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Forty per cent of online purchases made on cell phone in 2018

In 2014, mobile devices accounted for 12 per cent of online purchases

Saanich applies to join Chamber of Commerce

Concerns about costs raised over District’s plan to join business groups

CRD directors demand declaration of climate emergency

Saanich councillor, Victoria mayor, Sooke mayor call for action

Caddy Bay clean up in Saanich yields old crapper among other items

Annual clean-up draws attention to beach pollution both large and small

Heritage status of Saanich’s Municipal Hall could shape eventual location of future First Nations art

Council asked staff to investigate various aspects of installing First Nations art

Feds pump $3.5M into UVic climate research centre

Federal minister says investment strengthens scientific research, economic development

Building boom continues in Greater Victoria as other parts of Canada go bust

Canada’s largest province, Ontario, is slowing down as B.C. continues to grow

Saanich man crashes after driving 120 km/h near elementary school

Police arrest 21-year-old for dangerous driving

No immediate plan to electrify Washington State ferry to Sidney

Washington State Ferries says it plans to convert vessels serving Seattle area first

Construction company not subject of investigation after run-off into Saanich river

Incident happened on Jan. 5 following heavy rains and pump failure

Saanich councillors call for ban on disposable plastic products

Plastic bag ban takes effect Jan. 1 with bans on coffee cups and takeout containers being considered

Saanich leads six Greater Victoria communities in daycare funding application

Application is for $150,000 in provincial funding

Third time and a bit is the charm when it comes to quitting smoking

Roughly five million Canadians smoked either daily or occasionally in 2017

Saanich to ban single-use plastic bags by Jan. 1, 2020

Move comes six months earlier than first proposed, and follows City of Victoria lead

Greater Victoria unemployment rate remains below provincial, national average

Only Kelowna has a tighter labour market in British Columbia

Police pulled over speeder prior to collision involving double-decker bus

Authorities say the collision caused minimal damage with no reported injuries

Saanich accused of abandoning community over derelict boat

District failed to seize boat but continues to pursue legal actions

Man with self-inflicted wounds arrested Thursday in Saanich

Man scheduled to make a court appearance Tuesday in Victoria

Saanich to install Aboriginal art in council chambers

Initiative comes Coun. Nathalie Chambers