Saanich News Staff

A coven of witches paddle boarding on Elk Lake on Sunday afternoon. (Robert Day photo)

PHOTOS: Coven paddles through Saanich waters

Email your spooky images and videos to editor@saanichnews.com

A coven of witches paddle boarding on Elk Lake on Sunday afternoon. (Robert Day photo)
(Black Press Media file photo)

Police arrest suspect in Saanich liquor store break and enters

Windowpane removal key component in string of thefts

(Black Press Media file photo)
The NDP’s Lana Popham, who was reelected as Saanich South MLA on Oct. 24, is ready to get back to work at the B.C. legislature. Popham has served this term as agriculture minister and expects to return to the post when Premier John Horgan’s cabinet reconvenes soon. (Photo courtesy Lana Popham)

NDP’s Lana Popham reclaims Saanich South riding

Liberal candidate won’t concede ‘out of respect for those who voted by mail’

The NDP’s Lana Popham, who was reelected as Saanich South MLA on Oct. 24, is ready to get back to work at the B.C. legislature. Popham has served this term as agriculture minister and expects to return to the post when Premier John Horgan’s cabinet reconvenes soon. (Photo courtesy Lana Popham)
Saanich Police are investigating a broken window at the Greater Victoria School District office. (Devon Bidal/News Staff)

Saanich police suspect slingshot used to break window at SD61 office

Police find ball- bearing, or pellet, below broken window at school board

Saanich Police are investigating a broken window at the Greater Victoria School District office. (Devon Bidal/News Staff)
A bear similar to this black bear is believed responsible for killing a llama in Saanich on Oct. 19. (Black Press Media file photo)

Saanich residents warned to watch livestock after bear kills llama

Officers with Conservation, Saanich police could not track the bear they feel may not fear humans

A bear similar to this black bear is believed responsible for killing a llama in Saanich on Oct. 19. (Black Press Media file photo)
Saanich police are warning residents to be aware of a non-aggressive bear sighting in the 400-block of Haliburton Terrace. (Black Press Media file photo)

Non-aggressive bear spotted in Saanich neighbourhood

Saanich police advise residents to be aware of sighting in the 400-block of Haliburton Terrace

Saanich police are warning residents to be aware of a non-aggressive bear sighting in the 400-block of Haliburton Terrace. (Black Press Media file photo)
St. Luke’s Players host an online show this fall. (Google Maps)

Saanich thespians host online premier of Firehoses & Family

St. Luke’s Players use Zoom to bring comedy to its audience

St. Luke’s Players host an online show this fall. (Google Maps)

Island family gifts $160,000 toward building accessible outdoor programs in Saanich

Power to Be’s Saanich site benefits from David Mason Fund

VIDEO: Uncapped needle found on door of Saanich business, police seek suspect

Female suspect caught on CCTV placing needle on Sept. 30

McKenzie Avenue traffic impacted by early morning Saanich crash

BC Hydro repairing pole involved in crash

Saanich Emergency Program puts emphasis on preparation

Colouring contest aims to boost awaredness of being ready for an emergency

Saanich junior hockey club launches orca logo in time for season opener

VIJHL team relies on streaming for fans amid COVID-19 precautions

Overnight shutdown of Highway 1 at McKenzie interchange for sign installation

Traffic will be impacted in both directions, detour available

UPDATED: Driver faces charges after crash at Blanshard and Saanich

Lanes closed Monday afternoon, one person taken to hospital

New crop of hand-crafted hearts popping up across Saanich

Community arts program promotes wellness, sends message of caring from people of all ages

TRAFFIC: Saanich emergency crews responding to Pat Bay Highway collision

Incident took place at Haliburton Road intersection

UPDATED: Saanich police have found 18-year-old missing teen safe

The teen had been last seen at her home Sept. 9.

Heavy rains cause wastewater overflow off Oak Bay, Saanich beaches

Affected beaches will be posted with public health advisory signs

Friday night tickets affect Saturday behaviour at the University of Victoria

Saanich police see direct response after issuing several $230 fines

Saanich offers free saplings to encourage residents to spruce up for National Tree Day

Giveaway to take place Sept. 21 in Glanford Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.