Steven Heywood

Spunky gets his own ‘hawk’-umentary

Red-tailed hawk raised by eagles in Sidney part of new online documentary

Taking a chance on Sidney’s first Indian restaurant

BUSINESS PROFILES 2017: Sahej Singh has opened The Indian Cafe on Bevan Avenue

Panthers scratch and claw their way through weekend hockey action

Peninsula club picks up seven of eight popssible points in VIJHL league play

Business and residential growth on the Saanich Peninsula is booming

BUSINESS PROFILES 2017: Change has been a constant

Peninsula Panthers sweep two-game set with Comox Valley

Cats earn two wins over Glacier Kings in weekend hockey home and home series

Sidney announces return of the VI Comic Con in 2018

Comic book illustrator Josh Kully wants to provide opportunity for local talent

Saanich Peninsula oldtimers hockey players the first to hit the new ice

Panorama Rec.'s Arena B upgrades cost around $2.2 million; opening event set for Oct. 15

Motorcyclist involved in crash on Mills Road in North Saanich Sunday afternoon

Police have blocked off Mills Road in North Saanich after a motorcyclist was involved in a collision with another vehicle this afternoon.

UPDATE: 65-year-old motorcyclist from North Saanich killed in crash on Mills Road Sunday

RCMP are looking for a witness who left the scene and who may have vital details

Search called off for missing Victoria man after fall from cliff in Oregon

Friends raising money for the family of 51-year-old Joe Lescene

Sidney crime rate is on the rise

First seven months of 2017 show increases in property crime, violence

CRD to remove derelict boat at Island View Beach

Park user Kevin McLaughlin sent complaint, photo seeking action

Small army setting up for the Saanich Fair

149th Saanich Fair expects to see more than 6,300 entries

Small army setting up for the Saanich Fair

149th Saanich Fair expects to see more than 6,300 entries

Transitioning back to school on the Saanich Peninsula

Adjusting to back to school routines requires time — and a good night's sleep

Transitioning back to school on the Saanich Peninsula

Adjusting to back to school routines requires time — and a good night's sleep

Rental shortages lead to landlord abuse

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Sidney woman warns of gift card scam

A Sidney woman is warning others to be extremely wary of phone calls or emails from people who are threatening financial - or at least computer - ruin.

Sidney to Anacortes ferry sailings cancelled

Single day sailing cancellation on Aug. 30 for the international ferry run

North Saanich municipal hall a tad late, but under budget

WATCH: Rebuilt, renovated hall has first public open house Monday, Aug. 21