Carlie Connolly

World Heritage Site designation sought for Saanich Peninsula’s Salish Sea

Designation could lead to long-term sustainable development.

Nanaimo man arrested on sexual assault charges

81-year-old former Central Saanich area resident accused in incidents between 1975 and 1986.

A Timeless tale for The Celtic Tenors in Sidney

The Irish group The Celtic Tenors will perform Feb. 28 and Mar. 1 at the Mary Winspear Centre.

North Saanich’s Keith Levang finds his own way

Levang gives people the tools they need to make their creations their own.

Passion for Lego in Sidney

Robin Sather wows crowds with his large and spectacular Lego creations over the Family Day weekend.

Revised growth strategy getting rough ride on Saanich Peninsula

Central Saanich, North Saanich against the current draft Regional Growth Strategy.

Team Woytowich wins Glen Meadows Masters Bonspiel in North Saanich

The results are in for the Glen Meadows Master bonspiel.

Put your best foot forward at BCS job fair in Sidney

Beacon Community Services holds its annual Youth Job Fair this month.

Silk painting with Maureen Walker in Sidney

Artist Maureen Walker will be presenting a workshop as part of the Saanich Peninsula Arts and Crafts Society.

Four charged in Saanich Peninsula drug bust

Large quantities of drugs found and $1 million in cash after year long investigation.

Central Saanich farmer uses zamboni to clear snow

With a large snowfall, Marko Kardum thought he would help out the neighbours by clearing snow with his zamboni.

Women lead the way at Sidney’s 676 Kittyhawk

Emma Van Wyk is one of the young women leaders at 676 Kittyhawk and is one of the few women in the Squadrons number of cadets.

Luisa Marshall leads the high life as Tina Turner in Sidney concert

Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah among many accolades for Luisa Marshall in her career as Tina Turner.

Residents, council discuss Central Saanich issues

Residents discuss issues of affordable housing, cats, shortage of doctors and more at meeting.

SPAC’s mini workshops on this month in Sidney

Saanich Peninsula Arts and Craft Society’s workshops one of many perks for its members.

New superintendent excited to make Vancouver Island his home

Dave Eberwein’s new role perfect fit personally and professionally in School District 63.

Annual Glen Meadows Masters Bonspiel in Central Saanich Feb. 7

Fourteen teams will compete from Glen Meadows at the 55+ curling competition.

Going Way North at North Saanich’s McTavish Academy of Art

Jazz group to perform in North Saanich on their tour for Kings County album on Feb. 20.

Peninsula Medical to serve as umbrella over Saanich Peninsula

Expansion, new doctors, patients just some of Peninsula Medical’s goals.

A romantic afternoon with Palm Court Light Orchestra in Sidney

Shadan Saul Guerrero and Sunny Shams are the soloists who will perform with the Orchestra