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Sidney could pump up electric vehicle charging across community

EV charging could be coming to all zones

Sidney handles plastic bags with wait-and-see approach

Officials say they will wait for courts and provincial action concerning single-use plastic bags

Central Saanich hosts NEAT program to help seniors connect with each other

Health promotion program aims to reduce social isolation among seniors

Head of Vancouver Island Regional Library system calls Sidney’s claims ‘problematic’

Rosemary Bonanno says the Library Act gives Sidney an ‘exit strategy’

For Central Saanich couple, fight against MS is a matter of family

Altenkirks sell greeting cards and wooden bowls to raise money for MS Society

Saanich staff recommend rejecting ALR exclusion of former Royal Oak golf course

Finial decision rest with Agricultural Land Commission

Greater Victoria records second-lowest unemployment rate in Canada in September

Victoria’s unemployment rate of 3.2 per cent below Quebec City’s three per cent

Nurse comes home to ‘dream job’ at Saanich Peninsula Hospital

Jane Fox is the first Aboriginal liaison nurse at the Saanich Peninsula Hospital

Opponents of Elizabeth May criticize her push to scrap temporary foreign worker program

May has proposed to scrap the federal program which supplies local business with temporary workers

Sidney’s adoption planning change for rising level still in ‘infancy’

CAO says ‘other climate adaptation initiatives’ in early stages of development

Peninsula Panthers hit quarter-mark of season with best record in league

The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League team won 11 out of 12 games

Lecture series tries to forecast likely future of Sidney

Series starts Oct. 27 with a presentation from Jim Bottomley, a futurist

Central Saanich invites Saanich to talk transportation issues

Coun. Niall Paltiel says communities do can do a ‘better job’ on mutual issues

MLA calls for coordination among Peninsula jurisdictions on climate change mitigation

Appeal comes in wake of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on coastal communities

More British Columbians depend on fewer working-age British Columbians

BC Stats predicts dependency ratio to hit 65 per cent in 2038

Victoria International Airport leader theorizes speculation tax led to decline in passenger numbers

President and CEO Geoff Dickson says more study needed on the issue

Sidney quintet strikes bowling silver at BC Senior Games

The mixed team bowls out of Sidney’s Miracle Lanes

Sidney records the second-highest rate of electric vehicle ownership on Vancouver Island

Saanich, Oak Bay and Victoria lead all Island communities in terms of raw numbers

Sidney says it has not received any complaints about vehicles hogging EV charging stations

Sidney operates four publicly available charging stations for EV vehicles

Local Green MLA Adam Olsen has not ruled out running for leader of provincial Greens

Olsen says he has not ‘taken anything off the table’ after announcement from leader Andrew Weaver