Hugo Wong

The Little Mermaid is a smash hit for Stelly’s

A theatre, though, is still on their wish list

Interest in park growing by the toilet paper roll

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve interest measured by unconventional means

Whisky society commits to charity donation in wake of whisky raids

Refund of Victoria Whiskey Festival tickets won’t impact charity beneficiaries

Parkland offers IB program this fall

Beginning Sept. 2018, Parkland Secondary School is slated to be the first…

Woodwynn Farms to be shut down and sold

The rehabilitation program at Woodwynn Farms is being shut down. According to…

False missile alert for Central Saanich councillor

While on vacation in Hawaii, Central Saanich Councillor Alicia Holman was awoken…

Central Saanich police chase down speeding biker

A motorcyclist from the Lower Mainland was caught on the Tsawout reserve…

Local Legion makes donation

Hugo Wong News Staff

More buoys allowed for Brentwood Bay

Proposed number rises from 40 to 60

Butchart Gardens is hiring now and paying more

Wages start at $15, job fair Feb. 20

Tent city resident just wants a home

Roving tent city has made its way to Central Saanich

Keating Elementary to get seismic upgrades, 4 new classrooms

Construction on $7.92 million project to begin in July

Man arrested for dog cruelty in Central Saanich

Police searching for Good Samaritan

Police searching for missing Central Saanich teen

Terrence Lafortune, 13, last seen at Bayside Middle School

Tent city arrives in Central Saanich

Three tents near Polo Park as of Wednesday morning

Peninsula councillors undecided on re-election as mayors declare early

Updated Jan. 9, 2018 with comments from Mayor Alice Finall. With the…

Passenger-only ferry plan proposed for Gulf Islands and Sidney

The CRD is looking into a plan that would bring a new ferry service to the Southern Gulf Islands, Salt Spring Island and the Town of Sidney

Old Sidney wells will keep Town ‘treading water’ if quake happens

In the event of a major earthquake, securing food, water and shelter…

Higher Peninsula home values are no surprise

When assessment notices arrive in mailboxes across the Peninsula, homeowners will see…