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Peninsula Panthers jump the Victoria Cougars for third straight victory in 4–1 win

The VIJHL club also beat the Oceanside Generals 5-3 to stay within two points of league lead

Sidney woman has launched petition to help senior facing eviction

Zora Hlevnjak, who supplements her pension by collecting cans, faces eviction Jan. 21

UPDATED: BC Ferries cancels all remaining Sunday sailings between Greater Victoria and Metro Vancouver

BC Ferries has promised additional sailings for Monday morning

Capital Iron owner says decision to close Sidney store is not a verdict against community

Mike Black says Sidney remains the region’s retail hub as he continues to look for suitable locations

Sidney woman refuses to pay back rent on income raised collecting empty cans

Subsidized housing rose Zora Hlevnjak’s rent after seeing her bank account as per housing rules

Store owner hugs, invites Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex to dinner during Sidney shopping trip

Sixth in line to the British throne, Prince Harry and family spent Christmas on Saanich Peninsula

More than 80,000 people have claimed Elvis tribute artist as profession

Jan. 8, 2020 would have been the King’s 85th birthday

Almost eight million Canadians act as caregivers for parents, spouses or children among others

Almost half of these caregivers look after parents or parent-in-laws

One million bricks: Lego Exhibition in Sidney bigger, better than ever

The show runs at the Sidney Museum daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until March 31

Salt Spring woman walks Saanich Peninsula in support of Indigenious pipeline opponents near Houston, B.C.

Jan Slakov will arrive at provincial legislature Thursday afternoon after walking 33 kilometres

Peninsula Search and Rescue members volunteered more than 5,000 hours in 2019

Team responded to 19 search and rescue incidents last year

More than 7,200 properties sold in Greater Victoria in 2019

2019 figures down almost 32 per cent from 2016 peak

A dozen sailings between Greater Victoria and Greater Vancouver cancelled during first week of 2020

Wind speeds of 30 to 35 knots create safety issue, says spokesperson

Peninsula Panthers beat league leaders but lose to Saanich over the weekend

Panthers followed their 6-4 victory against the Victoria Cougars with an 8-3 loss against Saanich Braves

Sidney council opens 2020 with earlier meetings

Regular council meetings now start at 6:00 p.m.

UPDATED: BC Ferries continues to shuffle sailing schedule

12 p.m. sailing from Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen, 2 p.m. return sailing cancelled

Central Saanich councillor looks to agricultural community for best way to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

Coun. Bob Thompson wants to seek feedback from Peninsula and Area Agricultural Commission

New report suggests first-time homebuyers on Vancouver Island need help from parents

All responding notaries on Vancouver Island say first-time homebuyers needed help for down payment

Assessments down across most of Greater Victoria as real estate market softens

Oak Bay remains the most expensive part of Greater Victoria based on assessments