Poll puts a target on trophy hunting

Premier's defence of trophy hunting flies in the face of reason

Comments come back to haunt candidates

Vancouver Island candidates the latest to have to withdraw over comments made on social media

Attack highlights security concerns

Programs available to provide sense of security to women walking on UVic campus

Election campaign begins to heat up

As summer begins to fade, Canadians begin to take notice of the election campaign going on around them

Preparation proves vital in emergencies

Saanich Emergency Program hosting volunteer information session Thursday night

Back to school brings a reminder for drivers

Motorists advised to take extra care as youngsters head back to class on Tuesday

Campaign will expand learning opportunities

The Friends of the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory Society has announced plans to reopen The Centre of the Universe

Facebook comments a contentious issue

Saanich council involved in raucous debate over comments on mayor's Facebook page

Drones prove both a blessing and a curse

Technology is proving to be a double-edged sword for those combatting the fires consuming large swaths of the province’s forests

Drug’s antidote must be more readily available

Health Canada should take immediate action to make Narcan available without a prescription

Conservatives show outdated priorities

Federal government still fighting war on drugs long after it was lost

Tomorrow’s yards must be able to withstand drought

Residents urged to consider replacing lawns with plants better suited for the climate of the future

Canada embarks on marathon campaign

Early election call will carry an extra cost of more than $100 million for Elections Canada

Project can’t leave cyclists in the dust

Cyclists needs must be considered for McKenzie interchange for the Trans-Canada Highway

Tories try to hide from fiscal reality

They might not want to call it a recession, but whatever it is, Harper's fingerprints are all over it

Election taking on an American feel

Fixed election date has led to a non-stop barrage of political advertising

Blaze could have had a devastating impact

Community fortunate that pair of suspicious fires didn't destroy more than just a playground

EDITORIAL: Online privacy should trump all with feds’ privacy bill C-13

Controversial privacy bill passed through the House of Commons on Monday night has been a long time coming.

EDITORIAL: There are easier reforms for Saanich

No. 1. Get rid of mayoral throne in Saanich council chambers

EDITORIAL: B.C. a special place to live

One of the most anticipated long weekends of the year is finally here – welcome to B.C. Day.