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Sidney won’t ban new short-term vacation rentals

Council divided evenly 3-3 on plans to ban short-term rentals

Mobile blood clinic attracts 79 donors in Sidney

Canadian Blood Services readjusts to realities of COVID-19 pandemic

Sidney surveys residents about their pandemic experiences

Residential survey follows a survey of the local business community

Central Saanich navy cadet overcomes odds, sails to top of class

Xander Moss, 11, had two brain surgeries before turning one

North Saanich’s Flavour Trails re-opens next month with more organic flavour

Organizers say they hope to open in early July with opportunities throughout the summer

Curtain falls on traditional model of teaching at North Saanich music studio

Saanich Peninsula music teacher strikes flat note about future of music industry

Saanich Peninsula honours provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and frontline workers

Dr. Bonnie Henry and Frontline Workers Appreciation Week runs June 29 to July 5

Peninsula principals see opportunities for 2020 grads

Both Lizanne Chicanot and Sally Hansen see COVID-19 as a catalyst

Sidney Museum and Archives reopens brick by brick with Lego exhibit

Museum joins other reopenings including Sidney library, Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea

Woman arrested in Sidney for shoplifting on Beacon Avenue

Woman faces two counts of theft, released on condition not to appear in Sidney

Pandemic hurt almost eight out of 10 Sidney businesses, says survey

Businesses fear second potential wave, according to respondents

North Saanich approves dock despite last-minute appeal

Council voted 5-2 in favour of the dock

Sidney/North Saanich library nourishes readers with take-out service

Branch remains closed, but take-out service available since June 11

Letters from Airbnb to Sidney council raises questions about authenticity

Sidney council considers fate of short-term vacation rentals Monday

Sidney Island remains closed to camping

Some campgrounds in Gulf Islands National Park Reserve re-opening

Sidney’s Town Crier rings the bell for the food program serving vulnerable seniors

Bonny Henry-inspired T-shirts fund program to feeds seniors and breaks their isolation

North Saanich approves traffic safety study for local elementary school

It is not clear yet when the safety study around KELSET elementary will get underway

Higher gas prices fueled small increase in Canadian inflation in May 2020

Increase in May came after significant drops in March and April

Central Saanich council rejects remuneration referendum

Proposal by Coun. Zeb King fails Monday by 6-1 vote