Dan Ebenal

Cloverdale school set to celebrate a century

Switch to a traditional school a decade ago brought a huge spike in enrolment

Saanich couple begin remediation of contaminated soil

Work will run more than $100,000 to remove 800 tonnes of soil contaminated by furnace oil

Saanich students find their fit for career choices

Hundreds of middle school students take part in WorkBC Find Your Fit Tour at Glanford middle school

Misconduct allegations upheld against Saanich Police officer

Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner finds evidence of abuse of authority and use of unnecessary force

Cordova Bay teacher picks up baton for Peninsula Singers

Lena Palermo takes over from Glenda Korella as artistic director of Peninsula Singers

Group of Saanich women show that they care

The 100 Women Who Care - Saanich Peninsula chapter has raised more than $85,000 since it was formed in 2015

Saanich firefighters get cooking to benefit charity

Fire To Fork – The Firefighters Cookbook expected to hit bookshelves in spring

United Way efforts continue throughout the year

United Way Greater Victoria’s workplace campaign has a goal of 13,000 donors

Doncaster receives new playground

Saanich school's parent advisory council leads effort to complete $47,000 project

Holiday spirit lights up Wallace Drive home

Teen strings up nearly 18,000 lights on his family's Saanich property

Fables come to life on Berwick stage

Peninsula Players stage Little Red and the Wolf Dec. 16 to 18 at the Berwick Royal Oak Theatre

Market brings variety to Garth Homer Centre

Dozens of vendors will be at Saturday’s Community Holiday Market that will benefit Garth Homer programs

Club fills Cedar Hill with art

Oay Bay Art Club show and sale runs Dec. 8 to 20 at Cedar Hill Recreation and Arts Centre

Sounds of the season fill Cadboro Bay

Mount Douglas jazz band among the performers when Caroling in the Village returns Sunday evening

Video: Saanich Police bust up bicycle ‘chop shop’

Dozens of bicycles recovered following search of Dupplin Road property

St. Luke’s Players bring Aladdin to the stage

Christmas panto promises to get the audience into the holiday spirit

Vikes rev up for home opener

Posters given to first 300 fans at Saturday's UVic basketball game against the Calgary Dinos

Donation helps Saanich Fire give pets a better chance for survival

Saanich Fire provided four sets of pet oxygen masks through the Happy Dogs Legacy Campaign

Mount Douglas celebrates 85 years

Alumni association plans numerous events for Nov. 4 and 5 at Saanich school

Early morning fire forces neighbours out of Orillia Street homes

No occupants inside Saanich house which sustains an estimated $50,000 in damage