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Two men brandishing long-barrelled pellet guns were arrested and released without charges Monday after a tense morning for Saanich police in Panama Flats.
Judge rules municipality should pay for widow's court fees
Craigflower Bridge is not falling down, but it’s being inspected routinely just to be sure.
For Saanich police officers, the annual Tour de Rock trek is a personal journey
A 35-year-old man, who unsuccessfully fled from Saanich and Regional Crime Unit officers, now faces multiple drug trafficking and weapons-related charges.
On an unusually quiet night, well after the sun has set, Saanich…
"It may be the most unique site in the province, to have that much public good accomplished on one site," Mayor Frank Leonard said. When completed, the campus will include affordable family housing, low-income seniors housing and independent seniors apartments.
"Don't leave a child alone – at all, even if you expect it to be a minute. That one minute can grow into 15 minutes if you get delayed dropping off a video or running into the grocery store," said the Vancouver Island Health Authority's Dr. Murray Fyfe. "It's the same thing for pets. They shouldn't be left unattended in a vehicle."
A mother who left her three-year-old girl locked inside an SUV in the hot sun came back to find police waiting. A man passing by noticed the child in distress inside the Ford Escape, parked in the 100-block of Obed Ave. Wednesday afternoon. The man called police around 5:30 p.m., as the temperature hovered around 25 C.
Around 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Saanich's traffic safety unit was stationed along Willis Point Road near Wallace Drive when the laser speed reader captured the red, Ducati motorbike travelling 170 km/h.
Narumi Bito’s future in Canada is now in the hands of a jury.
A man and a women were arrested at a drive-thru restaurant Friday morning, while Saanich police were busy raiding the pair’s home as part of an ongoing drug investigation.
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A 21-year-old Japanese exchange student who gave birth in the bathroom of a Saanich home before wrapping the newborn in a bag and leaving it in her bedroom testified Monday that she wasn’t confident she was pregnant.
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Starlight Pops Choir performing matinees this weekend in Saanich
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