Saanich–Gulf Islands

Instead of being demolished, two Fairfield houses found new homes this week. The structures were moved to make way for a town house development. (Courtesy of Ryan Goodman)

Victoria houses take barge to San Juan, Gulf Islands

Fairfield homes moved to make way for townhouse development

 

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau speaks to the crowd during his final campaign rally at the Bard & Banker in Victoria on Sunday. (Sophie Heizer/News Staff)

Regional election results in Greater Victoria retain the status quo

NDP retains three out of four seats in Greater Victoria

 

(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young)

Greater Victoria polling stations are closed

Election officials report no issues so far

(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young)
Turnout steady at Saanich Peninsula polls

Turnout steady at Saanich Peninsula polls

Election officials report no issues so far

Turnout steady at Saanich Peninsula polls
(Elections Canada photo)

Polls now closed in Canada’s 2019 federal election

Which party will be chosen to form the next government?

(Elections Canada photo)
Federal Election 2019: Saanich-Gulf Islands

Federal Election 2019: Saanich-Gulf Islands

Meet your candidates and more information on how to cast your ballot

Federal Election 2019: Saanich-Gulf Islands
Federal Election 2019: What you need to know

Federal Election 2019: What you need to know

Meet your candidates and more information on how to cast your ballot

Federal Election 2019: What you need to know
Meet Your Candidates: The battle for your vote heats up in Saanich-Gulf Islands
Meet Your Candidates: The battle for your vote heats up in Saanich-Gulf Islands
Charlotte Brady (left) and Anastasia Castro head the Kids For Plastic Free Canada. They were two of the students present at a special presentation to the B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy on Tuesday afternoon. (File contributed/ Margaret McCullough)

Victoria students, climate activists urge province for protection beyond a plastic bag ban

Kids for Plastic Free Canada, Surfridermeet with Minister of Environment and Climate Strategy

Charlotte Brady (left) and Anastasia Castro head the Kids For Plastic Free Canada. They were two of the students present at a special presentation to the B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy on Tuesday afternoon. (File contributed/ Margaret McCullough)
Uptown’s first Oktoberfest is happening on Oct. 5 (pexels.com/Engin Akyurt)

Saanich’s Uptown centre hosts its first Oktoberfest

The family-friendly event happens on Oct. 5

Uptown’s first Oktoberfest is happening on Oct. 5 (pexels.com/Engin Akyurt)
There are a number of options when it comes to voting in the upcoming federal election including advanced polls, mail-in voting, and voting on election day, Oct. 21. (File Photo)
There are a number of options when it comes to voting in the upcoming federal election including advanced polls, mail-in voting, and voting on election day, Oct. 21. (File Photo)
Ron Broda, candidate for the People’s Party of Canada, campaigning with volunteer Bridget Burns, sees himself as an advocate for the people with disabilities. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)

North Saanich candidate steps up for other amputees

Ron Broda talks about his journey with a prosthetic limb

Ron Broda, candidate for the People’s Party of Canada, campaigning with volunteer Bridget Burns, sees himself as an advocate for the people with disabilities. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)
Election signs popped up at the corner of Highway 17 and Beacon Avenue shortly after the dropping of the writ, marking the start of Canada’s 43rd election campaign. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)

Elizabeth May predicts ‘likely’ more Greens elected in Greater Victoria

Canada’s 43rd federal election kicked off Wednesday

Election signs popped up at the corner of Highway 17 and Beacon Avenue shortly after the dropping of the writ, marking the start of Canada’s 43rd election campaign. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)
Ron Broda (right) is running in Saanich–Gulf Islands for the People’s Party of Canada under the leadership of Maxime Bernier, who founded the party after losing the leadership contest for the Conservative Party of Canada to its current leader Andrew Scheer. (Ron Broda/Facebook)

Former Saanich cop who lost his leg in collision running against Elizabeth May

Ron Broda is running in the Saanich-Gulf Islands riding for the People’s Party of Canada

Ron Broda (right) is running in Saanich–Gulf Islands for the People’s Party of Canada under the leadership of Maxime Bernier, who founded the party after losing the leadership contest for the Conservative Party of Canada to its current leader Andrew Scheer. (Ron Broda/Facebook)
Central Saanich Mayor Ryan Windsor will be running for the federal Liberals in Saanich-Gulf Islands after securing the nomination last month. (Black Press File)

Ryan Windsor will carry Liberal banner for Saanich-Gulf Islands

Central Saanich mayor wins federal party’s nomination ahead of October election

Central Saanich Mayor Ryan Windsor will be running for the federal Liberals in Saanich-Gulf Islands after securing the nomination last month. (Black Press File)
Saanich Gulf-Islands Tory candidate David Busch says his party’s environmental platform will be pragmatic, without being punitive. (Ryan Trelford/Submitted).

Tory candidate for Saanich Gulf-Islands stresses historical legacy, pragmatism

David Busch hopes to unseat local MP Elizabeth May after becoming candidate a year ago

Saanich Gulf-Islands Tory candidate David Busch says his party’s environmental platform will be pragmatic, without being punitive. (Ryan Trelford/Submitted).
Saanich resident Sabina Singh, here seen with federal New Democratic leader Jagmeet Singh, will run for the party in Saanich–Gulf Islands. (Teale Phelps Bondaroff/Submitted)

Saanich resident to carry NDP banner against local MP Elizabeth May

Sabina Singh will accept nomination Saturday at Saanich Commonwealth Place

Saanich resident Sabina Singh, here seen with federal New Democratic leader Jagmeet Singh, will run for the party in Saanich–Gulf Islands. (Teale Phelps Bondaroff/Submitted)