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Saanich calls for reinstatement of school police liaisons in Greater Victoria

Saanich calls for reinstatement of school police liaisons in Greater Victoria

The program was discontinued in 2023 following a recommendation from B.C.’s human rights commissioner
Saanich to allow electric scooters after council votes to join pilot program

Saanich to allow electric scooters after council votes to join pilot program

District to join revised provincial pilot in April, scooters will need to follow road rules for bikes
Students work for wildfire resilience at Langford’s Belmont Secondary

Students work for wildfire resilience at Langford’s Belmont Secondary

FireSmart effort brought students together with local, provincial firefighters
Central Saanich looks to increase property taxes by 7.76 %

Central Saanich looks to increase property taxes by 7.76 %

Sewer and water rates would also rise according to draft financial plan
Saanich council lands on property tax increase of 7.91%

Saanich council lands on property tax increase of 7.91%

Tax increase is part of a draft financial plan to go back to council for final adoption in April
Saanich council debating property tax increase of 8.7%

Saanich council debating property tax increase of 8.7%

Proposed hike could mean an extra $297 for homeowners, but council looking for ways to trim it
More lawsuits filed against buyers in Victoria’s Vivid building, total at 22

More lawsuits filed against buyers in Victoria’s Vivid building, total at 22

Province’s suits allege wealthy buyers took advantage of affordable housing program
Victoria affordable housing units bought by wealthy investors, lawsuits allege

Victoria affordable housing units bought by wealthy investors, lawsuits allege

Vivid building was supposed to be for middle income buyers, accused say program requirements met
Central Saanich to stop using X, staff say its just not effective anymore

Central Saanich to stop using X, staff say its just not effective anymore

Social media site formerly known as Twitter being axed in favour of Instagram, Facebook
Sidney Council approves measure to allow backyard hens

Sidney Council approves measure to allow backyard hens

Final vote on Feb. 26 saw bylaw change pass by a slim margin