

By Tori Marlan
March 23, 2020

A flooring installer tells The Capital that clients with sick people in the house are still trying to bring in crews for scheduled work

Have a tip?
Capital Daily Newsletter

A daily summary of what's happening in Victoria

Learn More