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Preliminary work is underway in Haro Woods on the Capital Regional District’s attenuation tank project.
The Shelbourne Valley in Saanich is expected to undergo major transformations in the coming decades in terms of land use and transportation
In the saga that has been the Craigflower Bridge rebuild, the only thing that’s safe to assume is there are no definite timelines.
Ten months from now, civic politicians around the province will be in the middle of campaigning for the Nov. 15 municipal elections.
A decision by council on a proposed clay court tennis facility behind the Cedar Hill Rec Centre will be made as early as Jan. 23
Not since the blue box recycling program was brought in have Saanichites been expected to change their waste disposal habits.
On Monday (Jan. 6), the Greater Victoria Public Library is expected to welcome its first visitors into the new Emily Carr branch.
The federal government has announced it invested $125,000 through a community infrastructure fund in two Saanich-based projects
Gorge Road between Admirals and Tillicum roads is expected to reopen Friday (Dec. 20) after a nearly six-month closure
After 41 years at Saanich Plaza, branch moves to Uptown Centre
Professors and librarians will have a chance to form a union in the wake of a successful certification drive
Beloved display lights up Saanich neighbourhood after a year hiatus
The Emily Carr branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library will close its doors for good Sunday before it reopens in a new location.
Police, Island Health examine procedures, create joint committee after assault in waiting room at Archie Courtnall Centre
75-year-old Saanich woman issued ticket for driving on sidewalk after crashing vehicle through Thrifty Foods, injuring 3 people
Saanich hosts meeting on tennis court proposal, which draws huge crowd and plenty of opinions
Business owners near Craigflower Bridge feel the pinch from years of ongoing infrastructure work
Saanich parks staff has taken an unusually noncommittal position on a proposed clay court tennis facility at Cedar Hill Recreation
Victoria police agencies keen to use restorative justice to avoid slow court system, promote empathy between victim and offender
Schools required to consult with parents on Wi-Fi before installation