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UBCM resolution creates stir on Saanich council

Councillors at odds over UBCM resolution that did not have support of council

The team at the Backfit Clinic moved to a new location at 3481 Cook St, with a grand opening set for Saturday. Pictured from left Dr. Ryan Doyle, Dr. Craig Bentham, Dr. Jeff Bartlett, Tracy Doyle, Caleigh Hunter, Jason Prescott, Dr. Marissa Bentham and Tammy Bartlett.

Backfit Clinic celebrates grand opening in new location

Saturday event helps welcome clinic to Four Corners Village location

The team at the Backfit Clinic moved to a new location at 3481 Cook St, with a grand opening set for Saturday. Pictured from left Dr. Ryan Doyle, Dr. Craig Bentham, Dr. Jeff Bartlett, Tracy Doyle, Caleigh Hunter, Jason Prescott, Dr. Marissa Bentham and Tammy Bartlett.
The owner of this property at 5058 West Saanich Rd. plans to list it as ALR land and wants to raise sheep, grow apples.

Saanich farmer seeks inclusion into ALR

Saanich council unanimously approves resolution to recommend including West Saanich Road property into ALR

The owner of this property at 5058 West Saanich Rd. plans to list it as ALR land and wants to raise sheep, grow apples.
The owner(s) of this boat is testing Saanich’s new 72-hour moorage bylaw as it remains near Gorge Park, but moves periodically.

Boat in Saanich waters testing new moorage bylaw

Gorge Tillicum Community Association skeptical as boat arrives near Gorge Park

The owner(s) of this boat is testing Saanich’s new 72-hour moorage bylaw as it remains near Gorge Park, but moves periodically.
UVic Vikes Michael Baart (10), Adam Ravenhill (4) and Austin Schneebeli (7) leave the field following their 1-0 win over the Langara Falcons in front of 3,000 fans during UVic Thunderfest, Friday, Sept. 9.

Vikes soccer men, women win home openers in front of 3,000

The Vikes women’s soccer team scored four times as they won twice this weekend, including Friday night’s Thunderfest home opener

UVic Vikes Michael Baart (10), Adam Ravenhill (4) and Austin Schneebeli (7) leave the field following their 1-0 win over the Langara Falcons in front of 3,000 fans during UVic Thunderfest, Friday, Sept. 9.
Family Business Association-Vancouver Island President Stewart Story.

Business strengthens family bonds

Family Business Association emerged in May of this year out of the local chapter of the Canadian Association of Family Enterprise

Family Business Association-Vancouver Island President Stewart Story.
The generations of the Wilson family at the opening of Capital City Station in Victoria.

Wilson family follows successful business path

Now Vancouver Island's major transportation firm, Wilson's Transportation got its start on Saltspring Island in 1962

The generations of the Wilson family at the opening of Capital City Station in Victoria.

Homeless can come from all walks of life

Website links the public with Greater Victoria's homeless population

Former MP takes heat for new business

Former Okanagan Coquihalla MP Stockwell Day, responding to questions about his decision to go into private business as a government relations consultant, says he has gone to great lengths to ensure that his new enterprise does not violate federal ethics laws.

Cherry crop shaping up

It is still statistically uncertain how this year’s cherry crop will turn out to be. As the president of the B.C. Fruit Growers Association Joe Sardinha says, much of it depends on “what we haven’t had yet — summer.”