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Saanich mayor cautiously optimistic about provincial plan for municipal auditor

Premier Christy Clark last week made good on a campaign promise, saying a municipal auditor would be established by the province to help highlight cost savings measures.

More density near Tillicum up for discussion Monday night

Saanich is currently looking at building dense centres – Tillicum being one of them – and in June approved a 104-unit residential building two blocks away from Monday's proposed apartment.

Ruffolo returned to prison after appeals court ruling

A Saanich woman, convicted last November of killing her husband in 2003 and subsequently granted bail after appealing her sentence, is behind bars once again.
B.C. Transit eyes green options

B.C. Transit eyes green options

Transit test drives new buses in Victoria
No one draggin' their heels here

No one draggin' their heels here

Dragon Boat Festival churns up excitement in Victoria's Inner Harbour

Possible cougar sighting near Saanich Commonwealth Place

Police were called about the sighting, which occurred around 10:30 a.m. in the 4600-block of Pipeline Rd. The animal was described as “dark coloured” and “larger than an average-sized cat.”
Protection sought for Oak Bay landmark

Protection sought for Oak Bay landmark

Trial Island lighthouse subject of push for federal protection

OB Beach Hotel partners with David Foster

OB Beach Hotel partners with David Foster
Blethering Place legacy drives on

Blethering Place legacy drives on

11th annual car show takes over Oak Bay Avenue this Sunday

Ground name tag spurs ground beef recall

Thrifty Foods in Colwood is recalling ground beef after an employee name tag was ground into a batch of meat on Wednesday.