Steven Heywood

The Victoria International Airport. (File)

Victoria airport terminal expansion under way

Videos posted showing work in progress over the next 27 months

The Victoria International Airport. (File)
Central Saanich Police Service held a forum recently on local road safety issues. (File)

Central Saanich Police training a drug recognition expert

Role needed as Canada nears cannabis legalization this year

Central Saanich Police Service held a forum recently on local road safety issues. (File)
An image of some of the early conceptual plans for the Cedarwood Inn site by Total Concept Developments of Kamloops. (Submitted)

Six stories a non-starter at Sidney’s Cedarwood Inn site

Site redevelopment plans go back to the drawing board

An image of some of the early conceptual plans for the Cedarwood Inn site by Total Concept Developments of Kamloops. (Submitted)
ArtSea, which runs the annual Sidney Fine Art Show, stands to benefit from Sidney’s planned withdrawal from the CRD arts service next year. (File)

Sidney reaffirms decision to back out of regional arts service

Mayor wanted a referendum, council says no

ArtSea, which runs the annual Sidney Fine Art Show, stands to benefit from Sidney’s planned withdrawal from the CRD arts service next year. (File)
Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May at the Victoria International Airport in a Black Press file photo. Former employees have alleged mistreatment by May and now a third party is investigating. (File)

Investigation into bullying allegations against Elizabeth May still weeks away

Federal Green Party Leader asked for third-party investigation back in January

Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May at the Victoria International Airport in a Black Press file photo. Former employees have alleged mistreatment by May and now a third party is investigating. (File)
PMHA’s Atom A team made a donation of $3,000 to KidSport Victoria and the Larry Orr Foundation, to help kids who want to play hockey but whose families may not be able to afford it. Accepting to donation was KidSport’s Jill Shaw, Sandy and Derek Orr and his wife Jillian. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Peninsula Minor Hockey Spirit Rally caps off successful season

Awards, donations and fun at year-end event

PMHA’s Atom A team made a donation of $3,000 to KidSport Victoria and the Larry Orr Foundation, to help kids who want to play hockey but whose families may not be able to afford it. Accepting to donation was KidSport’s Jill Shaw, Sandy and Derek Orr and his wife Jillian. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
Langford’s Coscto. (Google Maps)

UPDATE: Costco rumours spurred on by vague email reference

Rumours of big box stores coming to Central Saanich or Sidney happening since 1994

Langford’s Coscto. (Google Maps)
Sidney’s current BC Ambulance Station on Third Street. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Ambulance service signs lease deal with Sidney

Town, BCHES confirm move into new community safety building in 2019

Sidney’s current BC Ambulance Station on Third Street. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
Cordell Klippenstein, originally from Manitoba, has been picking daffodils at Longview Farms in Central Saanich for two years. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Daffodil picker questions wages at Central Saanich farm

Rate well above B.C. standard; pay comes down to work ethic

Cordell Klippenstein, originally from Manitoba, has been picking daffodils at Longview Farms in Central Saanich for two years. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
An image of the passenger check-in lineup this morning at Victoria International Airport. (Twitter/@_ChorongKim)

Air Canada computer troubles leads to flight cancellation at YYJ

Victoria Airport reporting service kiosks are running again

An image of the passenger check-in lineup this morning at Victoria International Airport. (Twitter/@_ChorongKim)
The Cedarwood Inn and Suites in Sidney has been owned by the same family for approximatey 45 years. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Sidney’s Cedarwood Inn eyed for redevelopment

New hotel, condos are on the table for public discussion

The Cedarwood Inn and Suites in Sidney has been owned by the same family for approximatey 45 years. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
Peninsula speed skater Peyton Stonehouse Smith poses with her skates and silver medal from the B.C. Short Track Championships in Abbotsford. (Submitted)

Peninsula speed skater wins silver at B.Cs

Peninsula speed skater Peyton Stonehouse Smith has won a silver medal at…

Peninsula speed skater Peyton Stonehouse Smith poses with her skates and silver medal from the B.C. Short Track Championships in Abbotsford. (Submitted)
Jack Spencer lets loose a rock during the Glen Meadows Masters Open Bonspiel in North Saanich a few years ago. (File)

Future of curling and golf uncertain at Glen Meadows

North Saanich golf course changes direction under new ownership

Jack Spencer lets loose a rock during the Glen Meadows Masters Open Bonspiel in North Saanich a few years ago. (File)
Workers with High Tide Energy Inc. of Victoria install banks of solar panels on the roof of the Town of Sidney’s public works building. The panels are expected to generate enough energy to power 3.9 average households. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Sidney tapping into solar energy

Town installs 132 solar panels on roof of its public works building

Workers with High Tide Energy Inc. of Victoria install banks of solar panels on the roof of the Town of Sidney’s public works building. The panels are expected to generate enough energy to power 3.9 average households. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
North Saanich councillors. They usually get along, but now they’re debating how long they talk at meetings and who talks the most. (File)

North Saanich council spends 36 minutes debating long meetings

Stopwatches and light signals aren’t going to be a part of North…

North Saanich councillors. They usually get along, but now they’re debating how long they talk at meetings and who talks the most. (File)
A small group of tents have been set up in North Saanich’s Dominion Brook Park over the weekend. The camp is traveling throughout the region to protest a lack of action on homelessness and addictions issues. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Region’s tent city homeless camp moves into North Saanich

District accomodating group’s right to protest

A small group of tents have been set up in North Saanich’s Dominion Brook Park over the weekend. The camp is traveling throughout the region to protest a lack of action on homelessness and addictions issues. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
North Saanich Councillor Murray Weisenberger recites a provincial oath of office during his swearing-in as a municipal councillor in 2014. (Steven Heywood/News Staff File)

Oath of office not needed: North Saanich councillor

District council set to approve oath that had been repealed in 2012

North Saanich Councillor Murray Weisenberger recites a provincial oath of office during his swearing-in as a municipal councillor in 2014. (Steven Heywood/News Staff File)
North Saanich is proceeding with its plans to extend its bike lanes network along West Saanich Road, between the airport and the Tseycum First Nation. (Illustration/Pixabay)

North Saanich pedals ahead with bike lane expansion

Road alignment modifications made following resident feedback

North Saanich is proceeding with its plans to extend its bike lanes network along West Saanich Road, between the airport and the Tseycum First Nation. (Illustration/Pixabay)
Construction work at the Sandown commercial property in North Saanich is well under way. Work crews will be doing road improvements at night. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

After dark: Sandown construction goes overnight

Noise concerns from Sidney could stop nighttime work schedule

Construction work at the Sandown commercial property in North Saanich is well under way. Work crews will be doing road improvements at night. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)
Desiree Young of Sidney works with another player during a development session at the Breakers Tournament in Saanich recently. Young is in Kamloops Feb. 22 to 25 for the BC Winter Games. Check out our video interview at peninsulanewsreview.com.  (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Sidney’s Desiree Young at her first BC Winter Games

Wheelchair basketball player has been on the court for about a year

Desiree Young of Sidney works with another player during a development session at the Breakers Tournament in Saanich recently. Young is in Kamloops Feb. 22 to 25 for the BC Winter Games. Check out our video interview at peninsulanewsreview.com.  (Steven Heywood/News Staff)