Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre owner Gord Nickel (left) and marketing co-ordinator Hope Tagesen join Saanich News publisher Oliver Sommer and advertising consultant Rod Fraser in putting together a contest to honour Saanich mothers.

Best Mom Ever contest launches

This year the Saanich News has partnered with Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre to offer one l ucky mom $500 towards any purchase.

On May 8 mothers around Saanich will be celebrated.

This year the Saanich News has partnered with Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre to offer one l ucky mom $500 towards any purchase.

Visit here to enter.

Oliver Sommer, publisher of the Saanich News, says, “Families are such an important part of  our community and moms are the pillars of that. We wanted to celebrate in a unique way and through our partnership with Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre we are launching our first mothers day contest.”

After discussing the idea with Sommer, Wildwood owner Gord Nickel  agreed wholeheartedly.

And as a Saanich community supporter, Wildwood made the right fit.

“Your mom should be able to find just about anything here,” Nickel said. “There’s lots of stuff for the avid gardener. Anything for your backyard or to beautify your yard, we certainly have it.”

All who enter receive a 40 per cent off coupon towards Wildwood products.





Just Posted

Oak Bay win first Bridgman Cup since 1973

Annual UVic event is an indicator for coming South Island finals, Island finals and provincials

For Central Saanich couple, fight against MS is a matter of family

Altenkirks sell greeting cards and wooden bowls to raise money for MS Society

Saanich residents planning Halloween fireworks displays must plan ahead

Folks are required to attend one of three safety courses, buy a permit

Victoria feels the pinch at the pump as gas prices jump 18 cents

Gas up to 157.9 cents per litre at some stations

‘Panda’ Goodlife runner searches for his head

Facebook post for help leads to ‘unconfirmed panda head sightings’

WATCH: Greater Victoria’s top stories of the day

A round-up of the day’s top stories

POLL: Do you think the day of the federal election should be a statutory holiday?

Increasing voter turnout has long been a goal of officials across the… Continue reading

UPDATE: British couple vacationing in Vancouver detained in U.S. after crossing border

CBP claims individuals were denied travel authorization, crossing was deliberate

After losing two baby boys, B.C. parents hope to cut through the taboo of infant death

Oct. 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day in B.C.

Cheating husband sues mistress for gifted ring after wife learns about affair

The husband gave his mistress $1,000 to buy herself a ring in December 2017

B.C. massage therapist reprimanded, fined for exposing patients’ breasts

Registered massage therapist admits professional misconduct

B.C. boosts legal aid funding in new payment contract

‘Duty counsel’ service restored in some communities, David Eby says

VIDEO: Bear spies on cyclists riding by on Campbell River street

Riders seem unaware the bruin is mere feet away on the side of the road

Two Cowichan Tribes families devastated by duplex fire

Carla Sylvester sat in her vehicle, on Tuesday morning, with tears in… Continue reading

Most Read