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Town council wants CRD arts commission to build a way out into its new bylaws.
Sidney town council concerned two developments’ traffic impacts are not connected, nor studied as a whole.
Sidney councillor Barbara Fallot is probably right: arts endeavours on the Saanich Peninsula are probably under-appreciated.
Field of 500 runners set quick pace at annual Island Series race in Sidney on March 5.
Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce annual Mayors' Breakfast a chance to connect.
Man arrested after trying to obtain new debit card for an account that wasn't his.
Harry Nunn hopes it’ll survive to display at new fire hall.
Person seeking to rent home was tipped off to possible scam when asked to pay through Western Union.
At 0.66% the Town’s 2017 rate is the lowest on the Peninsula - so far.
The region's tech industry advocacy group, VIATECH, hopes interactive exhibit will be a gateway for people into the local industry.
Tour of Industry: Fifth and final story in a series on Peninsula businesses.
Promotions and marketing organization to collect $297,950 in 2018; counter petition under way.
RCMP warn people not to give out personal or financial information.
2016 Census data shows increase in people and homes in Sidney, Central Saanich and North Saanich.
Butler Bros. employees between 78 and 100 people, with an annual payroll of approximately $3.8 to $4.5 million.
There’s a decidedly Lego flavour to Sidney’s celebrations, with professional and amateur builders alike.
Sales are a fundraiser for a Canada 150 legacy project at the new skate park.
That’s the thing about snow here on the Island. It can bring out the best in people.
As a youth organization, cadets of every stripe have a lot of good things going for them.
Tour of Industry: Third in a series of articles on Saanich Peninsula businesses.