North Saanich time capsure to remain on display

The North Saanich 50th anniversary collection will be put on public display once the municipal hall renovations are complete.

The time capsule created to help celebrate the District of North Saanich’s Jubilee year in 2015, will be put on display in the municipal hall.

Unlike some time capsules that are buried or built into foundations, to be opened at a later date, the North Saanich 50th anniversary collection within will be put on public display once the municipal hall renovations are complete.

Chief Administrative Officer Rob Buchan says the District felt it was important to show people what was happening in North Saanich on the occasion of its 50th anniversary of incorporation as a municipality.

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