Daniel Palmer

The Grange Road home of Carl Graham Young

Saanich man killed in car crash left home to Victoria Cool Aid Society

Carl Graham Young, 60, was the passenger in a van that crashed on March 21 along West Saanich Road

The Grange Road home of Carl Graham Young
Carol-Lynne Michaels displays some of the plastic products she couldn’t avoid

Plastics waste ban gains momentum in Greater Victoria

Plastic-free life difficult to pull off, advocate proves

Carol-Lynne Michaels displays some of the plastic products she couldn’t avoid
Amanda Schenk

Crime Stoppers sets up shop in Saanich

Anonymous tip hotline now runs out of Saanich Police Department for all of Greater Victoria

Amanda Schenk
Carly Burbank

A passion for fossils births traveling dinosaur show

Amazing Traveling Dinosaur Show launches Dec. 3 at Uptown; Saanich creators make big plans to head across Canada

Carly Burbank

Election 2014: Leonard responds to ‘conflict of interest’ claims in CRD sewage dealings

Saanich Mayor Frank Leonard says connection to sewage engineering firm has always been public knowledge

MP Elizabeth May on Parliament shooting: ‘Time seems to have stopped’

Saanich-Gulf Islands MP under lockdown in her Ottawa office with seven office staff after gunman enters Parliament Hill

University of Victoria Art History and Visual Studies Prof. Marcus Milwright displays the first page of a two-volume diary

First World War sketches a mystery

UVic experts are hoping history buffs can help them discover a mystery WWI cartoonist

University of Victoria Art History and Visual Studies Prof. Marcus Milwright displays the first page of a two-volume diary
Camosun College student Mataya Jim

Camosun College seeks to become scholarly, community leader in First Nations research

Camosun renames aboriginal department as First Nations students number 1,000 from 50 nations

Camosun College student Mataya Jim

Election 2014: Amalgamation ‘not a Saanich debate:’ Mayor

District of Saanich: Leonard says amalgamation is for smaller municipalities to decide on their own

Andrew Weaver speaks to a packed house at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre Lounge earlier this year. Weaver is now leading the charge with a petition to pressure the B.C. government to enter binding arbitration with the province's teachers' union.

MLA Andrew Weaver launches petition to end ‘schoolyard bullying’ in teachers’ strike

Oak Bay-Gordon Head MLA says binding arbitration is not as risky as province claims

Andrew Weaver speaks to a packed house at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre Lounge earlier this year. Weaver is now leading the charge with a petition to pressure the B.C. government to enter binding arbitration with the province's teachers' union.
Daphne Taylor

Dog owners bark back at B.C. Transit rules

Raging Grannies have collected hundreds of signatures from dog owners fed up with kennel requirement on buses

Daphne Taylor

Election 2014: Sewage treatment critic enters Saanich mayoral race

District of Saanich: Richard Atwell to challenge Frank Leonard in Nov. 15 election

B.C. deputy minister files defamation suit against MLA Rob Fleming

Athana Mentzelopoulos, jobs, tourism and skills deputy minister, claims Fleming damaged her reputation in online petition

Back to school: Make lunchtime fun time, says expert

Kids can often be much pickier eaters than their parents

‘Forced hiatus’ on CRD sewage project an opportunity, says Saanich councillor

Westshore communities, Esquimalt working on terms of reference for distributed model study

Contraband tobacco sales could be costing the B.C. government millions of dollars a year

Contraband cigarettes flowing freely in Greater Victoria

Illegal tobacco could be costing province as much as $120 million annually, says advocacy group

Contraband tobacco sales could be costing the B.C. government millions of dollars a year
Interactive Construction’s Russ Barry

Water-absorbing driveway leads green push in Victoria

Ron Manuel decided to install pervious concrete after learning about the City of Victoria’s pending stormwater utility

Interactive Construction’s Russ Barry

Youth mental health facility Ledger House undergoing renovations

13-bed facility adding two beds for future capacity, though Island Health says beds won't be utilized without extra funding

Saanich police seek witnesses in possible stabbing at Rainbow Park

Wednesday night incident left Saanich man, 35, with serious injuries

A free tennis lesson takes place at Vic West Community Centre in May. The Society for Kids at Tennis is offering classes for hard-up Saanich kids and teens every Wednesday at Hampton Park courts.

Free tennis lessons offered to Saanich kids, teens

Tennis volunteers hold free tennis lessons at Hampton Park tennis courts each Wednesday in Saanich

A free tennis lesson takes place at Vic West Community Centre in May. The Society for Kids at Tennis is offering classes for hard-up Saanich kids and teens every Wednesday at Hampton Park courts.