Steven Heywood

Central Saanich considers giving land to local First Nation

Cordova Spit, or TIXEN, was cut off from Tsawout village by "abritrary lines on a map"

Central Saanich artist Anne Freidank selling off her collection for charity

Anne Freidank has come to terms with her own art.

Leeroy Stagger and Buffy St. Marie coming to Sidney

Buffy Sainte-Marie is returning to the Mary Winspear theatre on July 20 to once again thrill audiences with a vocal style and repertoire that is unique to this iconic international entertainment legend.

Central Saanich adopts living wage policy for staff, contractors

Policy won't have much impact on the budget, as most workers already make a good wage

Saanich Peninsula mayors weigh in on government change next week

Steven Heywood and Tim Collins

North Saanich looking for new fire recruits

North Saanich's fire department is looking for new volunteer fire fighters.

Brentwood Bay friends driving supplies to victims of the B.C. wildfires

A group of friends from Brentwood Bay will be driving three trailers and their trucks up to Kamloops today (Fri., July 14), delivering supplies from generous Islanders to victims of the interior wildfires.

Yellow Wolf Powwow returns to Tsartlip community in August

Annual powwow welcomes dancers, drummers to First Nation near Brentwood Bay

Sidney welcomes Victoria Accordion Club Saturday afternoon

Special Canada 150 concert at Beacon Park at 2 p.m.

District of North Saanich annual report

On Monday, July 17, the District of North Saanich will deliver its annual report.

Canada 150: Sidney celebrates in a big way Saturday

A collection of images from throughout Canada Day in Sidney

Police will step up Canada Day patrols in Sidney

Police officers will be out and about over the Canada Day and Sidney Days long weekend.

Canada 150: Events under way in Sidney with opening celebration

Canada 150 celebrations this weekend got off to a start Friday afternoon in Sidney's Beacon Park.

Amazing costumes stand out at Van Isle Comic Con

First event of its kind in Sidney draws thousands of people

Animation takes centre stage at Van Isle Comic Con

Oscar-winning director Chris Williams speaks with fans abourt character, story and collaboration

Oil spill response simulation Wednesday betwen Pender and Saturna islands

Western Canada Marine Responss up for Transport Canada recert.; new response bases in the works

Viking Air cites drop in demand for layoff of 212 people

North Saanich employees hardest hit, as 136 given 60 days layoff notice

BC Aviation Museum helping mark 100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge

North Saanich museum joining others April 9 at Victoria’s Bay Street Armoury.

Mass singing of O Canada set for April 30 in Sidney

Many voices sought for video recording of group song for Canada Day.

Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce on good ground this year

Chamber focus for 2017 is on member services and improving overall levels of service.