Pirjo Raits

Members of the Exercise is Health Club are

Exercise the healthy choice

Camosun College students form exercise health club

Members of the Exercise is Health Club are

Saanich youth projects earn $32,000 in grants

A pair of Saanich-based youth initiatives have earned grants from the Coast Capital Savings Young Leaders Community Councils

Suzie Polinsky models a sack back gown from 1750 complete with panniers and hoops.

Victorian Vogue group meet in Victorian style Saanich home

Victorian Vogue fashion
group is a step back in time

Suzie Polinsky models a sack back gown from 1750 complete with panniers and hoops.
Four of the team members of Cell Cyclists from the Deeley Research Centre riding in the Ride to Conquer Cancer are: Dr. Kwame Twumasi-Boateng

Saanich cyclist fights cancer in the lab and on the bike

Saanich cyclist Kwame Twumasi-Boateng takes on Ride to Conquer Cancer, knows exactly where funds raised are going, and sees the results

Four of the team members of Cell Cyclists from the Deeley Research Centre riding in the Ride to Conquer Cancer are: Dr. Kwame Twumasi-Boateng
Patrick Blennerhassett and Balbir Singh Sr. in India.

Former Saanich resident pens book on forgotten Olympian

Former Saanich News arts reporter publishes book on Balbir Singh Sr., who won three Olympic medals in field hockey

Patrick Blennerhassett and Balbir Singh Sr. in India.
Siblings Leo and Pilar Maekawa of the Racquet Club of Victoria Skating  Club enjoy dress rehearsal for A Toy Story on Ice. The ice show will be performed at Archie Browning Sports Centre

Racquet Club skaters bring Toy Story to life on the ice

Racquet Club of Victoria Figure Skating Club to perform Toy Story on Ice at Archie Browning March 19 and 20

Siblings Leo and Pilar Maekawa of the Racquet Club of Victoria Skating  Club enjoy dress rehearsal for A Toy Story on Ice. The ice show will be performed at Archie Browning Sports Centre
Mike Holmes

Homefinder: Holmes on Saanich’s Horizon

Mike Holmes bringing national brand to Saanich's Horizon Pacific Contracting

Mike Holmes
Without any signage next to regulated products in local garden and hardware stores

Beware permit-only products on store shelves in Saanich

Use of permit-regulated pesticides heavily regulated in Saanich yet available to anyone

Without any signage next to regulated products in local garden and hardware stores

CRD takes leap of faith on McLoughlin, Clover points

McLoughlin Point and Clover Point are the focus as secondary or tertiary sewage treatment plants.

Learn how to fix that leak: CRD promoting Fix a Leak Week

CRD promoting Fix a Leak Week, March 14 to 20, with free events

Communications officer Jessica Wollard shows off the Greater Victoria Public Library’s new OLiVe outreach van by the Centennial branch.

Library outreach van OLiVe gets rolling

Greater Victoria Public Library connecting with community through OLiVe, a community outreach van

Communications officer Jessica Wollard shows off the Greater Victoria Public Library’s new OLiVe outreach van by the Centennial branch.

Ruling that bans incentives for pharmacy prescriptions reaches Saanich

Saanich residents are now a month into the provincial ban on using points-based cards or other incentives when purchasing for prescriptions.

Victoria Women’s Show at Pearkes this weekend

The Victoria Women’s Show takes over the field house of Pearkes Recreation Centre this weekend, March 5 and 6.

Canada geese take flight in the early morning

Saanich bylaw could take aim at non-migratory Canada geese

Saanich council to debate permission to cull non-migratory Canada geese damaging Saanich crops

Canada geese take flight in the early morning

Oliver Swain and banjo to jam with renowned African drummers at UVic

March 4, Masters of Rhythm, at Philip T. Young Recital Hall at UVic. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m.

Joann Clar and Wendy Gedney look over a set of Mount Douglas secondary school class photos from the 1930s.

Mount Douglas alumni seek grads, artefacts for school’s 85th

Mount Douglas secondary school has a long history in Saanich, celebrating 85th anniversary in the fall ion 2016

Joann Clar and Wendy Gedney look over a set of Mount Douglas secondary school class photos from the 1930s.

District a finalist in Earth Hour challenge

Saanich a finalist for the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) Earth Hour City Challenge with Vancouver and Edmonton

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Big boost for trades training at Camosun College

Students drawn to Camosun Centre for Trades, Education and Innovation

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RON Talks to tackle school resources and restorative justice

Royal Oak Neighbourhood Talks has covered everything from U.S. politics to transgender issues, male health, food security, cycling and more

Daniel Lapp is performing at the Sooke River Bluegrass Festival on the Father's Day weekend

Bluegrass festival is back better than ever

Festival will have square dancing in the big tent at the Sooke Flats

Daniel Lapp is performing at the Sooke River Bluegrass Festival on the Father's Day weekend