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Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce appoints 17 heavy hitters to board

Business leaders plan exciting year of events for the Peninsula

Oak Bay-based performing arts school named second Acorn Arts Award winner

District award recognizes CCPA’s outstanding contributions to the arts

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Ruth King Elementary Installs New Learning Garden
Royal Roads University gets an Apiary
Victoria News Update
Victoria News Update

UVic students plan rally to demand accountability from university

Students rallying against UVic’s fossil fuel investments and plans to raise international tuition

More people are hauling themselves to Greater Victoria

Victoria ranks second in U-Haul’s migration survey, behind Kingston

Second non-stop flight added between Prince George and Victoria

Starting June 23 flyers will have the choice of flying in the morning or afternoon

VicPD help Esquimalt businesses avoid becoming victims of crime

Townhall meeting teaches businesses about safety and prevention

Food inspectors help keep the Saanich Peninsula safe

Spend some time in the shoes of an environmental health officer

Experience owning three thoroughbred racehorses for $250

Club offers a stake in three thoroughbred racehorses for $250

VicPD takes fraud to the forefront at Esquimalt town hall

Police talk business safety and fraud prevention on March 14 at Esquimalt Recreation Centre

10 new townhouses coming to Esquimalt

Staff have approved the final elements of a project set to start this spring

Saanich volunteers offer free tax prep for older adults

Free tax prep for older adults, people with diverse abilities, newcomers, students who earn less than $35,000

Night time vandals hit Colwood cemetery

Bronze vases, flowers tossed around Hatley Memorial Gardens

Mercedes-Benz test-drives groundbreaking Vancouver Island facility

Pilot run unloads cars in Nanaimo to test Western Canada’s first European vehicle processing centre

Construction begins at former Truth Centre site

The Bellewood Park residential development on Fort Street is now underway

From home brews to owning a brewery: Ile Sauvage specializes in sours

Cicerone teaches beer school events for other ‘beer geeks’

Battered Port Alice pulp mill suddenly lays off remaining workers

All Neucel Specialty Cellulose employees working at the pulp mill were told to go home on Feb. 27.

‘Snow, melt, freeze, snow, melt, freeze’ leaves daffodils unpicked on the Peninsula

As temperatures rise this week Longview Farms hopes to hear from pickers across Greater Victoria

No deal between Walmart and Hillside

Hillside still seeks a tenant for former Sears space

Canadian employment services industry reached $1 billion in revenues

Employment services industry up nearly 12 per cent over 2016