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Saanich candidate calls for scrapping controversial EDPA bylaw

Michael Geoghegan is the fifth candidate to throw his hat in the ring for the Sept. 23 byelection for Saanich council.

Youngster goes head over heels to help others

Seven-year-old doing handstands in downtown Victoria to raise money for Help Fill A Dream

Summer Music returns to Broadmead

Broadmead Village filled with the sound of music every Saturday afternoon in August

Don’t get burned by theft during heatwave

Police warn that thieves can take advantage of the warmer weather

Cougar spotted in Elk Lake Park

A cougar was spotted in Elk Lake Park Monday night. Saanich Police…

Workshop brings budding artists to Swan Lake

A new workshop is aiming to draw more youngsters to appreciate their…

Work begins to bring year-round washrooms to Beaver Lake

Park visitors can expect delays while crews work to connect washrooms to municipal sewer system

Home Depot campaign benefits at-risk youth in Greater Victoria

Saanich Home Depot customers are helping to build a more secure future…

Lambrick Park student crowned Miss Teen Vancouver Island

Olivia Dunseith was looking for a way to improve her self confidence,…

UVic students shoot for the stars

UVic team wins Payload Challenge at Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition

VIDEO: Flashmob brings police praise for Saanich teacher

Spectrum’s Lia Shannon receives Chief Constable’s Citizenship Award for Uptown flashmob

Tournament puts Pearkes in a pickle

More than 100 competitors expected at pickleball tournament June 16 to 18

Royal Oak Burial Park event welcomes summer to Saanich

Park will be filled with art and music for Summer So(u)lstice on Saturday

Stepping up support for dad on Father’s Day

Raymond James Father’s Day Walk and Run for Prostate Cancer goes June 18 from the Vancouver Island Tech Park

VIDEO: Saanich’s Pacific Christian School breaks ground on $6 million Yakimovich Centre

900 students join staff and parents for ceremony for facility set to be complete in September 2018

Walk brings support to those with Crohn’s and colitis

Victoria Gutsy Walk set for June 4 at Gorge Park

Caddy Bay resident takes a ride down memory lane

Spectrum shop class reunites 1964 Studebaker convertible with its original owner

Saanich woman facing charges for deliberately causing numerous crashes

Police in Saanich, Oak Bay and Victoria received reports of car purposely striking other vehicles

Gala raises $600,000 for mental health facility for Greater Victoria

The dream of a new Greater Victoria facility to serve those living…

BBB Vancouver Island provides confidential shredding to benefit HeroWork

Jenny Paiva and Wade Feenstra with Access Records shred some documents at…