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BEEF: A big, red, octagon shaped beef to all the idiots who run the stop sign at Walfred and Happy Valley roads. It doesn't seem to matter who is at the adjacent crosswalk either – kids on bikes, parents pushing strollers – wreckless motorists are still punching it through the stop sign to save three seconds. They should install one-way spikes that retract only upon a vehicle coming to a complete stop. It's only a matter of time before someone gets injured at this intersection. Shame on all those delinquent drivers.
PadMapper says Victoria is now the fifth most expensive market in the country
Barbara Adams has been a champion for arts in the community
Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce helping local business deal with pandemic
Kelly Ellard, who now goes by name of Kerry Marie Sim, given six month extension of day parole
Out-of-town visitor meets up with bear on trails near Hector Road
National champion Olivia Brodie will compete at the 2018 Junior Pan-American Karate Championships
Letter writer Mike Pankhurst (Aug. 8) decries the opportunity of "new voices and special interests" in the legislature (who will) "exercise disproportionate political power" as members of a coalition.
New traffic signals are being installed on the Trans Canada Highway at Carey Road near Uptown.
A cougar was spotted in Cordova Bay Sunday night.
Dance area added for Summer Music at Broadmead running Saturday afternoons throughout August
Many choosing to 'pee in the bush' rather than make the trek to Prospect Lake facility
Hockey for Food returns to Saanich Plaza to raise support for Mustard Seed Food Bank
Saanich Police investigating sexual assault on a 21-year-old woman
Info sessions set for July 25 on update to Saanich DCC bylaw
Pair of fraudulent officers threaten to arrest 90-year-old woman
An online forum is offering Saanich residents a chance to learn more about the candidates in this fall's municipal election while providing feedback on the issues that will likely dominate discussion around the council table.
Extra-time win over Terrace provides squad with first provincial soccer championship since 2008
Work starts Monday on project to upgrade traffic signals, bus shelter at Saanich intersection
Teenage girl approached by man while at Royal Oak bus exchange