Christine van Reeuwyk

Golf glory to raise funds for Winspear Centre

Winspear Cup underway this Sunday at Glen Meadows Golf and Country Club

Kay Wyckham and Susan Simosko snack on some of the popular popcorn at Star Cinema

Sister campaigns to save Star Cinema

Sandy Oliver has a plan to keep Sidney's beloved Star Cinema in business

Kay Wyckham and Susan Simosko snack on some of the popular popcorn at Star Cinema

Something to do on Father’s Day? Bring the kids to Heritage Acres

Heritage Acres has Father's Day weekend fair with blacksmith, music

Glen Meadows event to build better beds for hospital

Glen Meadows golf tourney raises funds for Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation

Guns seized in Central Saanich tractor investigation

Police seek stolen tractor, find improperly stored firearms instead

Pot transport foiled by cops

Sidney North Saanich RCMP believe pre-packaged pot was Alberta bound

May sees silver lining after her Bill C-38 opposition rejected

Saanich Gulf Islands MP says awareness about omnibus budget bill on the rise

Artisans gift gallery still has some summer space

Artisans Summer Gift Gallery in Sidney still has space for potters, jewellers, fabric artists

Seaside concert promises to get bodies moving

30-member Sidney Concert Band plays Beacon Park pavilion on June 24

Julia Peterson triumphed in hurdles

Pentathletes successful on Blue Heron home track

Peninsula Track and Field Club athletes perform well at home

Julia Peterson triumphed in hurdles

Police stop traffic on Pat Bay Highway

Enforcement blitz slows vehicles in Central Saanich

The Parkland Panthers senior girls co-captains Amanda Pomphrey and Katie Kraeutner accept the seventh place plaque at  provincials.

Parkland Panthers soccer girls score seventh in B.C.

Parkland senior AA girls soccer squad comes up 7th at provincials in Kamloops

The Parkland Panthers senior girls co-captains Amanda Pomphrey and Katie Kraeutner accept the seventh place plaque at  provincials.

Louise Rose, Lt.-Gov. Point pair for performance

Lt.-Gov. Steven Point’s writings in concert, for sale

The old tennis courts and temporary skate park in Centennial Park are slated for removal as part of the revitalization of the Central Saanich park. Work is slated to start in the fall of 2013.

Provincial grant aids Centennial Park revitalization project

Central Saanich benefits from $300,000 B.C. grant for park work

The old tennis courts and temporary skate park in Centennial Park are slated for removal as part of the revitalization of the Central Saanich park. Work is slated to start in the fall of 2013.
Stelly's students wrote messages about their reaction to seeing the mistreatment our First Nations experienced in the residential school system.

SENĆOŦEN course taught at Stelly’s school

Introductory First Nation language course helps build ties between cultures

Stelly's students wrote messages about their reaction to seeing the mistreatment our First Nations experienced in the residential school system.
The Shoal Centre in Sidney hosted an afternoon tea on June 6 to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

PHOTO GALLERY: A spot of tea for the Jubilee

The Shoal Centre in Sidney hosts afternoon tea to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

The Shoal Centre in Sidney hosted an afternoon tea on June 6 to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
A crowd takes in the launch event for the Sidney Seaside Sculpture Walk on June 8.

GALLERY/VIDEO: Sidney Seaside Sculpture Walk officially opens

Selection committee, Town of Sidney officials open 2 km public art walk

A crowd takes in the launch event for the Sidney Seaside Sculpture Walk on June 8.
Articles from the Saanich Peninsula's history

Take a tour through the ’20s and beyond at Sidney Museum

Celebrate the Peninsula News Review’s 100th anniversary through original newspapers, photos and articles

Articles from the Saanich Peninsula's history

Awareness critical to weekend lacrosse tourney

Matt Underwood tournament gets underway Friday at Panorama Recreation Centre

A boy checks out the jellyfish tank at the Shaw Ocean Discovery Centre. The aquarium may have to rely on volunteers more than ever after the federal government didn’t award it and other community groups money to hire summer students.

Grant cuts leave Peninsula community groups in the lurch

Ocean Discovery Centre hopes to fill gaps with more volunteers

A boy checks out the jellyfish tank at the Shaw Ocean Discovery Centre. The aquarium may have to rely on volunteers more than ever after the federal government didn’t award it and other community groups money to hire summer students.
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