Devon MacKenzie

Cyclist struck and killed on Pat Bay Highway

A cyclist was struck and killed on the Pat Bay Highway Wednesday afternoon

Peninsula Panther Braedan Pearce

Panthers hit the ice Friday

Wolves come to town for Peninsula’s first home game

Peninsula Panther Braedan Pearce
Mary Winspear Centre Theatre Manager Philip Sutton and Peninsula Players President Marketa Mellows sign the agreement for the Players’ upcoming show Mousetrap which will take the stage in November.

Players and Winspear Centre join forces

The two groups signed a partnership agreement at the end of May

Mary Winspear Centre Theatre Manager Philip Sutton and Peninsula Players President Marketa Mellows sign the agreement for the Players’ upcoming show Mousetrap which will take the stage in November.
This piece by Craig Benson is just one of the many art pieces that have been donated for the Mary Winspear Centre Art Show which takes place on Sept. 13.

Art show, dinner to benefit Winspear Centre

An event being held in September at the Mary Winspear Centre will give the opportunity for patrons to give back to the centre

This piece by Craig Benson is just one of the many art pieces that have been donated for the Mary Winspear Centre Art Show which takes place on Sept. 13.
Saanich South MLA Lana Popham stands with owner of Syntal Products Ltd. Brian Burchill. Burchill was forced to close his business earlier this month due to the new MMBC recycling program.

Starved of plastics, Syntal Products on Keating closes

Local business Syntal Products has closed its doors only months after the introduction of the MMBC recycling program.

Saanich South MLA Lana Popham stands with owner of Syntal Products Ltd. Brian Burchill. Burchill was forced to close his business earlier this month due to the new MMBC recycling program.

District schools may not open Tuesday

School District 63 (Saanich) would require a full day to prepare for students’ return after job action ends

Central Saanich to acquire Maber Flats

District signs conditional agreement for 25 acres of Maber Flats land

Teachers like Rick Williams were taking job action back in May. Teachers went on strike in late June and the strike could continue well after Sept. 2 — the scheduled start of the school year.

Back to school uncertain

What to do? Parents getting creative on how to keep their children busy during teacher job action

Teachers like Rick Williams were taking job action back in May. Teachers went on strike in late June and the strike could continue well after Sept. 2 — the scheduled start of the school year.
NHL Dallas Stars Captain Jamie Benn

Panthers prepare for home opener

Local junior B hockey team holds training camps this week, home opener scheduled for September 5

NHL Dallas Stars Captain Jamie Benn

More organ donors are needed

Local B.C. Transplant volunteers hitting the streets to rally more donors

Tour de Rock rider Lori Lumley.

Take a bite out of cancer

Enjoy a meal and support Tour de Rock this weekend at Saanichton’s Prairie Inn

Tour de Rock rider Lori Lumley.
Look for family fun at the Saanich Fairgrounds this Saturday.

Saanichton Family Fest this weekend

Saanich Fairgrounds home of this year's Saanichton Family Festival on Saturday.

Look for family fun at the Saanich Fairgrounds this Saturday.
The colour and style of classic and newer vehicles returns to the Saanich Peninsula on Sun.

Motor Gathering comes to Sidney

Car show Sunday at the Viscount Aero Centre to benefit the Saanich Peninsula Hospital.

The colour and style of classic and newer vehicles returns to the Saanich Peninsula on Sun.
Coen Wallace

Walk for the Kidney Foundation in Victoria

North Saanich boy gets a second chance thanks to the Foundation.

Coen Wallace
Sidney author Janet Brons.

Sidney author making waves with first book

Janet Brons pens A Quiet Kill, a murder mystery created during her time in the foreign service.

Sidney author Janet Brons.
The Sidney Summer Market is the latest entry in the Peninsula’s host of summer markets.

MARKET TO MARKET SERIES: Sidney Summer Market

A new market on the Saanich Peninsula ends the PNR's series this week.

The Sidney Summer Market is the latest entry in the Peninsula’s host of summer markets.
Local produce is a fixture at the Sidney Street Market

MARKET TO MARKET SERIES: Sidney Street Market draws large crowd

Known as one of Sidney’s biggest summer events, the Sidney Street Market draws between 3,000 and 5,000 people to the town each week

Local produce is a fixture at the Sidney Street Market
Kayleigh Gladstone brought home gold in softball from the North American Indigenous Games last month.

Team B.C. makes history at NAIG

B.C. won Overall Team Title and Spirit Award at 2014 NAIG

Kayleigh Gladstone brought home gold in softball from the North American Indigenous Games last month.
Maximilian Cunningham from Central Saanich (left) stands with rowing doubles teammate

Athletes mine medals at B.C. Games

Over a dozen young athletes from the Saanich Peninsula competed at the recent B.C. Summer Games

Maximilian Cunningham from Central Saanich (left) stands with rowing doubles teammate
Ron Basi’s truck will be one of many trucks on display during the Butch Taylor Memorial Truck Show at Heritage Acres this weekend.

A labour of love

The Butch Taylor Memorial Truck Show takes place this weekend at Heritage Acres in Central Saanich

Ron Basi’s truck will be one of many trucks on display during the Butch Taylor Memorial Truck Show at Heritage Acres this weekend.