Kyle Slavin

With Tour de Rock riders behind him for support

Car pull raises $26,000 for Tour de Rock

It took 11 hours, but Kevin Nunn successfully pulled a 2,530-pound Mini Cooper around the University of Victoria 12 times

With Tour de Rock riders behind him for support
The building on the corner of Burnside Road West and Tillicum Road was torn down in late August by RG Excavating to make room for a six-storey rental property built by EY Properties. The building will be the first rental property built in Saanich in 25 years.

Rental development returns to Saanich after 25 year lull

Purpose-built rental housing is soon destined for the corner of Tillicum and Burnside roads

The building on the corner of Burnside Road West and Tillicum Road was torn down in late August by RG Excavating to make room for a six-storey rental property built by EY Properties. The building will be the first rental property built in Saanich in 25 years.

‘Free baby’ posted on classified website

Victoria police officers attempting to find the would-be seller to ensure no children are at risk

Dezmond White

Wanted federal parolee captured by Victoria police

Dezmond White arrested during a traffic stop in Esquimalt

Dezmond White

Police seek victim in violent purse-snatching attempt

Victim shoved head-first into a wall before Good Samaritan comes to rescue

Attorney General Shirley Bond announces the formation of a Justice Access Centre at the Victoria courthouse. Looking on is event MC Maple Ridge-Mission MLA Marc Dalton. The Justice Centre will assist people who need legal help with family and civil legal matters.

New Victoria centre aims to make justice accessible

Province announces $1.5 million plan to create Justice Access Centre

Attorney General Shirley Bond announces the formation of a Justice Access Centre at the Victoria courthouse. Looking on is event MC Maple Ridge-Mission MLA Marc Dalton. The Justice Centre will assist people who need legal help with family and civil legal matters.
VicPD Detective Const. Lori Beauvais looks over one of a pair of shoes that were found on the beach at Clover Point with bone and meat inside them. The material was found to be not human but police would still like to find those responsible and are asking for helping in identifying who the shoes may have belonged to.

Meat found in children’s shoes on Victoria beach was poultry

Police seeking assistance to identify owners of different toddler, baby shoes

VicPD Detective Const. Lori Beauvais looks over one of a pair of shoes that were found on the beach at Clover Point with bone and meat inside them. The material was found to be not human but police would still like to find those responsible and are asking for helping in identifying who the shoes may have belonged to.
September 5

Picket line goes up at UVic

Two unions currently undertaking job action say the students won't be impacted by the strike until Sept. 17 at the earliest.

September 5

Victoria police take 11 impaired drivers off long weekend roads

This brings the total number of individuals charged with impaired driving by VicPD since the Victoria Day long weekend to 126

Agitated man spits on Saanich cop, attempts to bite another

A Saanich man attempted to bite a police officer and then spat in the face of another after he instigated two public drunken disturbances

North Vancouver MP Andrew Saxton

UVic to develop drone aircraft for civilian use

Jenner Richards foresees a not-so-distant future where any farmer in Greater Victoria could send an unmanned aircraft into the air

North Vancouver MP Andrew Saxton

Fewer chances to sail from Swartz Bay come October

B.C. Ferries reduces Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen ferry schedule in an effort to save $1 million

Merchants buying cigarettes at Costco being targeted, police suspect

Police say a growing black market for cigarettes could be fuelling three recent cigarette thefts linked to merchant purchases at Costco.

The Ministry of Transportation diagram outlines improvements to the Sayward-Pat Bay Highway intersection. First to be installed is a northbound 'congestion ahead' sign.

Safety improvements coming to dangerous intersection in Saanich

Transportation Minister Blair Lekstrom announces $3 million in upgrades to Pat Bay Highway at Sayward

The Ministry of Transportation diagram outlines improvements to the Sayward-Pat Bay Highway intersection. First to be installed is a northbound 'congestion ahead' sign.
University of Victoria paint shop employees Len Ashmore (with paint sprayer) and Rob Barton (with ground glass) repaint crosswalk lines on Ring Road as they get the campus ready for the new school year. Unions representing UVic employees remain far apart from UVic management

UVic on path toward strike in September

Labour board to rule on essential services after negotiations fail

University of Victoria paint shop employees Len Ashmore (with paint sprayer) and Rob Barton (with ground glass) repaint crosswalk lines on Ring Road as they get the campus ready for the new school year. Unions representing UVic employees remain far apart from UVic management

Scammer attempts ruse using Saanich water department

A scammer claiming to be with the District of Saanich is calling residents in an attempt to steal credit card information.

Column: Want gay fries with that?

An Angus Reid poll from March of this year suggest 48 per cent of Americans are still opposed to gay marriage

Saanich among safest places in Canada

Community policing, aging population helps, says mayor

Street racing Geo takes flight in Saanich

It wasn't a bird and it wasn't a plane. What flew through the air Tuesday afternoon in rural Saanich was a car

Column: Camp experience is why we ride

Tour de Rock media rider Kyle Slavin of Saanich News shares his experience with the kids of Camp Goodtimes