Steven Heywood

Sidney Nativity Exhibit now in its 10th year

Popular exhibit features nativity figurines in wood, clay and even chocolate.

Province denies Sidney’s request to change voter engagement rules

B.C. is not considering making any changes to the Alternate Approval Process (AAP) provisions of the Community Charter.

OUR VIEW: High tides yet to come

There’s evidence to suggest coastal areas would face disaster in the event of sea level rise.

North Saanich braces for higher tides

Municipality starting the discussion on the impact of climate on its coastline.

Sidney’s Christmas Day dinner reaches out to holiday ‘orphans’

Reservations being taken now for two meal sittings on Christmas morning.

Military member hurt in incident at North Saanich helicopter base

443 Squadron base commander orders investigation into industrial incident.

Peninsula Panthers on wrong side of high-scoring hockey game

Panthers fall to Oceanside, 8-6, on the road in VIJHL action.

North Saanich students held in classrooms following unspecified threat

Students safe at Parkland Secondary as school returns to normal; police investigate source of the threat.

Vancouver Island getting 211 service in 2017

Central Saanich couple, TELUS give boost to Island-wide United Way campaign for health and social services resource.

Central Saanich’s Tsartlip canoe team preparing for 2017 Tahiti event

Geronimo Canoe Club training relies on a lifetime of traditional padding in war canoes.

Remembering: Sidney’s Peter Godwin Chance led a sailor’s life

There’s a chapter in Peter Godwin Chance’s book, A Sailor’s Life, that seems to stand out.

When the going got tough, Sidney’s One Stop Furniture Shop got going

This month, the local business marks 10 years in Sidney.

OUR VIEW: More rhetoric or real policy?

There’s no getting around the fact that the new President of the United States is likely to have a lasting impact.

Green Party Leader May bullish on Sidney manufacturing company

Empire Hydrogen grows production of its fuel enhancement units.

UVic’s North Saanich deal to sell Dunsmuir Lodge to get a hearing

Trail use will change no matter outcome with North Saanich council, according to University.

BC Ferries wants green programs ‘greener’

BC Ferries hopes its employees will contribute to improvements the company hopes to see in its existing environmental programs.

North Saanich’s Parkland Secondary takes boys soccer title

Panthers upend Stelly's Stingers for Greater Victoria tier 2 soccer trophy

Sidney skate park seeking donations for the extras

The estimated price tag for the Town of Sidney’s proposed new skateboard park has come down considerably since the summer.

OUR VIEW: Remembrance front and centre

Without a doubt, those people willingly carry a heavy burden and for that they deserve to be recognized.

Green Party leader fears climate issues will take a hit after Trump’s election

Elizabeth May calls U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump a 'wild card'