Carlie Connolly

Tainted Justice — the hardest one yet for Peninsula Players

Tainted Justice will take place at the Mary Winspear Centre from Oct. 21 to 23. For ticket information call 250-656-0275

Kevin Kane and Bryan Potvin tour their newest album Kane & Potvin

Kane & Potvin perform in Sidney on Oct. 27 at the Mary Winspear Centre

Central Saanich 10th safest among communities its size

Council considers Economic Development survey results

Mental health at the forefront

Kelty Youth Ambassador Program Jasmine Rakhra mentor met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Barbara Blair plays tribute to The American Song Book

Celebrating its 30th season, the Palm Court Light Orchestra welcomes special guest performer Barbara Blair to the stage this week

UNESCO sets sights on the Salish Sea

The Salish Sea is under scrutiny for a once in a decade opportunity — to be considered as a World Heritage Site.

Peninsula dancers on World Stage

Peninsula dancers Gabrielle Gladych, Lauren Cherrie and Marissa Hamilton represent Canada at the World Championships next month

Author Arthur Black telling quite the story in Sidney this month

Humourist joins lineup in readings put on by organizers of the Sidney Literary Festival.

Sweet Scarlet: A group of hard working moms coming to Sidney

Sweet Scarlet, a self-directed a cappella group based in Vancouver is a group of six moms all sharing a passion for singing.

Youth add voices to safety on rural roads in Central Saanich

Parents urge District of Central Saanich to have a safer walkway for kids.

Keating corridor could create major job growth in Central Saanich

Industrial area could attract 3,000 more jobs in 25 years.

Cultural hub has become a stable of life on the Saanich Peninsula

Sidney’s Mary Winspear Centre marks its 15th anniversary on Sept. 27.

Central Saanich’s Maber Flats project gets mixed reviews

Members of the community meet to learn about the Maber Flats project at first open house.

Séan McCann no longer hiding addiction behind music

McCann’s guitar was the saving grace to his alcohol addiction that he’s battled for many years.

First responder fights PTSD with service dog

Tania McClelland’s long journey to better health led her to Jack and courses with a local dog club.

Coco Love inspired by human spirit

Coco brings her Wonderland tour to North Saanich this month.

Susan Juby talks The Republic of Dirt at Sidney reading

The Sidney and Peninsula Literary Festival fall series of readings kicks off this month at SHOAL.

Sidney’s Mary Winspear Centre holds its anniversary event later this month

15th year anniversary for entertainment hub on September 27.

The man behind the wheel of a LAU WELNEW Tribal School bus

Curtis Henry from the Pauquachin First Nation began his long career with the school in 1976.

Terry Fox Run in Central Saanich this weekend

More than $100,000 raised in Central Saanich alone over the last few years.