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Canadian employment services industry reached $1 billion in revenues

Employment services industry up nearly 12 per cent over 2016

Advocacy group threatens to call province over Saanich police budget

Grumpy Taxpayers$ suggests Saanich is trying to present public with fait accompli budget

West Shore lands Pan Am Cross Country Cup

Event coming to Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort Spa in February 2020

BC Housing remains open to modular housing in Saanich, but acknowledges slow regional up take

Only one project with 21 units underway in the Greater Victoria

Canadians spent more than $8 billion on pet-related items in 2017

Fifty-seven per cent of Canadian households own pets

Saanich police look for driver involved in a hit-and-run

Incident happened Monday, Feb. 18 near Admirals Road by Murray Drive

Search for modular housing in Saanich continues

Municipality says it remains committed to search for suitable piece of land to house homeless

Geography among factors behind Saanich’s place on worst intersection list

Site of McKenzie Interchange Project ranks as worst intersection on Vancouver Island

Head of Victoria homebuilders says provincial budget won’t solve housing crisis

Casey Edge of Victoria Residential Builders Association dismisses more modular housing as a band-aid

Saanich amalgamation committee holds first meeting

Saanich councillors call for a transparent process to ensure success of study

Head-on collision in Saanich draws attention to rural road safety

Saanich says additional road safety measures are already planned or underway

British Columbia is mellowing out when it comes to using cannabis

Nova Scotia smokes rest of Canada, with almost 22 per cent usage among individuals 15 years and up

Value of building permits dropping in Greater Victoria

Victoria’s decline contrasts with provincial and national gains

Saanich intersections rank as Island’s three worst

Intersection of Admirals Road, McKenzie Avenue, and the Trans-Canada Highway had the most crashes

New report finds some Syrian refugees struggling in job market

Government-sponsored refugees have found it more than difficult than privately sponsored refugees

Fitness and health programming drew more than 12,000 participants in Saanich

New report also finds a gender split in programming

Saanich’s provisional police budget under fire

Grumpy Taxpayer$ of Greater Victoria question why budget requests are rising as crime drops

Saanich continues to weed out uncertainty around recreational pot

Council ratifies bylaw prohibiting pot bunkers in Agricultural Land Reserve

Saanich says Regina Park costs won’t melt away snow budget

Municipality has so far spent $25,000 on snow removal