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Brush fire thwarted, home destroyed in North Saanich house fire

Brush fire thwarted, home destroyed in North Saanich house fire

No injuries reported in massive house fire early Sunday morning
Central Saanich gets $400,000 to build safer Lochside Trail crossing

Central Saanich gets $400,000 to build safer Lochside Trail crossing

Multi-use trail along Mount Newton from the highway to Saanichton village planned for 2025
Housing redevelopment on Sidney motel site inches closer to approval

Housing redevelopment on Sidney motel site inches closer to approval

The 49-condo and 48-townhouse development received 3 readings from Sidney council
Sidney wins 2nd consecutive Greater Victoria winter bloom battle

Sidney wins 2nd consecutive Greater Victoria winter bloom battle

Margaret Jenkins class counts most flowers, earns trip to Butchart Gardens
Victoria man arrested in case of Sidney stabbing

Victoria man arrested in case of Sidney stabbing

Sidney/North Saanich RCMP says the stabbing was an isolated incident
First 4 ferries bound for Victoria full up as vessel awaits repairs

First 4 ferries bound for Victoria full up as vessel awaits repairs

First Monday sailing with space out of Tsawwassen and bound for Vancouver Island is at 3 p.m.
Faulty rudder blamed for cancelled ferries between Victoria and Vancouver

Faulty rudder blamed for cancelled ferries between Victoria and Vancouver

Trips cancelled Friday, Sunday as BC Ferries awaits replacement parts
UPDATE: Central Saanich police say missing 25-year-old woman located

UPDATE: Central Saanich police say missing 25-year-old woman located

Police thank the public for spreading the word
YYJ improvement fees set to climb $10, going to $25 per passenger

YYJ improvement fees set to climb $10, going to $25 per passenger

Victoria International Airport is expected to exceed 3M total passengers by 2042
Victim suffers serious injuries after Sidney stabbing

Victim suffers serious injuries after Sidney stabbing

RCMP are working to identify the suspect
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