Natalie North

50 years of pride at Claremont high

Hippie days, school spirit recalled as grads prep for milestone celebration

Making miracles happen

David Foster Foundation fundraising gala begins Friday

Grad season caps year of strife at public schools

Students, parents keep graduation ceremonies on track

Going strong after a century

Saanich centenarian George Spence belongs to a group of seniors who regularly work out at Gordon Head Recreation Centre.

Dark side of the sun

Skywatchers set for partial solar eclipse on Sunday

McKenzie elementary celebrates a century

A kilted piper and tartan-sporting scottie dog ended the week at McKenzie elementary all in the name of the school’s 100th birthday.

Finding community in the kitchen

Seniors offered free cooking skills, social activities

Clean art from Dirty Girl

Saanich potter among artists opening studios this weekend

What would change if government were majority women?

Middle school student wins video contest on political role reversal

Selling Victoria on the big screen

Location manager turned film commissioner reveals tricks of the trade to attract productions to Greater Victoria

Art exhibition brings formerly homeless closer to public

Personal works created by Pacifica tenants are available to view during an opening exhibition at Island Blue Art Store.

Talking to (new) Canadians

Established Canadians join newcomers in a discussion at Saanich rec centre on what it means to be a citizen of Canada

Operation Daffodil brings joy overnight

Brother places 1,000 flowers on lawn of Saanich home to lift spirits of sister recovering from cancer

Saanich elementary student ‘fixing broken hearts’

Heart and Stroke campaign hits home for young fundraiser

Report cards will go home next week

Little disciplinary action can be taken against teachers who defy order and volunteer their time

British woman enlists Saanich News readers to help with medallion mystery

An English woman has traced the roots of a century-old family heirloom back to Saanich

Camosun appeals to aspiring comic artists

Comics and graphic novels program begins in the fall

Updated: Teachers to withdraw from extra curricular activities, write report cards

Overwhelming majority of B.C. teachers voted in favour of full withdraw from extracurricular activities.

Saanich recognized for early efforts to prevent violence

Municipality was first to support transition house

Victoria school board reinvests district surplus into educational assistants

Trustees unanimously agreed to use a $349,541 surplus from the 2011-12 school year to address class size and composition in 2012-13.