Niki Spearing found safe: Central Saanich Police

Central Saanich Police have reported that they have located a woman who…

Our Place in need of used clothing donations

Socks, underwear, shoes, boots and winter clothing are in short supply at Our Place where the stock free used clothing available to the community they serve are now in short supply

Who in the world is Moonfist?

How our local superhero got to where he is

B.C. man pens ‘tail’ on family dog

Book follows the true story of Surrey’s Cosmo (aka Rover) and the D’Amato family

Video: Carlton House hosts French country luncheon

Residents and guests celebrate summer with food and music

  • Aug 22nd, 2017
Visiting the Martlet


    UVic Scuba


      Cordova Bay Day


        20 years of Feast of Fields


          Metchosin author pens first crime fiction book

          Jacqueline Chadwick seeks to thrill, terrify readers with In the Still

          Roving camps give kids opportunities to play

          The Colwood Fire Department paid a special visit to the roughly 48 kids at the camp last week.

          Longtime volunteer enters Saanich byelection

          Bylection candidate wants Saanich to promote a centralized business district

          Dinner at the Docks presents wild salmon, local chicken, Saanich organic greens

          The Marina Restaurant dinner raises funds for Oak Bay Sea Rescue’s new vessel

          • Aug 21st, 2017

          Save-On shopper wins $1,000 gift card

          Tillicum store customer wins prize as part of customer survey

          20 years of Feast of Fields

          Spinnakers Brewpub returns to Ravenhill Herb Farm to celebrate local food for the twentieth consecutive year on Aug. 27.

          VIDEO: PTSD fundraiser rolls through B.C.

          Riders completed their final Chilliwack to Victoria leg

          Quality Foods matches customers’ donations to B.C. wildfire fund

          $10,800 directed to Canadian Red Cross B.C. Fires Appeal

          • Aug 19th, 2017

          Victoria cab companies contribute to wildfire assistance

          The Victoria Taxi Association and local cab companies provided $5,000 to the Saanich Legacy Foundation to help provide assistance to victims of the B.C. wildfires.

          • Aug 20th, 2017

          Lantern Festival returns to light up Esquimalt

          Captain Jacobson Park hosts the annual free event Saturday

          • Aug 18th, 2017

          Peninsula Singers looking for a few good men

          Rehearsals begin Sept. 5 for Christmas concert series

          Invictus Games inspiring local athletes on road to recovery

          Games will see ill, injured, wounded servicemen and women compete in Toronto