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Betty Fox honoured after 31 years dedication to the cause
Saanich police have discovered multiple machines that have been modified to record a user’s PIN. A false front to the machines incorporated either a camera or a device to record keypad strokes.
The event is being organized in response to growing concerns that electromagnetic radiation emitted by the wireless hydro devices can adversely affect people's health
Public education, done right, is the most important thing society can do to ensure kids have an opportunity to succeed, says the longest serving trustee on the Greater Victoria school board.
The school year started Sept. 6 with a limited teachers’ strike underway after the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association failed to reach a collective bargaining agreement over the summer.
A Saanich police officer is recovering at home after he was injured during an encounter with a pit bull Saturday night.
NDP leader Adrian Dix visited a college campus Monday to call on the B.C. government to reinstate the student grant program it canceled in 2004.
Cedar Hill Arts Centre officially opened on Saturday with unveiling of Rick Silas' etched-glass mural, Forest Edge.
Info session allows the public to voice concerns, kudos with proposed design for new facility
On Sept. 8, Donate2Play Media launched its first social media game, a collaboration with local protectors of old growth forests, the Ancient Forest Alliance. The anagram game for Facebook, Wordraiser, combines images, facts and a petition related to the organization’s work, while prompting players for small donations to continue playing.
Watch Saanich's safety professionals square off tomorrow in a charity baseball game to raise money for Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.
An estimated 10,000 cars have been displaced daily by the Tattersall reconstruction project, which is expected to be complete by November.
Courtnall Celebrity Classic cash donated to Royal Jubilee Hospital
A few minor changes here and there have rolled through the Burnside Plaza – Art’s Bakery moved down the street, the Tastee Freez moved out well before Mr. Tubbs and a gaming business moved in. But by and large, the strip mall has maintained its original character for more than half a century.
There’s has been a report of a cougar sighting in the heart of Saanich early Saturday morning. Police say the employees of a business in the 900 block of Cloverdale Ave. saw the animal and that it was “larger than a German shepherd and definitely a cougar.”
Police and fire were called to McKenzie Avenue near the Interurban Road overpass just after 6 a.m. to the small blaze, which was extinguished quick.
On Sept. 10, 2001, Saanich’s Graham Egan took the elevator up 107 storeys to the observation deck of the South Tower at the World Trade Centre.
Open house provides opportunity to see UVic's plans for new sports complex with adjacent seven-level parking garage
Philbert Truong, 20, shot to death outside Victoria nightclub
Epicentre was off northwest coast of Vancouver Island