Kristyn Anthony

Central Saanich looks to mirror ALC cannabis regulations

Amendment to land use bylaw to safeguard ALR land

Community Christmas dinner in Sidney ensures no one spends holidays alone

Annual event celebrates 19 years of serving up a festive feast with all the trimmings

Victoria airport workers reach contract agreement

Negotiations dragged on for a year-and-a-half with requests for better wages, job security

Linden Singers bring sounds of Christmas to Sidney streets

Traditional carolers will perform each weekend afternoon until Dec. 23

‘He would be so honoured’: Squadron mate looks to memorialize pilots killed in Sea King crash

Fellow airman, widow of pilot killed in 1994 crash petition for memorial sign along Pat Bay Highway

Vancouver Island communities top voter participation in electoral referendum

Parksville-Qualicum, Saanich North and the Islands, Oak Bay-Gordon Head cast most ballots

Tsawout Nation to hold fundraiser for James Island lawsuit costs

First Nation suing B.C., Canada for return of territory lost after Douglas treaties

Royal Canadian Air Force retires CH-124 Sea King helicopters

Fleet will be replaced with CH-148 Cyclone aircraft at 443 Squadron in Patricia Bay

Coast Capital in Sidney honours ‘Giving Tuesday’

Employees donate to local organizations, honour employee, a member of Sidney Volunteer Fire Department

Van erupts into flames on Sidney street

Fire crews extinguish fire with no injuries reported, van a complete loss

Butchart Gardens invites you to the ‘Magic of Christmas’

Holiday celebration includes light installation, brass band with carollers, ice skating with Victoria Royals

Victoria Airport Authority announces two new board members

Allan Haynes and Paul Gerrard will represent Saanich, CRD respectively

‘From 1 to 100’: Story time in Sidney written for all ages

Programming for readers 5 years and younger finds new location, more readers at local nursing home

North Saanich councillor resigns one month after election

Joscelyn Barnard announced resignation on Nov. 22

‘One stroke at a time’: Stelly’s golfer a steady champ

Cindy Koira named Vikes girls champion, with provincial and international tournament appearances

BC Ferries sees net earnings of $90M in second quarter

Net earnings are down as a result of lowering fares, adding more sailings to meet customer demand according to report

Roughly 25 per cent of registered voters across B.C. have returned ballot packages

810,000 ballot packages received by Wednesday morning

Algae bloom at Elk Lake prompts CRD advisory notice

Reappearance of blue-green algae lethal to dogs a constant concern for water quality

Fire-ravaged North Saanich restaurant not likely to re-open until spring

Voicemail greeting from owner of Deep Cove Chalet thanks those who have reached out after Oct. 28 kitchen fire

Woman thrown from mobility scooter in downtown Sidney collision

Pickup truck attempting a right turn struck woman in crosswalk