Community

Volunteers put 100 native plants into Mount Douglas Park

Plants to help protect salmon bearing Douglas Creek

Bowl of hot ramen perfect for cold days at Camosun

Food cart opens to great success at Interurban campus

Trucks gear up for annual convoy Saturday

Event starts at Odgen Point, finishes at Western Speedway

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Community gardens stays busy through the winter
2017 Readers Lens gallery
Sooke couple's elaborate Christmas display

Sidney Sparkles Parade on Sunday

Annual parade part of busy weekend of seasonal activies on the Saanich Peninsula

Club wants Spectrum to be first stigma-free school on the Island

Earning the designation as a stigma free zone takes a year, worth it, say students

Sooke Fire Rescue gearing up for annual Santa Run

Food bank the beneficiary of community’s goodwill

Saanich realtors ready to invite the world

Destined Home will officially open in University Heights Dec. 1

Hospice helping Victoria residents celebrate departed loved ones over the holidays

Celebrate a Life tree returns to Hillside Centre on Friday

  • Nov 30th, 2017

Exposure to Wi-Fi examined at Sooke Awareness Film Night

Generation Zapped investigates potential effects of wireless technology

  • Nov 30th, 2017

Westshore Centre tree fundraiser supports local students

Fundraiser helps Grade 12s attend graduation

Victoria Big Brothers/Big Sisters honours Island Savings for contribution to community

Credit union given Community Partnership Award for generosity and leadership

Oak Bay teacher wins 91.3 the Zone’s Teacher of the Month

French teacher at École Willows School wins custom Converse from Baggins and Big Wheel gift cards

Haliburton school provides skills for fledgling farmers

EcoFarm School encourages people considering small-scale commercial growing to explore new options

  • Nov 28th, 2017

Save on Foods kicks off week-long peanut butter campaign Friday

Buy one peanut butter and get one donated to a local food bank starting Friday, Dec. 1

  • Nov 29th, 2017

READERS CORNER: Saanich author delves into the lives of notable women

Women Who Made the World offers snapshots into the lives of over 50 accomplished women from the past

  • Nov 29th, 2017

Volunteers give back year-round at Our Place in Victoria

Public donations increase in December, but are needed all year long

Sooke now Smoked Salmon Capital of Canada

Moniker suggested by Juan de Fuca Salmon Restoration Society

North Saanich couple hanging up some holiday spirit

Mike and Sandra Wiggins are behind the colourful ornaments on Wain Road