Christine van Reeuwyk

The BC SPCA says that while rabbits may be cute

Rabbits make for bad Easter gifts: BC SPCA

They may be cute, but pets are an expensive, lifetime commitment

The BC SPCA says that while rabbits may be cute
Mykel Furgason

Saanich residents wage war on graffiti

Police, municipality promote cleanup and maintenance of public areas

Mykel Furgason

UVic’s undersea infrastructure grows with cloud funding from IBM

University of Victoria announces major funding with new Smart Oceans BC program

Former manager gets suspended sentence for Red Lion stabbing incident

Zhi Wei “Wally” Meng, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault Wednesday in Victoria

St. Margaret’s School student Kelsey Farmer

Saanich teen rows her way to Boston University

‘Grit and tenacity’ earn young rower full-ride at BU

St. Margaret’s School student Kelsey Farmer
Curler Tim Henderson will represent B.C. at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George next February after winning with his foursome last month in Vernon.

Lambrick Park student makes curling Team BC

16-year-old Tim Henderson will represent B.C. at the Canada Winter Games next February

Curler Tim Henderson will represent B.C. at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George next February after winning with his foursome last month in Vernon.
John Heron

Flower power

Saanich man backs Cancer Society campaign after saving his twin’s life

John Heron
Mindil Beach will perform during the Off the Grid festival at Claremont secondary April 17. The concert is free and open to the public from 3 to 5 p.m.

Saanich festival empowers green youth

Youth Climate Action Summit and Off the Grid Music Festival at Claremont secondary April 17

Mindil Beach will perform during the Off the Grid festival at Claremont secondary April 17. The concert is free and open to the public from 3 to 5 p.m.

Saanich observatory supporters hope for May reopening

Public component at Saanich astronomy centre could be open in a month

Old wallet mystery solved

Red wallet found after 30 years in Saanich park returned to rightful owner

Victoria police Const. Phil DiBattista

Blue-line battle for boys in blue

Saanich, Victoria cops to face off Tuesday night for Special Olympics fundraiser

Victoria police Const. Phil DiBattista
Claudia Parfitt shows off an Oak Bay senior secondary school ID from 1977-78 and a red wallet she discovered while pulling invasive species at Bruce Hutchison Park.

Park clean-up yields 37-year-old wallet

Saanich woman finds old wallet belonging to Nicola Ker while pulling invasives from Bruce Hutchison Park

Claudia Parfitt shows off an Oak Bay senior secondary school ID from 1977-78 and a red wallet she discovered while pulling invasive species at Bruce Hutchison Park.
Uptown's leasing numbers have seen little growth in the last 12 months. Currently 83 to 85 per cent of retail space is leased out

Retail leasing at Uptown gains little ground in 12 months

25% of Saanich centre’s office and retail space remains vacant

Uptown's leasing numbers have seen little growth in the last 12 months. Currently 83 to 85 per cent of retail space is leased out
Spectrum community school grad Shanice Marcelle capped her university volleyball career at UBC by being named University Athlete of the Year.

Saanich grad spikes B.C. competition

Volleyball player Shanice Marcelle named province’s University Athlete of the Year

Spectrum community school grad Shanice Marcelle capped her university volleyball career at UBC by being named University Athlete of the Year.

Saanich, college partnership helps beautify park

Students from Pearson College volunteer for intense invasive clean-up at Bruce Hutchison Park

Camosun breaks ground on new trades school

Post-secondary's Interurban campus to play host to new Trades Education and Innovation centre

Gregor Kowalski

Royal Oak greensman named top superintendent in B.C.

Superintendent of Saanich golf club is province’s best

Gregor Kowalski

Breakers beat no. 1 seed, fall to host

Oak Bay High second in B.C. basketball

Greater Victoria School District hires new ‘super’

Sherri Bell takes over as CEO/superintendent of schools effective today (March 6)

Amended tree bylaw aims to better protect nature

Saanich parks expected to present updated bylaw Monday with the intent to stem the loss of canopy cover