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Saanich Peninsula faithful bless their furry friends

PHOTOS: Blessing of the Animals Sunday at St. Stephen’s Church in Central Saanich

Auto Extravaganza in downtown Sidney

PHOTOS: Sunday’s Coast Capital/Torque Masters car show drew thousands of people

Central Saanich Police issue plea to help find Niki Spearing

Missing woman may be camping in a 1975 Edson motorhome

Peninsula Panthers to adopt full face protection this hockey season

Vancouver Island hockey team first junior club in western Canada to mandate full face protection

Pathway pigeon poop problem prolonged on the Peninsula

Big bird bowl bombs bother Beacon, Bevan

Taxpayers group questions Victoria’s Commonwealth Games costs

Bid committee expected to discuss Games budget, venues next week

Hole fixed in North Saanich effluent outflow pipe

CRD discovered leak from pipe in June; issued a health warning

Central Saanich’s Owen second in Canada Games sailing event

Stelly’s Secondary School graduate John Owen captured a silver medal on Aug.…

Sidney’s next civic election could be uncivil

Community groups lining up to take on incumbent councillors

Sidney and North Saanich athletes medal at Canada Games

Canada Games continues until Aug. 13 in Winnipeg

Bless those amazing fur babies!

Central Saanich church hosts annual Blessing of the Animals this Sunday, Aug. 13

Skydiving company responds to Central Saanich complaint

Owner of Capital City Skydiving says they adhere to the sport’s regulations

Sidney celebrates day of the hawklet

Hawk who survived an eagle’s nest draw birders, biologists and the curious to Sidney

Intertribal powwow draws hundreds to Tsartlip Nation

Annual powwow by the Sampson family is a showcase of dancing, music and community

Victoria’s Largest Little Airshow

Radio controlled aircraft buzzing around Central Saanich

Prime Minister paddles at Sidney Spit during B.C. trip

Justin Trudeau addresses the wildfires, environment during brief visit to Gulf Islands National Park

Sidney’s famous hawk gets its own day

Town proclaims Aug. 6, 2017 as Bald Eagle Hawklet Day

Youth clinic in Sidney extended into the summer

Plenty of youth using after-hours service for variety of health needs

Panorama’s new ice surface poured this week

North Saanich recreation centre kept its lid cool to facilitate 12-hour concrete pour

Positive chalk messages scrawled on Sidney sidewalks

A collection of chalk messages have been showing up on Sidney’s Beacon…