Saanich Peninsula Tour of Industry returns this month

Hosted by the Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, it’s a day-long event.

Tour members pass by pipes being manufactured by Ramsay Machine Works (which has since closed).

SIDNEY — The activities, challenges and successes of the area’s industrial companies are made plain during the annual Tour of Industry on the Saanich Peninsula.

The Tour returns on Fri., Jan. 27, hosted by the Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. It’s a day-long event, making stops at a variety of manufacturing, technology and other firms from Central Saanich, North Saanich and Sidney.

This year’s Tour lunch guest speaker will be Saanich-Gulf Islands MP and federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May.

For information and tickets, contact the Chamber at 250-656-3616.

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