Christine van Reeuwyk

This year’s Walk for Heart is dedicated to longtime walker and fundraiser David Barker

Heart walk honours treasured participant

Open Heart Society's Walk for Heart celebrates life of the late David Barker

This year’s Walk for Heart is dedicated to longtime walker and fundraiser David Barker
Dan Claxton

Partners in coho: Groups hope to expand net pen project

Sidney Anglers, Tsawout work together to restore salmon stocks

Dan Claxton

Colours connect through textiles at Tulista Park

Colour Connection brings a bevvy of textile creations to community art centre in Sidney for three-week show

Yield fail warrants charge in Stelly’s crash

Car hits another in Central Saanich crash on Sunday, May 20

Door-to-door salesmen con elderly Central Saanich woman: police

Power washing, painting service leaves woman without large sum of cash

Cyclist hit by suspected drunk driver in Central Saanich

18 year old cyclist requires surgery for broken leg

Parkland's #3 Taniesha Bramley

Parkland Panthers earn place at provincials

Senior girls soccer team head to provincials after second place finish against Lambrick Park

Parkland's #3 Taniesha Bramley
Peninsula Players actors Alicia Andrews

Peninsula Players present infidelity awry

How the Other Half Loves marks finale for Peninsula Players' 60th season

Peninsula Players actors Alicia Andrews

Central Saanich chooses new chief administrator

Patrick Robins of Princeton to replace Gary Nason as he retires in July

One of Celeste Lacroix's sheepdogs.

Dogs, ducks and sheep – oh, my!

Sanctioned sheepdog competition herds sheep, ducks at Victoria Highland Games

One of Celeste Lacroix's sheepdogs.
Dillon Morrison

Local teen scores second in rough race

Peninsula downhill mountain bike riders race this weekend

Dillon Morrison
Gary Fjellgaard

Islanders add to Fjellgaard show

Musical duo Saskia and Darrel of Courenay perform with Gary Fjellgaard in Brentwood Bay

Gary Fjellgaard
Local musician and renowned guitarist Bill Johnson was nominated at this year’s Juno awards for blues album of the year. Local fans can hear his music at the Charlie White Theatre on Saturday

Charlie White hosts bluesman Bill Johnson

Saanichton blues performer and Juno Award nominee plays at Mary Winspear Centre on May 19

Local musician and renowned guitarist Bill Johnson was nominated at this year’s Juno awards for blues album of the year. Local fans can hear his music at the Charlie White Theatre on Saturday

Rig fire puts trailer full of cars at risk

Central Saanich emergency services put out trailer fire on Pat Bay Highway

Shauna Johnson at Panorama Recreation Centre

Be Your Best This Summer: Health a lifestyle to hand down

Participants in health program at Panorama Recreation Centre handing good habits down to their kids

Shauna Johnson at Panorama Recreation Centre

Businesses, governments talk future of Keating

Central Saanich big box plans will likely be focus of future task group

Dale Cotton hopes to renovate the Port Side Marina and capitalize on both pedestrian and boat traffic in Brentwood Bay.

Central Saanich says no to Port Side Marina plan – again

Dale Cotton needs to build trust among neighbours in Brentwood Bay, council says

Dale Cotton hopes to renovate the Port Side Marina and capitalize on both pedestrian and boat traffic in Brentwood Bay.
Dorothy Meakes and her Sidney sister-in-law Gladys Curry marvel at the good condition of the work that's been missing for about 25 years.

Long-lost project comes full circle

It took 25 years, a theft and a thrift store to reunite a woman with the crocheted tablecloth she was never able to complete

Dorothy Meakes and her Sidney sister-in-law Gladys Curry marvel at the good condition of the work that's been missing for about 25 years.

Island cyclists spread tanker warning

MP Elizabeth May to speak in favour of protecting B.C. coast

Military vehicles roll in at Heritage Acres, vintage style

Central Saanich's Heritage Acres puts old military vehicles and equipment on display