Peninsula News Staff

Saanich Peninsula women who care keep kids in camps

Group donates $19,200 to Kamps for Kids

Homes fit for royals for sale in North Saanich

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have returned to Greater Victoria

The top Saanich Peninsula stories of 2019

These stories caught readers’ attention online at peninsulanewsreview.com

One man arrested stemming from allegations at Central Saanich daycare

Police executed a search warrant Monday at Montessori Educare Daycare in Saanichton

Donations down, Peninsula Santa’s Helpers worry heading into final week of toy drive

Coin, toy drive supports 250 children registered with the Saanich Peninsula Lions Food Bank

Winds clip ferry sailings between Brentwood Bay, Mill Bay

The 11 a.m. from the Peninsula and 11:35 a.m. from Mill Bay

The Grinch decks the halls for Sidney’s holiday season

A flurry of holiday events to be had in Sidney this year

Flurry of Yuletide activities coming to Sidney

Sidney Business Improvement Area Society and members organize festive events

Celtic vespers welcomes award-winning Ecclestons

Winners of the Vancouver Island MPower Award perform Oct. 20

Meet Your Candidates: The battle for your vote heats up in Saanich-Gulf Islands

Advance voting opens Oct. 11, ahead of the Oct. 21 election

No injuries reported in Sidney rollover crash

Crash at Lochside and Weiler impacted traffic

Green Party campaign says signs taken from lawns

More than 23 signs missing from Saanich–Gulf Islands riding

Volunteers needed to work the waterway at Hagan/Graham Creek

Restoration work continues on Peninsula watershed

Metchosin ‘horse hero’ vying for Horse Canada prize

Paula Leweke rescues 10 horses a year from slaughter

Peninsula Panthers battle rival Saanich Braves to open season

BCHL hockey returns to Panorama Recreation Centre on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Saanichton corn production keeps popping well into fall

Silver Rill Corn preparing for busy long weekend

More than 300 crashes on Vancouver Island each Labour Day long weekend: ICBC

ICBC cautions drivers ahead of busy weekend on B.C. roads

Planned highway flyover will meet Pat Bay traffic’s ‘highest priority needs,’ ministry says

Proposed design won’t address truck traffic heading towards the Keating Industrial area