Kyle Slavin

Suspect arrested after stolen credit info fraud spree

Saanich police arrest 30-year-old woman who used stolen credit card information to make purchases around the province

Catherine Sloot

Blood on the water: Changes allow clinic to use B.C. Ferries for shipping

The Canadian Blood Services (CBS) clinic on Saanich Road is about to make blood donations even more valuable

Catherine Sloot
Gordon Head resident Alastair Wade checks out the new plans the University of Victoria has on the table with regards to its proposed parkade during an open house at Lambrick Park secondary.

UVic’s latest parkade plan embraces community concerns

Open houses Saturday and Tuesday will give Saanich residents an opportunity to gauge five new parking garage options

Gordon Head resident Alastair Wade checks out the new plans the University of Victoria has on the table with regards to its proposed parkade during an open house at Lambrick Park secondary.

Alert bank teller saves Saanich couple from ‘grandparent scam’

An elderly German couple living in Saanich was woken up early Saturday morning by a panicked female caller, in need of $40,000.

Weekend oil spill the sixth in Saanich in six months

On Sunday, crews were called to the 2800-block of Adelaide Ave. after a sheen of oil was reportedly seen in a nearby ditch.

Saanich sexual assault case earns offender ‘dangerous offender’ status

In July 2008, Saanich police charged Robert Charles Lawrence with sexual assault and overcoming resistance by strangulation.

Saanich business targetted by metal thieves

More than 225 kilograms of aluminum piping was stolen sometime between the evening of Friday, Feb. 25 and the morning of Monday, Feb. 27.

B.C. Transit spends $5M on land for Uptown exchange

Purchase is the last piece of the puzzle to build a transit exchange at Uptown in Saanich.

Three arrested after rash of wire thefts

Three men have been arrested in Saanich as part of a crackdown on copper wire thefts.

Victoria’s free Wi-Fi network grows

Surfing the web for free anywhere in downtown Victoria is one small step closer to reality.

Colquitz River polluted – again – after 630 litres of heating oil spills in Saanich

Another home heating oil spill in Saanich pollutes Colquitz River after tank's fuel line fails

Crews dig up oil-contaminated soil in the 2800-block of Adelaide Ave. in Saanich after an estimated 300 litres of home heating oil spilled on Feb. 3.

Oil tank spills continue to cause concern in Saanich

At least three more home heating tanks in Saanich have had spills, leaking at least 400 more litres of oil into the ground

Crews dig up oil-contaminated soil in the 2800-block of Adelaide Ave. in Saanich after an estimated 300 litres of home heating oil spilled on Feb. 3.

Saanich pushing rooftop gardens

Saanich councillor Dean Murdock is pushing to make rooftop gardens much more commonplace in the municipality.

Elk Lake pond scum dangerous for pets, CRD warns

Capital Region advises people and pets to stay out of the lakes for at least the next two weeks.

Have you see Roberto Coronado? If so

UPDATE: Missing Saanich man, Roberto Coronado, found

Missing 25-year-old international student from the Philippines found at trailer park on the Malahat

Have you see Roberto Coronado? If so
Saanich police are looking to identify the man in this sketch. They say he is responsible for an armed robbery from December at a health food store.

Saanich police release sketch of apologetic robbery suspect

Knife-wielding robber entered Saanich health food store in December, made off with cash

Saanich police are looking to identify the man in this sketch. They say he is responsible for an armed robbery from December at a health food store.

Despite stolen employee data, UVic named top employer in B.C.

School's thorough reaction to information theft indicative of quality workplace: employee

Crossing the Gorge a major hurdle for Craigflower Bridge project

Saanich council approves bridge redesign; engineers remain challenged by pedestrian and bike traffic movements

Saanich police Sgt. Dean Jantzen sits with a replica M16 Bushmaster propped up on the table in front of him. The assault rifle and another 158 guns were seized by police from the home of man

Long-gun registry helps bust Saanich man who embezzled 159 firearms

Semi-automatic rifles, shotguns, pistols were seized from the home of a man who worked as a manager at Island Outfitters.

Saanich police Sgt. Dean Jantzen sits with a replica M16 Bushmaster propped up on the table in front of him. The assault rifle and another 158 guns were seized by police from the home of man
A Jaguar crashed through the bottom floor of the Gysbers family home around 2 a.m. Thursday morning

Driver of car that crashed into Saanich home this morning arrested again

Saanich police suspect alcohol played a role in a Carey Road crash early Thursday morning

A Jaguar crashed through the bottom floor of the Gysbers family home around 2 a.m. Thursday morning