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Oak Bay News
Hundreds watch moon cross sun’s path over Saanichgrandmothers to watch this cosmic ballet. Some watched their first eclipse, oth
Oak Bay News / Posted 26 minutes ago
grandmothers to watch this cosmic ballet. Some watched their first eclipse, others likely their last. Cam Finlay, 86, of Saanich was using a large pair of binoculars covered with a special filter to watch the moon creep in front of the sun.... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Longtime volunteer enters Saanich byelectionArt Pollard is among the latest to announce his candidacy for the Sept. 23 Saan
Oak Bay News / Posted 26 minutes ago
Art Pollard is among the latest to announce his candidacy for the Sept. 23 Saanich council byelection. Pollard, a B.C. Ferries employee by day, is no stranger to Saanich politics and is seeking the vacant council seat after years of working on... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Hundreds watch moon cross sun’s path over Saanichgrandmothers to watch this cosmic ballet. Some watched their first eclipse, oth
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 27 minutes ago
grandmothers to watch this cosmic ballet. Some watched their first eclipse, others likely their last. Cam Finlay, 86, of Saanich was using a large pair of binoculars covered with a special filter to watch the moon creep in front of the sun.... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Hundreds watch moon cross sun’s path over Saanichgrandmothers to watch this cosmic ballet. Some watched their first eclipse, oth
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 38 minutes ago
grandmothers to watch this cosmic ballet. Some watched their first eclipse, others likely their last. Cam Finlay, 86, of Saanich was using a large pair of binoculars covered with a special filter to watch the moon creep in front of the sun.... Read more
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BC Local News
Taking a break to watch the solar eclipseeclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the m
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
eclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the medical lab to watch the solar eclipse in the Saanich Plaza parking lot. The pinhole camera, made from an old bike box, tin foil and duck tape, created a perfect screen to... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Taking a break to watch the solar eclipseeclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the m
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
eclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the medical lab to watch the solar eclipse in the Saanich Plaza parking lot. The pinhole camera, made from an old bike box, tin foil and duck tape, created a perfect screen to... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Taking a break to watch the solar eclipseeclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the m
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 hours ago
eclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the medical lab to watch the solar eclipse in the Saanich Plaza parking lot. The pinhole camera, made from an old bike box, tin foil and duck tape, created a perfect screen to... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Taking a break to watch the solar eclipseeclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the m
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 hours ago
eclipse on his break Monday morning. Wilson, a sonographer, emerged from the medical lab to watch the solar eclipse in the Saanich Plaza parking lot. The pinhole camera, made from an old bike box, tin foil and duck tape, created a perfect screen to... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Dinner at the Docks presents wild salmon, local chicken, Saanich organic greensvinegar, and a take on a baked potato [with brie].” The main course will be pr
Oak Bay News / Posted 5 hours ago
vinegar, and a take on a baked potato [with brie].” The main course will be presented family-style, with fresh breads, Saanich organics green salad with blueberry dressing to start. Cedar planked wild salmon with black olive relish, carrot... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Dinner at the Docks presents wild salmon, local chicken, Saanich organic greensvinegar, and a take on a baked potato [with brie].” The main course will be pr
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
vinegar, and a take on a baked potato [with brie].” The main course will be presented family-style, with fresh breads, Saanich organics green salad with blueberry dressing to start. Cedar planked wild salmon with black olive relish, carrot... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Dinner at the Docks presents wild salmon, local chicken, Saanich organic greensvinegar, and a take on a baked potato [with brie].” The main course will be pr
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
vinegar, and a take on a baked potato [with brie].” The main course will be presented family-style, with fresh breads, Saanich organics green salad with blueberry dressing to start. Cedar planked wild salmon with black olive relish, carrot... Read more
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BC Local News
Saanich youth ride to conquer cancerFour Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far bey
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
Four Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far beyond the 200 kilometres between Vancouver and Seattle. will take part in the upcoming Ride to Conquer Cancer that starts Aug. 26 in suburban Vancouver and finishes in... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich youth ride to conquer cancerFour Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far bey
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 hours ago
Four Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far beyond the 200 kilometres between Vancouver and Seattle. will take part in the upcoming Ride to Conquer Cancer that starts Aug. 26 in suburban Vancouver and finishes in... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich youth ride to conquer cancerFour Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far bey
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 hours ago
Four Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far beyond the 200 kilometres between Vancouver and Seattle. will take part in the upcoming Ride to Conquer Cancer that starts Aug. 26 in suburban Vancouver and finishes in... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Saanich youth ride to conquer cancerFour Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far bey
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 7 hours ago
Four Saanich teenagers are about to complete a shared journey that goes far beyond the 200 kilometres between Vancouver and Seattle. will take part in the upcoming Ride to Conquer Cancer that starts Aug. 26 in suburban Vancouver and finishes in... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Artists lobby for ‘Flying Phil’ statue in Parksvilleeffects sculptor in the film industry. He would team with veteran bronze sculpt
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 15 hours ago
effects sculptor in the film industry. He would team with veteran bronze sculptor Nathan Scott, who has a bronze forge in Saanich. The price tag for the statue would be about $50,000, Neill-St. Clair said, though the group will be trying to raise... Read more
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BC Local News
Trio rounds out candidates for Saanich byelectionA community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
A community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open seat on Saanich council. Henderson enters the race as president of the Royal Oak Community Association, vice-chair of the Saanich Community Association Network (SCAN),... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Trio rounds out candidates for Saanich byelectionA community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
A community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open seat on Saanich council. Henderson enters the race as president of the Royal Oak Community Association, vice-chair of the Saanich Community Association Network (SCAN),... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Trio rounds out candidates for Saanich byelectionA community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
A community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open seat on Saanich council. Henderson enters the race as president of the Royal Oak Community Association, vice-chair of the Saanich Community Association Network (SCAN),... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Trio rounds out candidates for Saanich byelectionA community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
A community activist leads the final quartet of candidates running for the open seat on Saanich council. Henderson enters the race as president of the Royal Oak Community Association, vice-chair of the Saanich Community Association Network (SCAN),... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation’s invites community to open houseTim Collins /News staff The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation has issued a
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
Tim Collins /News staff The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation has issued an invitation to the public to an open house at their new Sidney location. The satellite office was actually opened in early May when the Foundation found that the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation’s invites community to open houseTim Collins /News staff The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation has issued a
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
Tim Collins /News staff The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation has issued an invitation to the public to an open house at their new Sidney location. The satellite office was actually opened in early May when the Foundation found that the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation’s invites community to open houseTim Collins /News staff The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation has issued a
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
Tim Collins /News staff The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation has issued an invitation to the public to an open house at their new Sidney location. The satellite office was actually opened in early May when the Foundation found that the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Sunday’s Tour de Victoria brings traffic delaysTour de Victoria bike ride that runs from about 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and will r
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
Tour de Victoria bike ride that runs from about 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and will roll through Victoria, the West Shore and the Saanich Peninsula. Drivers can expect moderate delays of up to 20 minutes between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on the Patricia... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Tiny homes popular but not yet legal in most of Greater Victoriato find anywhere to park it. Zoning regulations prohibit this sort of structure
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
to find anywhere to park it. Zoning regulations prohibit this sort of structure from occupying land within any of the Saanich Peninsula communities, or for that matter, anywhere in Greater Victoria. But the tiny house movement began more than... Read more
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BC Local News
Sunday’s Tour de Victoria brings traffic delaysTour de Victoria bike ride that runs from about 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and will r
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Tour de Victoria bike ride that runs from about 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and will roll through Victoria, the West Shore and the Saanich Peninsula. Drivers can expect moderate delays of up to 20 minutes between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on the Patricia... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Music in the Park leaves Saanich singing a happy tuneSonics. “It’s a way for community building, and bringing neighbours together t
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Sonics. “It’s a way for community building, and bringing neighbours together to have a good time with some arts,” says Saanich Parks and Recreation head coordinator Jason Jones. And come together they did, as Rutledge Park filled with people... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Music in the Park leaves Saanich singing a happy tuneSonics. “It’s a way for community building, and bringing neighbours together t
Oak Bay News / Posted 2 days ago
Sonics. “It’s a way for community building, and bringing neighbours together to have a good time with some arts,” says Saanich Parks and Recreation head coordinator Jason Jones. And come together they did, as Rutledge Park filled with people... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Tiny homes popular but not yet legal in most of Greater Victoriato find anywhere to park it. Zoning regulations prohibit this sort of structure
Oak Bay News / Posted 2 days ago
to find anywhere to park it. Zoning regulations prohibit this sort of structure from occupying land within any of the Saanich Peninsula communities, or for that matter, anywhere in Greater Victoria. But the tiny house movement began more than... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Music in the Park leaves Saanich singing a happy tuneSonics. “It’s a way for community building, and bringing neighbours together t
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
Sonics. “It’s a way for community building, and bringing neighbours together to have a good time with some arts,” says Saanich Parks and Recreation head coordinator Jason Jones. And come together they did, as Rutledge Park filled with people... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Sooke tennis courts need clean upout to tennis players,” said Patel, who lives in Sooke. “Tennis players are tr
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
out to tennis players,” said Patel, who lives in Sooke. “Tennis players are travelling to Langford and Cedar Hill in Saanich to play, when we have two good tennis courts here.” Patel said the community association has done its best to keep... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Sooke tennis courts need clean upout to tennis players,” said Patel, who lives in Sooke. “Tennis players are tr
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
out to tennis players,” said Patel, who lives in Sooke. “Tennis players are travelling to Langford and Cedar Hill in Saanich to play, when we have two good tennis courts here.” Patel said the community association has done its best to keep... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Peninsula Singers looking for a few good menSaanich may still be basking in the summer sun, but the sounds of Christmas are
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich may still be basking in the summer sun, but the sounds of Christmas are already ringing in the ears of the Peninsula Singers. Rehearsals begin next month for the Singers’ annual Christmas concert series Christmas Joy. Artistic director Lena... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Peninsula Singers looking for a few good menSaanich may still be basking in the summer sun, but the sounds of Christmas are
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich may still be basking in the summer sun, but the sounds of Christmas are already ringing in the ears of the Peninsula Singers. Rehearsals begin next month for the Singers’ annual Christmas concert series Christmas Joy. Artistic director Lena... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Peninsula Co-op steps up to help wildfire victimsTim Collins/News staff Peninsula Co-op, a Vancouver based business with roots
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Peninsula Co-op, a Vancouver based business with roots on the Saanich Peninsula has once again stepped up to aid the community by donating to the BC Wildfire Appeal. The Wildfire Appeal fund is an initiative of the Canadian... Read more
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BC Local News
Saanich seeks compensation letter from oil companiesSaanich will send a "climate accountability letter" to 20 corporations "asking
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich will send a "climate accountability letter" to 20 corporations "asking them to be accountable for the harm caused to that community by their operations and products." Specifically, the letter asks companies to pay for costs that climate... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Peninsula Co-op steps up to help wildfire victimsTim Collins/News staff Peninsula Co-op, a Vancouver based business with roots
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Peninsula Co-op, a Vancouver based business with roots on the Saanich Peninsula has once again stepped up to aid the community by donating to the BC Wildfire Appeal. The Wildfire Appeal fund is an initiative of the Canadian... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Peninsula Co-op steps up to help wildfire victimsTim Collins/News staff Peninsula Co-op, a Vancouver based business with roots
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Peninsula Co-op, a Vancouver based business with roots on the Saanich Peninsula has once again stepped up to aid the community by donating to the BC Wildfire Appeal. The Wildfire Appeal fund is an initiative of the Canadian... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Saanich seeks compensation letter from oil companiesSaanich will send a “climate accountability letter” to 20 corporations “asking
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich will send a “climate accountability letter” to 20 corporations “asking them to be accountable for the harm caused to that community by their operations and products.” Specifically, the letter asks companies to pay for costs that climate... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich seeks compensation letter from oil companiesSaanich will send a “climate accountability letter” to 20 corporations “asking
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich will send a “climate accountability letter” to 20 corporations “asking them to be accountable for the harm caused to that community by their operations and products.” Specifically, the letter asks companies to pay for costs that climate... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich seeks compensation letter from oil companiesSaanich will send a “climate accountability letter” to 20 corporations “asking
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich will send a “climate accountability letter” to 20 corporations “asking them to be accountable for the harm caused to that community by their operations and products.” Specifically, the letter asks companies to pay for costs that climate... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Invictus Games inspiring local athletes on road to recoverytraining camps and trains six days a week at the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club’s
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
training camps and trains six days a week at the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club’s range on Burnside Road and four days at the Saanich Commonwealth Place. While Sanders admits it’s been a challenging several months, the Games have given a boost to his... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Invictus Games inspiring local athletes on road to recoverytraining camps and trains six days a week at the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club’s
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
training camps and trains six days a week at the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club’s range on Burnside Road and four days at the Saanich Commonwealth Place. While Sanders admits it’s been a challenging several months, the Games have given a boost to his... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Invictus Games inspiring local athletes on road to recoverytraining camps and trains six days a week at the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club’s
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
training camps and trains six days a week at the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club’s range on Burnside Road and four days at the Saanich Commonwealth Place. While Sanders admits it’s been a challenging several months, the Games have given a boost to his... Read more
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BC Local News
Bear spotted in rural SaanichAvenue West. This bear sighting is only the latest in a series of sightings tha
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
Avenue West. This bear sighting is only the latest in a series of sightings that have taken place over the last few weeks. Saanich Police have alerted conservation officers and are urging residents to look up their garbage. Updates... Read more
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BC Local News
Saanich amends anti-nuclear weapons policySaanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy tha
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
Saanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy that declares Saanich a nuclear weapons free zone (NWFZ). The passed motion largely echoes a motion that Saanich council passed in 1983 but adds language around the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Bear spotted in rural SaanichAvenue West. This bear sighting is only the latest in a series of sightings tha
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
Avenue West. This bear sighting is only the latest in a series of sightings that have taken place over the last few weeks. Saanich Police have alerted conservation officers and are urging residents to look up their garbage. Updates... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich amends anti-nuclear weapons policySaanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy tha
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 days ago
Saanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy that declares Saanich a nuclear weapons free zone (NWFZ). The passed motion largely echoes a motion that Saanich council passed in 1983 but adds language around the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich amends anti-nuclear weapons policySaanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy tha
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Saanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy that declares Saanich a nuclear weapons free zone (NWFZ). The passed motion largely echoes a motion that Saanich council passed in 1983 but adds language around the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Saanich amends anti-nuclear weapons policySaanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy tha
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
Saanich council passed what supporters call an improved version of a policy that declares Saanich a nuclear weapons free zone (NWFZ). The passed motion largely echoes a motion that Saanich council passed in 1983 but adds language around the... Read more
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