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Stats Canada expects COVID-19 to impact inflation

Inflation trajectory already pointing downards because of COVID-19

Sidney’s top emergency official reiterates need for physical distancing during virtual chat

The public Sunday also heard of future plans to help local businesses through tax deferments

Digitization of Peninsula News Review by Sidney Museum and Archives preserves historical legacy

Searchable database will ease research and preserve integrity of records

Fictionalized accounts of pandemics offer glimpses into our COVID-19 present

Contagion might capture the contemporary mood, but pandemics have a long tradition in fiction

Sidney to engage in unique experiment with virtual forum

Virtual ‘meet and greet’ will take place between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.

B.C. announces $3M for food banks to increase capacity during COVID-19

It is not clear how much of the money will flow towards Greater Victoria food banks

North Saanich drops speed limit on Lands End Road

Speed limit along the road drops to 50 km/h from 60 km/h

Personal, business bankruptcies down in British Columbia

New 2019 figures were released before COVID-19 pandemic

Sidney mayor updates residents on COVID-19 during virtual forum Sunday

The forum organized by Coun. Peter Wainwright runs March 29 from 2 to 3 p.m.

Provincial ban on outdoor burning affects all of Greater Victoria

Several south Island municipalities had already taken measures to stop outdoor burns

Rescue kitten lifts mood of Saanich couple in isolation

Gemma has been acting more like a dog in ability to learn tricks

Saanich Peninsula doctors dial up telehealth care

Patient visits at Shoreline Medical Services now happen online or over phone

COVID-19 curbs Sidney Taxi until further notice

Reduced demand results in company suspending operations

Crane contact cut power to 2,500 people in Sidney

The Tuesday outage started just before noon and ended around 5:30 p.m.

MLA Adam Olsen fears COVID-19 will overwhelm medical facilities on Gulf Islands

Residents call for a ban on external contact other than shipments of essentials

Langford residents give four-year-old girl a birthday to remember

COVID-19 cancelled Cassidy Gollmer’s fourth birthday party; neighbours gave it back

Central Saanich rallies around family displaced by Sunday fire

COVID-19 outbreak impacts what kind of donations can be accepted

Sunday fire causes extensive damage to Central Saanich home

Saanich Peninsula fire crews contain blaze to one residence

Greater Victoria among Canadian leaders in new housing prices

New housing prices rose by one per cent in February