Steven Heywood

Sidney firefighters helping keep the flames at bay in B.C.’s interior

Sidney firefighters are working with their counterparts from across the province and…

North Saanich society keeps Canso in the air

Hangar Dance July 29 to fundraise for ongoing restoration of the bright white flying boat

Central Saanich artist Anne Freidank selling off her collection for charity

Anne Freidank has come to terms with her own art. The Central…

Crowdfunding one of many options for North Saanich

District hoping to raise $44,000 for Jubillee Park playground equipment

Leeroy Stagger and Buffy St. Marie coming to Sidney

Buffy Sainte-Marie is returning to the Mary Winspear theatre on July 20…

Camapign for Victoria cancer scanner more than half-way there

BC Cancer Foundation effort for an Island PET/CT scanner gets boost from Victoria Airport Travelodge

Central Saanich adopts living wage policy for staff, contractors

Policy won’t have much impact on the budget, as most workers already make a good wage

Saanich Peninsula mayors weigh in on government change next week

Steven Heywood and Tim Collins News staff With the B.C. government expected…

North Saanich looking for new fire recruits

North Saanich’s fire department is looking for new volunteer fire fighters. The…

Central Saanich Little Leaguers off to the provincials

A very happy group of eight, nine and 10 year old boys…

Sidney Sister Cities annual calendar is out

Seventh annual Sidney calendar a fundraiser for the Association

Brentwood Bay friends driving supplies to victims of the B.C. wildfires

A group of friends from Brentwood Bay will be driving three trailers…

Sidney Open Air Library promotes literacy

What better way to enjoy a quiet morning than with a good…

Carbine rifle use part of high-risk response, says Sidney RCMP’s top cop

Peninsula News Review reader, others, worried about recent show of force in Sidney

Mad Day Out leads off Sidney’s Summer Sounds concert series

Peninsula Celebrations Society hosts concert series every Sunday during the summer.

Sidney welcomes Victoria Accordion Club Saturday afternoon

Special Canada 150 concert at Beacon Park at 2 p.m.

Yellow Wolf Powwow returns to Tsartlip community in August

Annual powwow welcomes dancers, drummers to First Nation near Brentwood Bay

Sidney’s new skateboard park is officially open

With the cutting of a ribbon and the pulling back of a…

Canada 150: Sidney celebrates in a big way Saturday

A collection of images from throughout Canada Day in Sidney

CANADA 150: Hard work led Ken Tran’s new dedication to Canada

Now retired in North Saanich, Tran escaped Vietnam in 1975 in search of a new life