Steven Heywood

North Saanich is B.C.’s least “most dangerous” town

Sidney is the Saanich Peninsula’s “most dangerous” town, in magazine’s crime rankings released Nov. 23

Sidney RCMP, ICBC raising awareness of pedestrian safety

Reflectors given out to help make pedestrians more visible to drivers

Get your reservation now for Sidney’s Christmas Day Community Dinner

Dec. 25 meal for people who are alone on Christmas day

Coins for Kids campaign is back!

News Review helping collect money to buy presents for children on the Saanich Peninsula

Pedestrian struck in downtown Sidney after receiving safety reflector

Man treated for minor injures by police who were at the scene handing out reflectors

New map targets Sidney’s hot crime spots

Local RCMP issue monthly crime statistics map to help raise awareness

Peninsula Panthers finally solve the Kerry Park Islanders

Panthers score first win over Islanders in 13 games over two seasons

Sidney will honour waterfront access agreement

Town to remove references to shipping contianers in its new waterfront vison plan

Sidney’s Star Cinema part of new development plan

Theatre space would increase in proposed Cameo, a 45-unit mixed use condo development

Town wants assurances over overpass, trees at Sidney Crossing

Major commercial site plan now in the hands of the Victoria Airport Authority

Port Sidney Marina will not make waves

Wave attenuators to be installed to prevent damage to docks

Sandown land transfer to North Saanich approved

Building demolition and commercial development expected to start soon

Spunky gets his own ‘hawk’-umentary

Red-tailed hawk raised by eagles in Sidney part of new online documentary

Sidney fire hall, parking lot, go up for sale

Town hopes to sell properties to offset cost of building its new fire hall

Winds and waves send vessels into the shore in North Saanich

Stormy weather Monday and Tuesday had some predictable results on the Saanich Peninsula

Residents association opposes suite rule change in North Saanich

Dean Park Estates Community Association wants there to be less confusion, not more

Sidney has ‘no significant concerns’ with large commercial project

Town council to review staff feedback on the proposed Sidney Crossing Tuesday night

Police warn of more thefts from vehicles in North Saanich

RCMP encourage people to lock their car doors and remove valuables

Young author’s first book tackles self-esteem

A simple little ditty, shared between a grandmother and granddaughter, has led…

Local first nation ignored on Sandown, says former chief

District says it has met its obligation to notify its neighbours