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Reynolds students display musical skills in Guys and Dolls

Saanich school production runs from March 6 to 11 at Reynolds School Theatre

Pets bring health and social benefits to seniors

Pacific Animal Therapy Society offers visits to the seniors residences in and around Victoria

Seniors susceptible to frauds and scams

Be alert, ask questions, and never rush into any transaction involving your money or personal information

Refugee fundraiser a labour of love

Sunday’s concert at St. Peter’s Church benefits Syrian family

Production’s message still rings true

St.Michaels University School stages Ragtime Feb. 23-25 at McPherson Playhouse

Final bell sounds for Saanich superintendent

Keven Elder set to retire in July following 37-year career in education

Thrifty’s continues to show its commitment to community

Thrifty Foods donates $23,000 to Easter Seals British Columbia/Yukon

Saanich couple finds romance at sea

Couple get married after meeting on Africa Mercy Ship

New taxi company based in Saanich

Uptown Taxi will use six-passenger SUVs for its entire vehicle fleet

Saanich struggles with blast of winter weather

Near-record snowfall lands on Greater Victoria

Electoral reform reversal disappoints May

Green Party leader still hopes to sway Trudeau to scrap first-past-the-post system

Monk Office celebrates 65 years of success on Vancouver Island

Company has grown to be the largest office product provider in B.C.

Addition set to open at St. George’s Anglican Church

Ceremony set for Sept. 13 to lay the final cornerstone for the church

Take a look at Pan through Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope Theatre’s production of Pan, the retelling of J.M. Barrie’s timeless story of Peter Pan

Job fair response highlights tough employment market

Hundreds line up for one-day job fair at GT Hiring Solutions

Pumpkin art returns to Oak Bay

Jack-o’-lanterns displayed at Oak Bay municipal hall beginning Friday

Oak Bay sea rescue earns provincial honour

The Oak Bay Sea Rescue Society, Unit 33, was honoured for its rescue of an overboard canoeist clinging to a rock

Pipeline protesters disappointed MLA a no-show for rally

About 130 protesters gathered at noon Wednesday on the sidewalk outside Ida Chong’s constituency office

Taxpayers hit twice for 911 service, says CREST

Taxpayers in Greater Victoria are being double billed for 911 emergency phone service, says the agency that oversees emergency communication