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BC Local News
Saanich rolls out draft transportation planSaanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Movin
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
Saanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Moving Saanich Forward. Following nine months of public engagement, the Moving Saanich Forward team is now asking for feedback on the draft maps, strategies and actions that... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Junior ITF tennis tourney at Panorama Recreation this weekthis week in the fifth Victoria International Junior ITF tennis tournament at P
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 hours ago
this week in the fifth Victoria International Junior ITF tennis tournament at Panorama Recreation Centre in North Saanich. Eighty-six players, girls and boys, in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior ranks started the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Junior ITF tennis tourney at Panorama Recreation this weekthis week in the fifth Victoria International Junior ITF tennis tournament at P
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
this week in the fifth Victoria International Junior ITF tennis tournament at Panorama Recreation Centre in North Saanich. Eighty-six players, girls and boys, in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior ranks started the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Junior ITF tennis tourney at Panorama Recreation this weekthis week in the fifth Victoria International Junior ITF tennis tournament at P
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
this week in the fifth Victoria International Junior ITF tennis tournament at Panorama Recreation Centre in North Saanich. Eighty-six players, girls and boys, in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior ranks started the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich rolls out draft transportation planSaanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Movin
Oak Bay News / Posted 5 hours ago
Saanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Moving Saanich Forward. Following nine months of public engagement, the Moving Saanich Forward team is now asking for feedback on the draft maps, strategies and actions that... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich rolls out draft transportation planSaanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Movin
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
Saanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Moving Saanich Forward. Following nine months of public engagement, the Moving Saanich Forward team is now asking for feedback on the draft maps, strategies and actions that... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Saanich rolls out draft transportation planSaanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Movin
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
Saanich has completed the draft for its first active transportation plan, Moving Saanich Forward. Following nine months of public engagement, the Moving Saanich Forward team is now asking for feedback on the draft maps, strategies and actions that... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River PeeWee T2 Tyees wrap up placement roundon Sunday afternoon. Since the end of September the team has played five placem
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
on Sunday afternoon. Since the end of September the team has played five placement round games against Nanaimo T2, which they won 8-2, Racquet Club T1 which they lost 16-10, Cowichan Valley T2 which the won 16-5 and Saanich T1 which they lo... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Roughly 7,000 without power in Greater Victoriaafter a storm blew across southern Vancouver Island Monday night and into Tuesd
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 hours ago
after a storm blew across southern Vancouver Island Monday night and into Tuesday morning. The biggest outage areas are in Saanich and Victoria where more than 7,000 people are in the dark. One of the biggest pockets is south of Cumberland Road,... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Central Saanich carriage home gets 3-year extensionthree more years at a carriage home on her parents’ property. Lori Shaw, the a
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 hours ago
three more years at a carriage home on her parents’ property. Lori Shaw, the applicant, said her childhood home in Central Saanich has been in her family for almost a century. According to Shaw, her grandfather raised jersey cows for butter and... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Central Saanich carriage home gets 3-year extensionthree more years at a carriage home on her parents’ property. Lori Shaw, the a
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 hours ago
three more years at a carriage home on her parents’ property. Lori Shaw, the applicant, said her childhood home in Central Saanich has been in her family for almost a century. According to Shaw, her grandfather raised jersey cows for butter and... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Roughly 7,000 without power in Greater Victoriaafter a storm blew across southern Vancouver Island Monday night and into Tuesd
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 hours ago
after a storm blew across southern Vancouver Island Monday night and into Tuesday morning. The biggest outage areas are in Saanich and Victoria where more than 7,000 people are in the dark. One of the biggest pockets is south of Cumberland Road,... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Central Saanich carriage home gets 3-year extensionthree more years at a carriage home on her parents’ property. Lori Shaw, the a
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
three more years at a carriage home on her parents’ property. Lori Shaw, the applicant, said her childhood home in Central Saanich has been in her family for almost a century. According to Shaw, her grandfather raised jersey cows for butter and... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Roughly 7,000 without power in Greater Victoriaafter a storm blew across southern Vancouver Island Monday night and into Tuesd
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
after a storm blew across southern Vancouver Island Monday night and into Tuesday morning. The biggest outage areas are in Saanich and Victoria where more than 7,000 people are in the dark. One of the biggest pockets is south of Cumberland Road,... Read more
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BC Local News
Social housing moving next door to elementary schoolfor seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a gover
BC Local News / Posted 10 hours ago
for seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a government and media consultant who ran for Saanich council last month, said supportive housing across the street from a school posed potential dangers for... Read more
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Oak Bay News
North Saanich arena upgrades get star treatmentin the works but that will take more time to complete. Arena B was part of the
Oak Bay News / Posted 10 hours ago
in the works but that will take more time to complete. Arena B was part of the original recreation centre built in North Saanich in 1977 and was ready to be replaced after 40 years of service. Part of the funding for the renovation was a $500,000... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
North Saanich arena upgrades get star treatmentin the works but that will take more time to complete. Arena B was part of the
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 10 hours ago
in the works but that will take more time to complete. Arena B was part of the original recreation centre built in North Saanich in 1977 and was ready to be replaced after 40 years of service. Part of the funding for the renovation was a $500,000... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
North Saanich arena upgrades get star treatmentin the works but that will take more time to complete. Arena B was part of the
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 11 hours ago
in the works but that will take more time to complete. Arena B was part of the original recreation centre built in North Saanich in 1977 and was ready to be replaced after 40 years of service. Part of the funding for the renovation was a $500,000... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich swears in new councillorSaanich’s newest councillor took her seat Monday, but Karen Harper had to wait
Oak Bay News / Posted 11 hours ago
Saanich’s newest councillor took her seat Monday, but Karen Harper had to wait a few minutes longer. Justice Geoffrey Gaul, who administered the oath of office and the oath of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II, was running late for the start of... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich swears in new councillorSaanich’s newest councillor took her seat Monday, but Karen Harper had to wait
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
Saanich’s newest councillor took her seat Monday, but Karen Harper had to wait a few minutes longer. Justice Geoffrey Gaul, who administered the oath of office and the oath of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II, was running late for the start of... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Saanich swears in new councillorSaanich’s newest councillor took her seat Monday, but Karen Harper had to wait
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 12 hours ago
Saanich’s newest councillor took her seat Monday, but Karen Harper had to wait a few minutes longer. Justice Geoffrey Gaul, who administered the oath of office and the oath of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II, was running late for the start of... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Social housing moving next door to elementary schoolfor seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a gover
Oak Bay News / Posted 12 hours ago
for seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a government and media consultant who ran for Saanich council last month, said supportive housing across the street from a school posed potential dangers for... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Social housing moving next door to elementary schoolfor seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a gover
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
for seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a government and media consultant who ran for Saanich council last month, said supportive housing across the street from a school posed potential dangers for... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Social housing moving next door to elementary schoolfor seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a gover
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 13 hours ago
for seniors and for neighbours will also register?” Michael Geoghegan, a government and media consultant who ran for Saanich council last month, said supportive housing across the street from a school posed potential dangers for... Read more
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BC Local News
Frustrating Saanich intersection takes a new turnAn intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
An intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a new turn. Raylec Power – a Vancouver Island-based company specializing in electrical infrastructure – will install an advanced green light for drivers turning left off... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Frustrating Saanich intersection takes a new turnAn intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
An intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a new turn. Raylec Power – a Vancouver Island-based company specializing in electrical infrastructure – will in the coming days install an advanced green light for drivers... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Frustrating Saanich intersection takes a new turnAn intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
An intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a new turn. Raylec Power – a Vancouver Island-based company specializing in electrical infrastructure – will in the coming days install an advanced green light for drivers... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Frustrating Saanich intersection takes a new turnAn intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
An intersection that has long frustrated Saanich drivers will soon offer them a new turn. Raylec Power – a Vancouver Island-based company specializing in electrical infrastructure – will in the coming days install an advanced green light for drivers... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Undefeated Gorge FC uses big second half to down Vantreights in VISL Div. 1 playday. Sean Cringle got one back for still-winless Vantreights (0-6-0), but the
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
day. Sean Cringle got one back for still-winless Vantreights (0-6-0), but the match was already in hand for the powerful Saanich squad. In other Division 1 play from the weekend, Cowichan FC (5-1-0) kept pace with Gorge with a 3-0 default win... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Undefeated Gorge FC uses big second half to down Vantreights in VISL Div. 1 playday. Sean Cringle got one back for still-winless Vantreights (0-6-0), but the
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
day. Sean Cringle got one back for still-winless Vantreights (0-6-0), but the match was already in hand for the powerful Saanich squad. In other Division 1 play from the weekend, Cowichan FC (5-1-0) kept pace with Gorge with a 3-0 default win... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Undefeated Gorge FC uses big second half to down Vantreights in VISL Div. 1 playday. Sean Cringle got one back for still-winless Vantreights (0-6-0), but the
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
day. Sean Cringle got one back for still-winless Vantreights (0-6-0), but the match was already in hand for the powerful Saanich squad. In other Division 1 play from the weekend, Cowichan FC (5-1-0) kept pace with Gorge with a 3-0 default win... Read more
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BC Local News
Braves break out for five goals on CougarsWith five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the m
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
With five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the mark of a strong season in the Island junior B hockey league. The Braves play next on Wednesday night (Oct. 18), hosting the Westshore Wolves at Pearkes arena, 7:30... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Braves break out for five goals on CougarsWith five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the m
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
With five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the mark of a strong season in the Island junior B hockey league. The Braves play next on Wednesday night (Oct. 18), hosting the Westshore Wolves at Pearkes arena, 7:30... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Braves break out for five goals on CougarsWith five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the m
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
With five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the mark of a strong season in the Island junior B hockey league. The Braves play next on Wednesday night (Oct. 18), hosting the Westshore Wolves at Pearkes arena, 7:30... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Braves break out for five goals on CougarsWith five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the m
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
With five wins in their first 13 games, the Saanich Braves aren’t far off the mark of a strong season in the Island junior B hockey league. The Braves play next on Wednesday night (Oct. 18), hosting the Westshore Wolves at Pearkes arena, 7:30... Read more
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BC Local News
Toy and hobby show draws thousands to Saanichof comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop c
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
of comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop culture fandom and each each other as Saanich hosted one of the largest hobby and toy fairs in western Canada. Started by Biagio and Candice Woodward of Cherry... Read more
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BC Local News
Cedar Hill teacher adds new math resource for Greater Victoria schoolsinformation is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
information is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they can apply it to novel situations,” said the Saanich resident, adding our learning tools are no longer limited to just pen and paper. “We need them to be thinkers and... Read more
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BC Local News
Bear sighted near observatory in SaanichSaanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanic
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Saanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanich Road near the entrance to the Dominion Observatory shortly before 5 a.m. Monday. Saanich Police patrol units were dispatched to the scene but were unable to locate the... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Bear sighted near observatory in SaanichSaanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanic
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
Saanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanich Road near the entrance to the Dominion Observatory shortly before 5 a.m. Monday. Saanich Police patrol units were dispatched to the scene but were unable to locate the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Bear sighted near observatory in SaanichSaanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanic
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
Saanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanich Road near the entrance to the Dominion Observatory shortly before 5 a.m. Monday. Saanich Police patrol units were dispatched to the scene but were unable to locate the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Cedar Hill teacher adds new math resource for Greater Victoria schoolsinformation is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
information is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they can apply it to novel situations,” said the Saanich resident, adding our learning tools are no longer limited to just pen and paper. “We need them to be thinkers and... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Toy and hobby show draws thousands to Saanichof comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop c
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
of comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop culture fandom and each each other as Saanich hosted one of the largest hobby and toy fairs in western Canada. Started by Biagio and Candice Woodward of Cherry... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Toy and hobby show draws thousands to Saanichof comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop c
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
of comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop culture fandom and each each other as Saanich hosted one of the largest hobby and toy fairs in western Canada. Started by Biagio and Candice Woodward of Cherry... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Bear sighted near observatory in SaanichSaanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanic
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
Saanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanich Road near the entrance to the Dominion Observatory shortly before 5 a.m. Monday. Saanich Police patrol units were dispatched to the scene but were unable to locate the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Cedar Hill teacher adds new math resource for Greater Victoria schoolsinformation is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
information is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they can apply it to novel situations,” said the Saanich resident, adding our learning tools are no longer limited to just pen and paper. “We need them to be thinkers and... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Toy and hobby show draws thousands to Saanichof comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop c
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
of comic-book fans, science-fiction geeks and cosplayers celebrated their pop culture fandom and each each other as Saanich hosted one of the largest hobby and toy fairs in western Canada. Started by Biagio and Candice Woodward of Cherry... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Bear sighted near observatory in SaanichSaanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanic
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
Saanich Police received a report of a bear sighting on the 5000 block of Saanich Road near the entrance to the Dominion Observatory shortly before 5 a.m. Monday. Saanich Police patrol units were dispatched to the scene but were unable to locate the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Cedar Hill teacher adds new math resource for Greater Victoria schoolsinformation is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
information is no longer enough. “They need to understand how it works so they can apply it to novel situations,” said the Saanich resident, adding our learning tools are no longer limited to just pen and paper. “We need them to be thinkers and... Read more
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BC Local News
Karen Harper to be sworn in as new councillor MondayKaren Harper won’t have much time to reflect after she becomes Saanich’s newest
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Karen Harper won’t have much time to reflect after she becomes Saanich’s newest council members. She will take the oath of office, then take her seat next to the left of Mayor Richard Atwell, the seat assigned to the most junior councillor, as... Read more
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BC Local News
Bronze sculptor opens his doors for studio tourA challenge for any sculptor is to imbue movement in a static object. Paul Hard
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
A challenge for any sculptor is to imbue movement in a static object. Paul Harder, a sculptor in Central Saanich, is showing the public how it’s done as part of the ArtSea Fall Studio Tour, happening October 21 and 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Harder,... Read more
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