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ArtSea will be the name used for many of CACSP’s Peninsula arts events
Car share program initially linked to new development.
TV animation series gets a Reboot in Victoria and Vancouver.
Central Saanich Police always start with believing sexual assault victims
The Butchart Gardens intiative will eliminate 80,000 plastic water bottles each year
Orcas at risk event will hear from knowledgeable speakers on the lives of
Southern Resident killer whales.
Creatures of Habitat gives Bayside kids ability to contribute to the betterment of their local community.
Bill Henderson talks early days and the band’s relaxed state.
The District of Central Saanich is discussing the potential of a mixed use residential and live/work development.
Cadets are looking forward to their trip to France, joining hundreds of others in the military to celebrate Vimy Ridge.
Financial pressure led Tanya Adam to steal the money.
TELUS partnered with four local charities thanks to the selection of North Saanich residents.
Sidney photographer Richard Fisher holds his first art showing at Serious Coffee; giving back to Victoria Human Exchange Society.
Alyssa Jean blends her music with yoga practices at North Saanich’s McTavish Academy of Art.
Policing costs up 6.3 per cent; overall tax hike still low so far, at 1.39 per cent.
Aerial spray program will occur along the Central Saanich border with Saanich.
Energetic a capella group, Countermeasure will perform at the Mary Winspear Centre next Wednesday.
Sidney Classical Orchestra will present its Young Soloists concert next week.
A society that helps homeless people is hoping to accommodate more at their farm.
Vandergugten will teach some workshops at McTavish Academy of Art in March.