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Saanich’s Red Lion Inn receives council’s blessing for extended liquor hours

Extension comes more than two years after a major fire

Province continues to investigate Saanich’s Horticultural Centre of the Pacific

Investigation stems from May 2 incident that turned Colquitz River ‘chocolate brown’

Saanich Police take down snake camera

Snake first seen in December 2018 has remained elusive

Canadians not afraid to take the plunge for the second time

Most will wait almost five years before remarrying

B.C. getting less bang for its buck

B.C.’s CPI topped 2.7 per cent in April 2019, compared to two per cent for all of Canada

Greater Victoria builders and Saanich embroiled in email feud

VRBA says members don’t want Saanich ‘spam’ over new building code

Saanich paves way for demolition of historic Caddy Bay cabin

Cottage at 3927 Cadboro Bay Rd. one of the last of its kind, dating back to the area’s resort days

Regional district asks public to help spy sunken ships across Greater Victoria and beyond

More than 30 boats recovered since start of federal program

Humanist association applauds Saanich’s decision to commission report into tax exemptions

Saanich is becoming ‘increasingly diverse and irreligious community,’ says secluar organization

British Columbia second among Canadian provinces when it comes to spending money on booze

Only residents of Newfoundland and Labrador ($1,056) spent more than British Columbians ($864)

Saanich strikes requirement for a yes-no verdict on amalgamation

Critics of requirement said it unnecessarily constrained decision-making of citizens’ assembly

Saanich cites climate change emergency, denies additional signage for gas stations

Requested variance would have added signage to four Esso stations

UVic racing team drives past adversity

Team recovered to compete in major racing competition despite losing key parts to theft

Howard the Gnome not yet approved for Saanich farm land

Cost is $1,500 to apply for approval from Agricultural Land Commission

Public benefits test for churches could be coming to Saanich after all

Council Monday asked staff to prepare report into ‘implications’ of such a test

Greater Victoria records lowest unemployment rate in Canada for April

Unemployment rate stood at 2.8 per cent in April

Saanich students grow with Claremont’s drama program

Claremont Secondary School’s production of Daisy Pulls It Off starts Wednesday

Saanich might find it ‘challenging’ to introduce test for religious tax exemptions

Finding appears in a staff report on permissive tax exemptions

Saanich councillor defends request for a clear yes-no answer on amalgamation

Coun. Colin Plant said it would be a “significant missed opportunity” not to ask that question

Investigators continue to investigate death in Central Saanich

One person dead, two injured and one man in custody following Brentwood Bay incident