Kyle Slavin

Church working with Telus to install cellphone antenna

Cadboro Bay United Church is considering striking a deal with Telus that would allow for a cellular antenna on the church grounds.

Work continues at the Craigflower bridge site as crews drill the bridge’s 44 piles into the bedrock in the Gorge Waterway. A portion of  the road upgrades were completed ahead of schedule

Design flaw leads to more delays, higher cost for Craigflower bridge

124 joints on bridge reenforced to boost seismic stability

Work continues at the Craigflower bridge site as crews drill the bridge’s 44 piles into the bedrock in the Gorge Waterway. A portion of  the road upgrades were completed ahead of schedule
The Steel Pacific Recycling yard on David Street is has a steel bin dedicated to the David Foster Foundation.

David Foster wants your barbecue

The David Foster Foundation seeks scrap metal to help support Canadian families who have a child in-need of an organ transplant.

The Steel Pacific Recycling yard on David Street is has a steel bin dedicated to the David Foster Foundation.

Dry grad cash still out of reach for Claremont

SD63 school board still rejecting donations made at liquor stores

Grade 12 Reynolds secondary student Cory Emerson knows why she is raising money for Tour de Rock and pediatric cancer research. She lost her five-year-old cousin to brain cancer and poured her heart and soul into a poem she performed at her school and posted on YouTube.

Fundraising machine kicks into gear at Reynolds school

Personal stories of loss and survival motivate students, staff to support Tour de Rock

Grade 12 Reynolds secondary student Cory Emerson knows why she is raising money for Tour de Rock and pediatric cancer research. She lost her five-year-old cousin to brain cancer and poured her heart and soul into a poem she performed at her school and posted on YouTube.

Car strikes tow truck head on in Saanich

A tow truck carrying a car that had been involved in a rollover crash Saturday was struck head-on by an impaired driver

With Saanich police Const. Jon Zielinski and German shepherd Zeke hit the agility course on Sunday at the 2013 Canadian Police Canine Championships at UVic’s Centennial Stadium.

Second national victory for Saanich police dog team

Saanich police Const. Jon Zielinski and his four-legged partner, Zeke, are now two-time champions at the police canine championships

With Saanich police Const. Jon Zielinski and German shepherd Zeke hit the agility course on Sunday at the 2013 Canadian Police Canine Championships at UVic’s Centennial Stadium.
Meet and see this year's Tour de Rock team launch their journey Saturday morning at Admirals Walk Coast Capital Savings branch

Tour de Rock kickoff Saturday

This year's 21-member Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team will begin their two-week fundraising journey on Saturday

Meet and see this year's Tour de Rock team launch their journey Saturday morning at Admirals Walk Coast Capital Savings branch

Strike avoided with CUPE school support workers

Public school support workers and the provincial government reached a tentative deal, but school districts on the hook for wage hikes

September 10

Sidewalks strike a chord with Saanich residents

Councillor puts on pressure for a public, long-term plan for sidewalk building

September 10
Sonia Nicholson

Capturing Saanich’s untold stories

Archive’s oral history project well into third decade

Sonia Nicholson
RCMP Island District members Jennifer Prunty

Gaining strength from those who can’t ride

Island District RCMP represented by three officers on 2013 Cops for Cancer team

RCMP Island District members Jennifer Prunty
Saanich police officers Const. Doug Franklin

Personal reasons to ride

Family members battling cancer motivate Saanich police Tour riders

Saanich police officers Const. Doug Franklin

Saanich 7-Eleven robbed for fourth time

Update: Suspect images released from the first three robberies

Three months, three robberies at Saanich 7-Eleven

7-Eleven at Tillicum and Carey roads robbed at knife point early Tuesday morning

Marion Jensen’s dog Sophie was attacked by another dog Saturday at Gyro Park beach. She has shunts and tubes in her injuries.

Dog on dog attack at Gyro Park a hard lesson for owner

Saanich pound stresses all owners need to have control of their animals

Marion Jensen’s dog Sophie was attacked by another dog Saturday at Gyro Park beach. She has shunts and tubes in her injuries.
Saanich police Sgt. Steve Eassie shows off a guided missile system launcher that was found discarded at the Hartland landfill last Wednesday (Sept. 4). Police say the one-time use weapon was just a “wartime souvenir” and was not operational.

Missile launcher found in Hartland recycling bin

Throwing a rocket launcher in a recycling bin at the landfill is not the way to get rid of military weaponry

Saanich police Sgt. Steve Eassie shows off a guided missile system launcher that was found discarded at the Hartland landfill last Wednesday (Sept. 4). Police say the one-time use weapon was just a “wartime souvenir” and was not operational.

Police track down wanted Saanich man

A wanted man who Saanich police had been looking for since Aug. 20 was arrested Saturday with the assistance of two dog units.

Saanich Youth Council seeks new members

Saanich is looking for a few good boys and girls who have a passion for their community.

Solar panels atop Reynolds secondary school were damaged overnight Wednesday or Thursday. Fourteen windows in the school were also smashed.

Solar panels, windows damaged by vandalism overnight at Reynolds secondary

Fourteen solar panels and 15 windows were smashed at Reynolds secondary in Saanich Wednesday night or Thursday morning

Solar panels atop Reynolds secondary school were damaged overnight Wednesday or Thursday. Fourteen windows in the school were also smashed.