Steven Heywood

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

Tim Collins /News staff

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

North Saanich municipal hall a tad late, but under budget

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

Sidney North Saanich RCMP seeking owner of this boat

A boat that has outstayed its welcome has been seized by the RCMP and its owner is being sought.

New portable classrooms coming to Saanich school district

Fifteen new classrooms being added in total

Green Party doubled election spending in Saanich North and the Islands

Candidates in Saanich North and the Islands during last May's provincial election period, raised and spent more money than they did in the previous election.

Green Party doubled election spending in Saanich North and the Islands

Candidates in Saanich North and the Islands during last May's provincial election period, raised and spent more money than they did in the previous election.

Pathway pigeon poop problem prolonged on the Peninsula

Big bird bowl bombs bother Beacon, Bevan

Auto Extravaganza comes to Sidney Sunday

Tim Collins/News staff

Skydiving company responds to Central Saanich complaint

Owner of Capital City Skydiving says they adhere to the sport's regulations

Prime Minister paddles at Sidney Spit during B.C. trip

Justin Trudeau addresses the wildfires, environment during brief visit to Gulf Islands National Park

Positive chalk messages scrawled on Sidney sidewalks

A collection of chalk messages have been showing up on Sidney's Beacon Avenue sidewalks in recent days and for local officials, their origin is a mystery.

Largest Little Airshow returns to Central Saanich this weekend

Building, maintaing and flying remote control model aircraft is a labour of love for the many club members with the Victoria RC Modelers Society, who each year put on Victoria's Largest Little Airshow.

Central Saanich resident wants more done for pedestrian safety

Mount Newton Cross Road has an incomplete trail; District has priority list

Sidney woman has trike stolen – again

Sidney's Margo Massie is hoping someone out there has seen her trike.