Nick Murray

Next generation calls on Central Saanich to issue ‘climate emergency’

Bayside and Stelly’s youth present to council, say adults taking long time to “process” facts

Elementary school students push for Sidney plastic bag ban

North Saanich students find 50 of 57 Sidney businesses in favour

Peninsula’s cat painter sells her 70-work art collection

Paintings up to 50 per cent off, proceeds to wildlife charity

Dinner and music fundraiser for double-amputee Ecuadorean dancer

Nicole Tobar lost both her legs after a joyrider crashed into her last summer

Peninsula artists gear up for ArtSea Spring Studio Tour

Local artist Karen Booth welcomes people to visit and experience more than only painting

Across the province, nearly half public board members are women, 20 per cent in private sector

In 2017, 41 per cent of public board members were women

$40M to upgrade B.C. First Nations’ addiction and mental health treatment centres

Two new centres to be built, expanded care and renovations to existing facilities planned

Mysterious sea creature washes ashore at Island View Beach in Central Saanich

Can you identify a beast with a crocodile head, slimy skin, and teeth growing from its tail?

Pedal Power: 72 year-old set to cycle from Arctic Circle to Sidney

Cycling Without Age Society board member aims to bike 4,500 km to raise funds for charity

Central Saanich calls on province to cover library costs

Council says funding would meet B.C.’s own poverty reduction goals

Hit the road with new car-share service in Central Saanich

Need a car but don’t want all the costs? Three Modo vehicles, one electric now in District

Athletes steel themselves for Ironman Victoria challenge

70.3 mile course taking in Elk Lake and Saanich Peninsula described as one of world’s best

Organizers aim to boost festival status in wake of world-class SUP event in Sidney

Dominant performances from winners, but could on-shore festival atmosphere be fostered?

Folk ‘N Fiddle Fest announces free concerts this week

Sidney concerts scheduled Thursday through Saturday

Lavender Farm brings back goat yoga with extra cuddles

No kidding, classes cut but goat cuddling sessions now available

Dog portrait artist launches quirky clothing line

Fashion line supporting BC SPCA to start two-week run

First World War Esquimalt soldier identified, in France

George Alfred Newburn to be buried by his regiment on June 12

BC Ferries and shareholder announces board shake-ups

Shareholder appoints two new board members, BC Ferries loses three to forced resignations

Sidney Fire shows off the new Community Safety Building

Building to be a central hub for region’s emergency preparedness, with July 1 official opening

Panorama Rec serves top junior tennis tournament

160 boys and 94 girls, from 14 countries compete June 1–8 in ITF Championships