Kyle Slavin

Neil Salmond hangs decorations in his front yard

Big and bold, Christmas returns to Tuxedo Drive

Beloved display lights up Saanich neighbourhood after a year hiatus

Neil Salmond hangs decorations in his front yard

Emily Carr library closes Sunday

The Emily Carr branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library will close its doors for good Sunday before it reopens in a new location.

Saanich police officers inspect the front entrance to Thrifty Foods at Saanich Centre Tuesday afternoon

Woman handed $81 fine for driving through Saanich storefront

75-year-old Saanich woman issued ticket for driving on sidewalk after crashing vehicle through Thrifty Foods, injuring 3 people

Saanich police officers inspect the front entrance to Thrifty Foods at Saanich Centre Tuesday afternoon

Man in police custody attacks visitor at psychiatric centre

Police, Island Health examine procedures, create joint committee after assault in waiting room at Archie Courtnall Centre

Clay court tennis opponents decry loss of parkland

Saanich hosts meeting on tennis court proposal, which draws huge crowd and plenty of opinions

Lori Lelonde

When will the Saanich-View Royal roadwork end?

Business owners near Craigflower Bridge feel the pinch from years of ongoing infrastructure work

Lori Lelonde

Clay court proposal in Saanich a hot potato

Saanich parks staff has taken an unusually noncommittal position on a proposed clay court tennis facility at Cedar Hill Recreation

Members of the 2013 Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team stand in a crowded gymnasium at Reynolds secondary school on the last day of the 1

Reynolds secondary hits $101,000 for Cops for Cancer

This week students presented the team with a final tally of $101,134 – more than $26,000 more than they had originally expected to donate.

Members of the 2013 Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team stand in a crowded gymnasium at Reynolds secondary school on the last day of the 1
For minor crimes

The grey area of criminal justice

Victoria police agencies keen to use restorative justice to avoid slow court system, promote empathy between victim and offender

For minor crimes

Greater Victoria school district ends ban on Wi-Fi for K-5 grades

Schools required to consult with parents on Wi-Fi before installation

Saanich traffic officers seize cash, drugs

Saanich police located drugs and seized $24,000 in cash during two unrelated vehicle checks.

University of Victoria swimmer Craig Dagnall trains at the Commonwealth pool earlier this year. Commonwealth Place celebrates its 20th anniversary this weekend.

Saanich’s Commonwealth Place celebrates 20 years

Twenty years ago next Monday, ribbons were officially cut and the public got its first look inside the $22-million Commonwealth Place.

University of Victoria swimmer Craig Dagnall trains at the Commonwealth pool earlier this year. Commonwealth Place celebrates its 20th anniversary this weekend.

Invasive ladybugs seek hibernation space

With the arrival of cooler weather and the impending winter, don’t be surprised if you start seeing more spotted beetles than usual.

Saanich hit with rash of break and enters

Police are warning residents about the importance of locking windows and doors following a series of brazen daytime break and enters.

Police dog helps nab B&E suspect

Saanich police arrested a 24-year-old man early Tuesday morning who broke into a commercial building in the 800-block of Cloverdale Ave.

Rob Ford fiasco a warning to B.C. on four-year civic council terms

Few mechanisms in place to eject elected municipal officials who break the law or admit to bad behaviour

Chris Linford

COURAGE: Fighting PTSD

One man engages in battle against post traumatic stress disorder, depression by sharing his story

Chris Linford

Musical showcases young talents on stage

Saltwater Creative Arts Studio brings 13, a high-energy musical about in and standing out, to the stage.

The TD logo on the bottom righthand corner of the cover of Boy Soup goes againt Saanich School District policies and

Saanich School District says no thanks to free book for Grade 1s

School board policy prohibits accepting material with a corporate logo, in this case TD Bank

The TD logo on the bottom righthand corner of the cover of Boy Soup goes againt Saanich School District policies and

Good Samaritan injured in Saanich road rage fight

Two drivers brandished weapons and engaged in a physical altercation in the middle of a Saanich intersection