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North Saanich and Island-wide company’s ability to grow and change at heart of award.
Two falls on Salt Spring Island ride raises awareness of the value of wearing a bike helmet.
Town of Sidney to get 40 days to review proposed development plan.
Dates not yet formalized but expected this month; November
The Denham Till Park residence, as it’s known, was transferred to the district in 1973 after the death of Dora Madeleine Till
Remembering the men and women who served the country in times of conflict and in peace is at the heart of Canada’s November 11 ceremonies
North Saanich manufacturer obtains full design rights to Super Scooper
Response exercise to test airport, Saanich Peninsula fire, paramedics and police personnel on disaster readiness.
Heliset Hale Relay ends at Pauquachin Nation Sunday; urges First Nations communities to tackle suicide head-on
The Mary Winspear Centre is the Saanich Peninsula's community hall.
Development permit application, project referrals, expected by next spring
There’s a place in the strategies to help Canada’s veterans and emergency response professionals for assistance from those with wet noses.
Sidney still has a responsibility to its residents — to work with the Airport Authority and Omicron.
A waterway running along the edge of a pair of former airport dump sites is being moved.
Bit by bit, those efforts and that from the District of Central Saanich, are making walking in that community a lot safer.
Developer looking at spring 2017 construction start; Canadian Tire looks to build at North Saanich's Sandown Commons.
A flood at St. Andrews Anglican Church in Sidney has closed its soup kitchen service this month.
Majority of Monday night's public hearing speakers opposed the rezoning - and the proposed commercial development.
First Nations Health Authority continues water testing after 4,000 to 6,000 gallons of sewage spills over Labour Day long weekend.
Simulated disaster scheduled to test area emergency crews on Sept. 29.