National Aboriginal Day – June 21st (Road Closures)

June 21, 2017 is National Aboriginal Day.  As part of the local celebrations, West Saanich Rd through the Tseycum First Nations Reserve will be closed to traffic between the hours of 9:00AM and 5:00PM on June 21st. Please use use alternate routes. West Saanich Rd Closure

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Stelly’s School Break-in – Information sought

Sometime in the early morning hours of Thursday June 15, 2017, unknown culprit(s) broke a glass door on the south west side of Stelly’s Secondary School. They gained entry to the school but fled when they set off the alarm system. If you have any information about this break-in, please call the Central Saanich Police […]

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Brentwood Festival & Parade – Another success!

  The Brentwood Bay festival and Parade that took place on Saturday was another huge success! We at CSPS were proud to participate again this year. A big thank-you to our volunteers Farid, Brock and Sean for working our booth during the festivities. We now have a fresh look with the acquisition of a new tent and […]

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Brentwood Bay Festival – Saturday June 3rd

Come and join the Festival this Saturday in the Brentwood Bay Village. The Parade starts at 10:00, leaving from the Bayside Middle School and going up to the round-a-bout at West Saanich Rd and Verdier Ave. Our own Car 54 will be participating again this year! Come and join the festivities after in the park […]

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Subaru Ironman 2017 – Traffic Advisory

The Subaru Ironman 70.3 Victoria will be held at Hamsterly Beach on Sunday June 4, 2017. This event consists of a 1.9km swim in Elk Lake, 90km of cycling throughout the Saanich Peninsula followed by a 21.1km run around Elk and Beaver Lakes. All roads will remain open during the bike portion of the event. […]

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“Don’t get Sextorted”

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) has seen an 89% increase over the past two years* in online sextortion cases among teenage boys, prompting them to develop Canada’s first awareness and prevention campaign for boys. The new campaign uses humour to connect with boys and deliver the serious message of “don’t get sextorted.” The […]

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Missing Children’s Day – May 25th

May 25 is International Missing Children’s Day. Learn more about protecting your children, what to do if a child or young adult is missing and efforts to reunite missing children with their families. www.missingkids.ca operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection.

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Chief makes a Splash at Special Olympic Fundraiser

Central Saanich Police Chief Les Sylven got down and wet on the weekend to help raise money for Special Olympics BC. This was a weekend long “Free the Fuzz” Law Enforcement Torch Run fundraiser at Uptown Mall. Special Olympics BC provides opportunities for athletes of all ages and levels to improve their health and well-being, […]

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