Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Saanich

Bystanders save father and daughter from violent carjacking in Saanich

It was the suspect's second attempted carjacking of the night.

Police searching for golf cart stolen from North Saanich business (UPDATED)

The company grows seeds for BC reforestation

Over 2,000 customers have lost power in Saanich

Some residents are starting to feel the cold.

62-year-old pedestrian dies of injuries after being struck by car in Saanich

The collision occurred on Saturday.
Elk/Beaver Lake

CRD issues update on toxic blue-green algae warning for Elk Lake

Beaver Lake is unaffected.

Saanich municipality asking for public’s support in purchasing new land

They're looking to raise $2.75 million.

Police looking to identify man who attacked a BC Transit driver in North Saanich...

The bus driver suffered facial injuries and remains in hospital.

Saanich police warn that thefts from vehicles are on the rise

“In almost all of the reported incidents owners have left their vehicle unlocked.”

Nearly 100 chickens were on the loose on the Saanich Peninsula and nobody knows...

🎵 It’s raining chickens, hallelujah! 🐔

Pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle in North Saanich on Sunday

Police are looking for additional witnesses.

Deep Cove Chalet in North Saanich heavily damaged in fire over the weekend

The restaurant first opened its doors in 1972.

Saanich stages large-scale emergency exercise near Pearkes Recreation Centre

It's like a dress rehearsal for events that will hopefully never happen.

Saanich to reconsider banning single-use plastic bags

Saanich initially voted in favour of a ban last October, but held off on further action pending a Supreme Court case.

Mount Doug is getting a new set of gates next week

Art, meet function. Function, meet art!
Karen Harper Saanich

Karen Harper becomes the third candidate in Saanich Council byelection

On Wednesday, the local businesswoman and longtime Saanich resident became the latest candidate in the Saanich Council Byelection. 

Beloved Saanich homeless man to be honoured with memorial bench

All are welcome to the unveiling and celebration of life on Sunday, June 11th at 2pm.

Saanich planning department wants YOUR feedback on the latest concepts for Uptown-Douglas corridor

The vision for the project is to create a heart for Saanich as a vibrant place to live, work, shop and explore.

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