Saanich Peninsula

Central Saanich could allow alcohol in parks soon

Motion states the change would encourage people to adhere to social distancing efforts

 

Sidney won’t ban new short-term vacation rentals

Council divided evenly 3-3 on plans to ban short-term rentals

 

Spirit Orca swimmers tackle 80-kilometre Peninsula swim for COVID-19 relief

Greater Victoria swimming group starts eight-day challenge July 1

 

Central Saanich navy cadet overcomes odds, sails to top of class

Xander Moss, 11, had two brain surgeries before turning one

North Saanich’s Flavour Trails re-opens next month with more organic flavour

Organizers say they hope to open in early July with opportunities throughout the summer

Lost family heirloom returned to woman in Central Saanich

‘Young lady’ returns necklace after seeing social media post

K-12 schooling from home with a B.C. teacher on your SIDE

Flexible learning, professional guidance, and a better understanding of how to support your kids

  • May 18, 2020

Man charged in slew of Central Saanich sex offences

Feng Pan faces seven offences including sexual assault and interference

North Saanich to review tax rates

Mayor Geoff Orr announced the move in a video message

Discover Saanich

From forest to field to shoreline, the District of Saanich has much to explore

  • Apr 23, 2020

No one injured in Saanich townhouse fire

Blaze may have been connected to fireplace use

Antibody tests could be the next step in fighting COVID-19, Island doctor says

The blood test could show if a person is recovering or has recovered from the virus

Sidney sets up temporary rest stop for truck drivers transporting critical supplies

Drivers can rest, find washrooms, access nearby restaurants

MLA Adam Olsen fears COVID-19 will overwhelm medical facilities on Gulf Islands

Residents call for a ban on external contact other than shipments of essentials

Sidney Emergency Operations Centre focuses on ‘preparation, not panic’ amid COVID-19 crisis

Residents encouraged to practice social distancing, take care of one another

Indigenous ceremony marks renaming of Saanich Peninsula Hospital

Hospital now bears the name LAU,WELNEW,AUTW or ‘a place of healing’

Saanich Peninsula women who care keep kids in camps

Group donates $19,200 to Kamps for Kids