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Man in his 60s taken to hospital; East Saanich Road closed in both directions.
A recent spate of letters show there’s some disagreement between park users within the Saanich Peninsula area.
Victoria Distillers’ Leon Webb helping take local spirits to the next level.
The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Victoria starts a series of three programs for parents of teens and pre-teens on Jan. 24.
Popular Central Saanich tourist attraction cites safety, guest enjoyment as reasons behind ban that started this month.
People should not have to dole out large amounts of cash to have access to our country’s politicians.
VWR International, LLC announced Jan. 12 their purchase of Seastar, located in the Sidney industrial area.
Elaine Kirwin this month celebrated 20 years of owning the Expedia Cruise Ship Centres office in Sidney.
SBIA plans more interactive, inclusive tourist promotions and assistance in downtown Sidney.
Hosted by the Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, it’s a day-long event.
Community hub will consider more space for a variety of services, including a new library, as it grows over time.
Businesses looking to set up shop in Sidney will soon have another resource to help make their decision clear.
A question on the minds of many homeowners will be whether increases in property values will impact the taxes they pay.
The sea cans cost $24,6004 of the $100,000 won by Panorama in the 2015 Kraft Hockeyville contest.
Bruchet six seconds shy of breaking the course record for the Prairie Inn Harriers Running club's Pioneer 8K.
Driver in stolen vehicle flees police twice Dec. 23, crashes on Lochside Drive and is pulled from burning car.
NZ Builders Ltd. recognized for their innovation in manufacturing efficient tilt-up, concrete homes.
No related drug overdoses for local RCMP; officers are prepared.
As Christmas looms, the staff of the Peninsula News Review want to wish all of our readers good tidings at this time of year.
B.C.’s Agricultural Land Commission has extended the time for owners to remediate a former horse racing track in North Saanich.