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Brush fire thwarted, home destroyed in North Saanich house fire

Brush fire thwarted, home destroyed in North Saanich house fire

No injuries reported in massive house fire early Sunday morning
Sidney wins 2nd consecutive Greater Victoria winter bloom battle

Sidney wins 2nd consecutive Greater Victoria winter bloom battle

Margaret Jenkins class counts most flowers, earns trip to Butchart Gardens
Several Brentwood - Mill Bay morning ferries cancelled due to crew shortage

Several Brentwood - Mill Bay morning ferries cancelled due to crew shortage

Staffing sorted in time for an 11 a.m. sailing
Fake nurse facing charges after applying for Vancouver Island health job

Fake nurse facing charges after applying for Vancouver Island health job

Charrybelle Talaue has never been a registered nurse in B.C.
Ferry pulled from Nanaimo route now off the roster until spring

Ferry pulled from Nanaimo route now off the roster until spring

Coastal Renaissance expected to return to service in early March 2024
‘Awe-inspiring’: Central Saanich’s Butchart Gardens brightens up for Christmas

‘Awe-inspiring’: Central Saanich’s Butchart Gardens brightens up for Christmas

The annual holiday celebration runs until Jan. 6
Butchart Gardens set to light up for the magic of the Christmas season

Butchart Gardens set to light up for the magic of the Christmas season

Official light up event for Vancouver Island favourite is on Dec. 1
UPDATE: BC Ferries fixes the problem, reinstates 4 sailings

UPDATE: BC Ferries fixes the problem, reinstates 4 sailings

Coastal Celebration sailings were cancelled early Friday morning
COVID-19 outbreak declared at Saanich Peninsula Hospital

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Saanich Peninsula Hospital

Island Health says 15 patients tested positive, people should not avoid seeking treatment there
6,000 on Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands lose power during Tuesday storm

6,000 on Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands lose power during Tuesday storm

Storm that dropped snow on the Malahat is expected to abate Wednesday morning
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