The BC Boat Show, happening this year April 30 to May 3, is one of many events that help liven up Sidney. Your local Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce members play a big role in making your life easier and more enjoyable here. Photo courtesy BC Yacht Brokers Association

Life on the Saanich Peninsula: Service providers make it even better!

Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce members in the spotlight to kick off spring

Whether you’re needing help finding the right mortgage, renewing your insurance policy, securing home health support or finding something special for lunch or dinner, you can find that and more on the Saanich Peninsula.

From personal services that work to help solve your individual or family needs, to civic organizations that help keep the community running and healthy, the Peninsula is a great place to live, work and play.

Here’s just some of the many Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce members whose valuable services you’ll find here:

Saanich Peninsula Hospital & Healthcare Foundation – For more than 30 years, the Foundation has raised funds to support our hospital and health care in our community. The Foundation has, through the generosity of our donors, worked to keep our hospital modern and supported the efforts of Shoreline Medical to bring more physicians to our community. Connect with via email at info@sphf.ca and follow them on Facebook.

Island Blue – Family owned since 1969, Island Blue was founded in 1912 and today is a group of passionate, dedicated professionals providing a creative resource for customers to bring their inspirations, ideas and projects to life. Island Blue’s Art & Framing offers a large selection of artist supplies, including custom picture framing, while the Print & Imaging Centre provides digital printing and finishing services, book and fine art/photo printing. Visit them at 2455 Beacon Ave. or call 250-656-1233.

Deep Cove Market – Nestled in North Saanich, just five minutes from BC Ferries and Sidney, Deep Cove Market is a unique little market with local and specialty products from around the world. A perfect stop for breakfast, lunch or a latte, this is a foodie’s favourite, with lots of surprise finds. Find them at 10940 West Saanich Rd. or call 250-656-2547.

Bayshore Home Health – Offering personalized, affordable home support from bonded caregivers, LPNs and RNs, Bayshore Home Health is with you every step of the way, delivering an experience that makes a positive difference, every visit, every time. In Sidney, call 778-749-0014.

The Town of Sidney – Your “one-stop shop” for business in Sidney! Whether you’re an existing business wanting to renew a business licence, a new business setting up, or an entrepreneur looking to start a business, the Town of Sidney is the place to go.

The Mortgage Centre – Servicing Sidney, North Saanich and the Gulf Islands since 1998, The Mortgage Centre has 45 different lenders to choose from, ensuring clients get the lowest rates and best service. CHIP Reverse Mortgages are also available. Call 250-656-9551 to set up a confidential interview.

Master Care Janitorial & Facility Services – This Better Business Bureau-accredited Chamber member provides reliable, quality cleaning services at competitive prices, including commercial office, strata and apartment building cleaning, and construction/post-construction clean-up. Master Care’s bonded and insured staff provide daily, weekly or monthly services. Call 250-590-5970.

Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan SidneyDoug Wedman and Marc Bourdon provide complete insurance and employee benefits programs. Visit chamberplan.ca, find them at 2480 Beacon Ave. or call 250-655-0707.

Seafirst Insurance Brokers Ltd.Seafirst Insurance is a locally owned general insurance broker that works with clients in a professional and ethical manner to understand their insurance needs. They support local communities and provide a respectful and supportive environment for their employees to serve clients. With 7 locations to serve you, including 7178 West Saanich Rd. in Brentwood. Call 250-652-1141.

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