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Open houses Saturday and Tuesday will give Saanich residents an opportunity to gauge five new parking garage options
The Canadian Blood Services (CBS) clinic on Saanich Road is about to make blood donations even more valuable
The 100-year-old man was clocked driving his Buick Century 50 km/h in the 5000-block of Cordova Bay Rd.
An elderly German couple living in Saanich was woken up early Saturday morning by a panicked female caller, in need of $40,000.
Saanich police now have an electric vehicle – a 2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV – partially paid for through the municipality's carbon trust fund.
Three people sent to hospital including the driver of a B.C. Transit bus after a collision with a Honda Civic early Tuesday.
On Sunday, crews were called to the 2800-block of Adelaide Ave. after a sheen of oil was reportedly seen in a nearby ditch.
The man returned to the Saanich police department headquarters soon after with $220 in cash to pay for the broken car window.
More than 225 kilograms of aluminum piping was stolen sometime between the evening of Friday, Feb. 25 and the morning of Monday, Feb. 27.
In July 2008, Saanich police charged Robert Charles Lawrence with sexual assault and overcoming resistance by strangulation.
At Wednesday's joint council meeting, B.C. Transit asks Saanich, Victoria to support funding to help make rapid transit decisions
Purchase is the last piece of the puzzle to build a transit exchange at Uptown in Saanich.
High school’s gay-straight alliance looks to educate, promote acceptance, and reduce harassment, isolation and depression
Eight Saanich councillors, eight Victoria councillors and both municipalities’ respective mayors are expected to meet
Two cyclists "prowling around" businesses near Glanford and Vanalman avenues were spotted by Regional Crime Unit officers Feb. 18.
Another home heating oil spill in Saanich pollutes Colquitz River after tank's fuel line fails
Councillors Dean Murdock and Nichola Wade resign following the revelation the province will sell off surplus land.
At least three more home heating tanks in Saanich have had spills, leaking at least 400 more litres of oil into the ground
Last year, Saanich council twice rejected the university’s plan for a Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities (CARSA).
“What we’re doing is for the benefit of the city, and once (businesses) realize that, they sign up,” said MeshMesh project manager.