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Many voices sought for video recording of group song for Canada Day.
North Saanich museum joining others April 9 at Victoria’s Bay Street Armoury.
Battle of the First World War seen as Canada’s ‘coming of age’ on the world stage.
Chamber focus for 2017 is on member services and improving overall levels of service.
Dignitaries break ground Friday; work expected to begin in April, conclude in late 2018.
Junior B hockey team will stay young, with added 'scaracter'.
Nikki and Chris Bunn restored a 1956 Chevy Apache pickup truck.
No personal information linked to websites, says North Saanich chief administrative officer.
Midget team gets boost from former Peninsula Minor Hockey product right before provincial tournament.
Paul O'Reilly grounded in France, but will fly the biplane again during cross-Canada tour this year.
Rose Root shares her recipe for success in a challenging real estate market.
Spring camp at Panorama Rec. this weekend; round robin games wrap up Sunday.
B.C. NDP leader visits Sidney during series of Island stops.
Getting trained in how to use CPR involves a mindset going into it, that you are determined to act responsibly.
Volunteer dentists have seen around 300 young patients since the start of a charitable clinic in Sidney two years ago.
BC Arts Council funding lands in Brentwood Bay and Sidney.
Less than two months from now, B.C. residents will go to the polls to vote in the May 9 provincial election.
Annual walk and tea Sunday, March 26 highlights the diversity of bird sanctuary.
April 13 provincial candidates luncheon comes with $55 a seat price tag.
Timeline for construction work depends on public survey on library renovation plans.