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Divers cleaning up portions of Tod Inlet for SeaChange.
Litman will showcase her photographs at Empourium’s gallery space beginning Sunday.
The Salish Sea Feis will see hundreds come out to the Mary Winspear Centre to watch Irish dancers compete.
Coun. Niall Paltiel focuses in on cenotaph, Keating corridor and skateboard park.
Woodwynn Farms changed Keith Prosser’s life, helping him get through alcoholism
Quinn sets the stage for the next generation of fiddlers through teaching and performing.
Kelset Elementary students took part in interactive activities to be more energy efficient with the Lions.
A man was sent to hospital due to a car accident from what could be related to a medical condition on the Pat Bay Highway.
New Corner Gas animation projected to come out in January of 2018.
Serving under any spiritual background, spiritual health care practitioners serve many functions.
Lorna Crozier and husband Patrick Lane will be reading at Sidney and Peninsula Literary Society event.
SeaChange society tackling underwater debris; taking on a beach enhancement project.
Peninsula Medical addressing the issue of the shortage of doctors on the Saanich Peninsula.
Jimmy Rankin reflects back on his career performing with his family and his current solo career.
Local cadets improve speaking through weeks of training and practice.
Creedence Clearwater Revival(CCR) tribute band performing in Sidney's Mary Winspear Centre next week.
Six out of ten people living with Alzheimer’s or dementia will wander at least once in their life
Lead actors and actresses talk about their roles in their upcoming musical Guys and Dolls.
Group of four will come to the Mary Winspear Centre Jan. 22 to perform soft, natural guitar pieces.
Community has been a great support of the food bank, giving generous amount of money and items.