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Sahtlam Volunteer Firefighters Association has a long history of supporting charities
We don’t harvest a cover crop and instead dig the tops under when they’re immature and soft
Recognizing these changes is the first in a series of steps to mitigate them once the pandemic ends, and before the next: Michael Parent
Privince to provide more than $110,000 for work
What do you suppose would happen if you simply didn’t change your stationery or signage
Audrey George, manager of the Ts’i’ts’uwatul’ Lelum assisted living facility, will be keynote speaker.
She is also not the arbiter of what violence should and should not be condemned.
Lobbying the government for $250,000 worth of road repair/renewal rather than trails would be good.
Data confirms how central the big salmon are to the orca’s diet year-round
Winds up to 70 km/h will ease around midday
Millions of Canadians don’t visit the dentist every year because they can’t afford to.
Ethnic cuisine dining choices spice up the Saanich Peninsula
Funds from Government of Canada Legacy Fund - Building Communities through Arts and Heritage program
protest of ANY kind will only prevail against a democratic government with a moral conscience.
Missing person last seen in Courtenay on Feb. 21
COVID-19 has amplified inequalities faced by women; the recovery can be a step forward
Proof that good things often come in small (and tall) packages
The Society hopes people in all corners of the province will make the most of this opportunity
North Saanich business feeds North America with healthy nutritious fare
Should we condemn the “Slave Rebellions”, the women’s suffragette movement, WWII resistance fighters