Kyle Slavin

Christmas festivities light up the Village

Sea of Lights parade Friday night; Carolling in the Village on Sunday

Saanich volunteers have fingers crossed for solid salmon season

Colquitz River fish fence helps stewards monitor returning coho numbers

Saanich’s top cop to retire in January

After a 39-year career with the Saanich Police Department, Chief Const. Mike Chadwick says he plans to retire early next year.

Close call for long-boarding teen

A collision between a trio of teenaged long-boarders and a pickup truck in Saanich could have ended much worse

Saanich student earns global scholarship

Reynolds secondary student Erinne Paisley is, in the eyes of the world, a global citizen

Art of sand sculpting returns to Cadboro Bay

Greater Victoria's most skilled sand sculptors will descend upon Gyro Park this weekend

Vehicle break-ins persist in Saanich

Saanich police are putting out yet another reminder to car owners not to leave valuables in their vehicles

Pellet sniping causing damage in West Saanich

A series of incidents involving pellets being shot in West Saanich has prompted police to put out a warning to the public.

From ballgame to ballroom

50 students at Doncaster elementary in Saanich showed off nearly six months of practise to put on a ballroom dance show

Planned Craigflower mural honours First Nations history

Drivers crossing the new Craigflower Bridge could have a beautiful mural welcoming them into Saanich

Cadboro Bay news in brief

Cleanup for Gyro park playground creatures; AGM; emergency preparedness meetings

Saanich backs initiative to reduce need for food banks

Saanich council has thrown its support behind an initiative that aims to completely end the need for food banks.

Speeders keep Saanich police busy

Saanich police impound two Ford Mustangs and a Prius taxi Saturday night

District recoups carbon tax

Saanich last week received $117,322 back from the provincial government through the Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program.

Girl flees into ocean at mental health facility in Saanich

Two boaters are being credited for rescuing a 15-year-old girl from the cold ocean off Finnerty Cove this afternoon.

Public hearing for Saanich police officer in May

The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner will hold a public hearing in May into allegations of professional misconduct

School meal programs prove popular – and necessary

Donation highlights need for free breakfasts, lunches in urban schools

Caught between a cow and a hard place

Gordon Head neighbours losing patience in standoff between farmland owners and Saanich

Argument over woman leads to stabbing

A young Esquimalt man faces a charge of attempted murder after a stabbing Saturday morning sent one man to hospital with serious injuries.

Teen mugged, beaten Sunday night

A 17-year-old male with headphones on was jumped, beaten and robbed Sunday night while walking home in Saanich.