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Non-migratory Canadian geese set to swamp Greater Victoria

Regional efforts to cull local populations have hit a snag

Saanich will continue to flow taxpayers’ money into sanitation station

Saanich says station remains open, because homelessness remains an issue following Regina Park

Blue-green algae blooms could sink bid to host national rowing centre in Saanich

Rowing Canada Aviron has expressed concern about excessive weed growth on Elk/Beaver Lake.

Greater Victoria unemployment roller-coaster shows distinct anti-female bias

Province of Quebec boasts three of the top 5 Canadian cities with the lowest unemployment rates

Saanich school district boasts ‘robust’ French immersion program

Just under 11 per cent of students in School District 63 are in French immersion

Final cost for Saanich homeless camp approaches $1 million

It is uncertain what impact the camp will have on 2019 tax rates

B.C. scientist gives life to panicked wild whales

Paul Cottrell is one the world’s leading experts on rescuing whales

Saanich churches seek to spread the blessings of pet ownership

St. Luke Cedar Hill Anglican Church will hold its annual Blessing of the Animals Service Sunday

Saanich on unsustainable spending path, report says

Operating spending declined in 2015-2016 after rising for a decade

Recent rash of thefts in Sidney similar to past sprees

Sidney/North Saanich RCMP warn residents to lock their vehicles

Saanich mayoral candidate open to the idea of wards

Rob Wickson says it would be an “interesting question” to explore, while hedging his bets

West Shore residents hold forum to voice frustration with Goldstream Park homeless camp

Some 200 residents fill local pub pointing fingers, claiming crime on the rise, safety at risk

Victoria resident barred from trading securities for fraud

Larry Keith Davis used money from an investor to pay personal bills

Greater Victoria favourite Pendray Corn Maze opens today

Pendray Farms Corn Maze raises food and funds Sept. 29

Greater Victoria’s real estate market remains strong compared to rest of Canada

Despite cooling, Victoria’s real estate remains a seller’s market, the only one in western Canada

Saanich offers land for housing for the homeless

Unclear many units of supportive housing the province will build in Saanich

Religious institutions in Saanich may have to justify their permissive tax exemptions

Non-profit organizations including religious institutions in Saanich may have to justify their…

Saanich seeks power to lower speed limits

Saanich will have the power to lower speed limits to 30 km/h under changes

Saanich approves plan that features 16-storey residential tower

Despite public concern about height and political accounability, council approves Nigel Valley Action Plan