Dan Ebenal

Royal Oak Burial Park’s Lorraine Fracy, the client services manager, and Crystabelle Fobler, the new executive director, are ready for the eighth annual Summer So(u)lstice on Saturday.                                Saanich News file photo

Royal Oak Burial Park event welcomes summer to Saanich

Park will be filled with art and music for Summer So(u)lstice on Saturday

Royal Oak Burial Park’s Lorraine Fracy, the client services manager, and Crystabelle Fobler, the new executive director, are ready for the eighth annual Summer So(u)lstice on Saturday.                                Saanich News file photo
Participants prepare for the start of last year’s Raymond James Father’s Day Walk and Run for Prostate Cancer. This year’s run goes June 18 from the Vancouver Island Tech Park.                                Photo submitted

Stepping up support for dad on Father’s Day

Raymond James Father’s Day Walk and Run for Prostate Cancer goes June 18 from the Vancouver Island Tech Park

Participants prepare for the start of last year’s Raymond James Father’s Day Walk and Run for Prostate Cancer. This year’s run goes June 18 from the Vancouver Island Tech Park.                                Photo submitted
VIDEO: Saanich’s Pacific Christian School breaks ground on $6 million Yakimovich Centre

VIDEO: Saanich’s Pacific Christian School breaks ground on $6 million Yakimovich Centre

900 students join staff and parents for ceremony for facility set to be complete in September 2018

VIDEO: Saanich’s Pacific Christian School breaks ground on $6 million Yakimovich Centre
Participants head out on last year’s Gutsy Walk. This year’s walk takes place June 4 at Gorge Park.                                Photo submitted

Walk brings support to those with Crohn’s and colitis

Victoria Gutsy Walk set for June 4 at Gorge Park

Participants head out on last year’s Gutsy Walk. This year’s walk takes place June 4 at Gorge Park.                                Photo submitted
Norma Fitzsimmons stands with the 1964 Studebaker Lark she owned when it was new along with the car’s current owners Ken and Erika Pleasance, and Spectrum teacher Allen Anderson and his shop class that is restoring it. Dan Ebenal/News Staff

Caddy Bay resident takes a ride down memory lane

Spectrum shop class reunites 1964 Studebaker convertible with its original owner

Norma Fitzsimmons stands with the 1964 Studebaker Lark she owned when it was new along with the car’s current owners Ken and Erika Pleasance, and Spectrum teacher Allen Anderson and his shop class that is restoring it. Dan Ebenal/News Staff
Saanich woman facing charges for deliberately causing numerous crashes

Saanich woman facing charges for deliberately causing numerous crashes

Police in Saanich, Oak Bay and Victoria received reports of car purposely striking other vehicles

Saanich woman facing charges for deliberately causing numerous crashes
A fundraising gala at Uptown’s At the Pointe raised $600,000 to help bring a Clubhouse International facility to the Victoria area. Photo submitted

Gala raises $600,000 for mental health facility for Greater Victoria

The dream of a new Greater Victoria facility to serve those living…

A fundraising gala at Uptown’s At the Pointe raised $600,000 to help bring a Clubhouse International facility to the Victoria area. Photo submitted
Jenny Paiva and Wade Feenstra with Access Records shred some documents at Tillicum Centre on Friday. The Better Business Bureau serving Vancouver Island provided the shredding by donation for individuals and small businesses to benefit local non-profit HeroWork to support their Radical Renovation projects. (Dan Ebenal/News Staff)

BBB Vancouver Island provides confidential shredding to benefit HeroWork

Jenny Paiva and Wade Feenstra with Access Records shred some documents at…

Jenny Paiva and Wade Feenstra with Access Records shred some documents at Tillicum Centre on Friday. The Better Business Bureau serving Vancouver Island provided the shredding by donation for individuals and small businesses to benefit local non-profit HeroWork to support their Radical Renovation projects. (Dan Ebenal/News Staff)
Cloverdale Traditional School students Ella (front) and Maddi Huxtable try out some vintage desks as they join vice-principal Sandra Jost in preparing for the May 26 event to celebrate the school’s centennial.                                 Dan Ebenal/News Staff

Cloverdale School celebrates history in the making

Celebration marking the Saanich school’s 100th anniversary set for May 26

Cloverdale Traditional School students Ella (front) and Maddi Huxtable try out some vintage desks as they join vice-principal Sandra Jost in preparing for the May 26 event to celebrate the school’s centennial.                                 Dan Ebenal/News Staff
Shirley Tucker celebrates her 100th birthday on Tuesday. Tucker lives in the same home in Uplands that her parents first moved into in the 1930s. Dan Ebenal/Black Press

Uplands resident set to celebrate a century

Shirley Tucker still lives in the Weald Road home her family has been in since 1932

Shirley Tucker celebrates her 100th birthday on Tuesday. Tucker lives in the same home in Uplands that her parents first moved into in the 1930s. Dan Ebenal/Black Press
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