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2016 Census data shows increase in people and homes in Sidney, Central Saanich and North Saanich.
Promotions and marketing organization to collect $297,950 in 2018; counter petition under way.
Butler Bros. employees between 78 and 100 people, with an annual payroll of approximately $3.8 to $4.5 million.
There’s a decidedly Lego flavour to Sidney’s celebrations, with professional and amateur builders alike.
Sales are a fundraiser for a Canada 150 legacy project at the new skate park.
That’s the thing about snow here on the Island. It can bring out the best in people.
As a youth organization, cadets of every stripe have a lot of good things going for them.
Tour of Industry: Third in a series of articles on Saanich Peninsula businesses.
Saanichton Village Association about to change direction after a decade of boosting interest in the local hub.
Tour of Industry: Second in a series of articles on Peninsula businesses.
Saanich Peninsula Cohousing needs early investors to advance their intentional housing concept.
New skateboard park in Tulista Park to replace existing one next to the Pat Bay Highway.
Tour of Industry: First in a series of articles on Peninsula businesses in 8th annual Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce tour.
Transport Canada finds money to create a Reay Creek Pond reclamation plan by the end of March.
Ever wonder why it can sometimes take forever for the wheels of local government to make a single turn?
After 11 months, the Saanich Peninsula Cohousing group is poised to take the next step towards building new homes.
District will spend $120,000 on four new pickleball courts in Wain Park.
Application permit to come first, followed by 40-day review by the Town of Sidney.
Parking demand continues to outpace growth at the airport.
A day doesn’t go by right now, when Megan Barnes isn’t riding her bike or working on ways to ride better, or faster.