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Students from North Saanich learn about the Commonwealth

Pair of North Saanich students jet off to Ottawa and the 45th National Student Commonwealth Forum

  • May 27th, 2017

Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Judith Guichon could be asked to decide fate of province if Premier can’t win support of Greens.

Touch A Truck this Sunday in North Saanich

Team4Hope has raised more than $50,000 at event to support childhood cancer research

B.C. election results stand after recount

Result in Saanich North and the Islands unchanged - Adam Olsen to be the next MLA

Swiftsure sets sail Saturday off Clover Point

Nearly 200 yachts registered for series of races that make up the international event

Touring the Salish Sea with Sidney kayak company


Willis Point Fire Department marks its 40th anniversary on June 10


Saanich Marine Search and Rescue crew launches third vessel


Sidney's Sculpture Walk about to get an update


Hearing loss conference in Sidney May 25 to 27

Losing your hearing can be isolating, says hearing loss humourist and speaker

11 days of events leading up to Canada Day

More than 100 free performances across two stages at Victoria’s Inner Harbour, plus fireworks!

Wild Kingdom: Eagles fend off crows

Photographer captures wildlife interaction in Greater Victoria.

Caution urged after deer attacks two dogs in Sooke

Deer attacks are not uncommon, says conservation officer

VIDEO: Local firefighter rescues ducklings from storm drain

Baby ducks pulled from peril early Friday morning in Greater Victoria

  • May 19th, 2017

Reviving Sidney’s Sculpture Walk

Business Improvement Society gets $20,000 from Town to save the Walk

Fenton court case pushed another week due to scheduling issues

Accused in the death of West Shore RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett has yet to enter a plea

Puppy in Highlands shot multiple times with pellet gun

Quick action by owner saw dog patched up, RCMP launch investigation into case of cruelty

Nanaimo RCMP believe it has found body of missing teenager Chang

The Nanaimo RCMP have recovered a body believed to be that of Makayla Chang.

Central Saanich council says no to climate accountability letter

District councillors heat up over climate issue

  • May 18th, 2017

West Coast Amusements may have to take a year off from Sidney

Construction projects near Mary Winspear Centre will use up most of the space

Retired fire chief remembered as dedicated family man

Doug Angrove passed away in Kelowna last week.

RCMP in Sidney confirm explosives were inert

Detonators found at a building site on May 12