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Swell day for a swim, eh mayors? From left, Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps, Saanich Mayor Richard Atwell and Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins go retro with some old-fashioned mustaches to match their swimsuits outside As Voted By Ourvintage Readers Victoria City Hall in promotion of the fourth annual Gorge Swim Fest, set for Sunday Aug. 9 in Bamfield Park and Esquimalt Gorge Park. Don Denton/News staff

Langford mayor blasts Saanich on sewage site rejection Council’s refusal to send Watkiss Way site to CRD committee flies in face of public process: Stew Young Daniel Palmer News staff

Langford’s mayor believes Saanich councillors are shirking public process after they refused to forward a 12-hectare property for consideration to the Capital Regional District’s eastside sewage committee. Saanich council voted 5-4 to block the 12-hectare Watkiss Way

site – across the street from Victoria General Hospital – from further consideration as a sewage treatment site, with the majority arguing sewage facilities shouldn’t be built on agricultural land outside Saanich’s Urban Containment Boundary. The boundary protects rural land from most forms of development and would require a public vote to alter, Coun. Judy Brownoff told councillors on Mon-

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Shopper takes down thief mid-break-in A man returning to his car at Tillcum Centre last Friday found a would-be thief sitting in his passenger seat and held the suspect until police arrived. Around 7:30 p.m. in the upper parking lot, the victim returned to his unlocked vehicle to find a man sitting in the passenger seat and stuffing items into a bag. The quick-acting car owner moved to the passenger side of his vehicle, removed the suspect and told him to sit on the pavement, where the suspect stayed until police arrived. A 29-year-old Victoria man is facing charges of theft under $5,000. Police also discovered other stolen goods when they searched the suspect. Saanich Police, once again, is reminding vehicle owners to lock their doors, “even if they are only going to be parked for short periods of time,” said Sgt. Steve Eassie.

Deliberate fires set on Shelbourne St. Saanich police officers now have a man in custody after two small fires were set around Shelbourne Street and Cedar Hill Cross Road on Sunday. The first fire was started on a picnic table around 9:10 a.m. directly across the street from the A&W Restaurant. Another fire was reported burning on the street, a six-foot strip that appeared to have been started by an

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accelerent, said Sgt. Steve Eassie. “Witnesses were successful in dousing the picnic bench with water to extinguish the blaze prior to the arrival of emergency responders,” Eassie said. Saanich Police have arrested a 38 year old male in connection with a series of small fire related incidents that occurred on Sunday, June 21. Glass pieces were recovered from the centre of the road near the site of the second fire. “It was believed that an accelerant would have been contained within the bottle prior to these incidents,” Eassie said. A 38-year-old man was arrested later that day in possession of a partially burned Bible and police are recommending arson charges.

Rick Firestone holds a five-pound rock he found on the floor inside the Saanich Fusion clubhouse on Tuesday morning. The garden rock was launched through the window into the clubhouse hall, spraying shards of glass. The incident is only the latest in a string of vandalism at Tyndall Park. Travis Paterson/News staff

Man in stolen car caught while sleeping A man found sleeping in a stolen car with a stolen licence plate is facing charges after Saanich police nabbed him in the early hours on Tuesday. Police received a call about a suspicious male in the 3900-block of Interurban Rd., near Grange Road. Just after 1 a.m., police discovered the car had been reported stolen from the West Shore June 20. The rear license plate of the vehicle was also stolen. A 24-year-old man was taken into custody without incident in possession of a knife and bear spray. He faces charges of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, possession of break-in instruments, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, and failure to comply with a probation order. editor@saanichnews.com

Vandals return to soccer clubhouse Travis Paterson News staff

The ongoing plague of petty vandalism at Saanich Fusion FC clubhouse has now reached 18 months and counting. On Tuesday morning, longtime Fusion volunteer Rick Firestone was walking his dog past the clubhouse when he discovered two windows had been heavily damaged. “I saw this (large) stone sitting (at the base) of this door and noticed the window (smashed up),” Firestone said. “It’s ridiculous, when is this going to stop? If it’s youth, then I’m just wondering when are they going to grow up (and stop doing this)?” It was clear the window of the door had been repeatedly bashed by the stone, as many as eight times by Firestone’s estimate. The stone, which was removed by Saa-

nich municipal staff, weighed somewhere between 30 and 40 pounds and had blue ingrained on it from the door’s paint. Because it was safety glass it did not buckle or allow entry. The second window, along the wall of the clubhouse, however, bore a hole about 35 centimetres in diameter where a rock had been launched through it. Firestone found the rock about 4.5 metres inside the clubhouse. Shards of glass were strewn in every direction. “It’s frustrating that this is still ongoing,” said Fusion president Barrie Keefe, who’s been responding to vandalism at the clubhouse since Christmas of 2013. On Monday night at about 11 p.m., six Saanich Police officers swarmed a nearby residence on San Juan Avenue in response to a live break and enter call that turned out to be a

false alarm. Sgt. Steve Eassie said police located a person who was not suspicious. However, the club is asking neighbours to keep their eyes and ears open to anything abnormal around the clubhouse. Earlier this year, in March, a reward of $1,000 was posted by Sidney-based Scoremaster Goals to anyone who can offer information that leads to an arrest regarding Tyndall Park vandalism. Since December of 2013, the artificial turf has been sliced, goal nets have been slashed, park signs have been defaced with foul language, garbage has been strewn around and, on one account, a clubhouse equipment room was entered and about 50 soccer balls were found spread across the grounds. “We’re just hoping neighbours can be vigilant and report anything suspicious they see,” Keefe said. reporter@saanichnews.com

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Police watchdog closes file on Atwell’s complaints Daniel Palmer News staff

B.C.’s Police Complaint Commissioner is closing the books on Saanich Mayor Richard Atwell’s complaints about a spyware investigation and allegations of his own municipality’s police department leaked information about a 911 call. Commissioner Stan Lowe issued a statement Tuesday that revealed former B.C. Attorney General Wally Oppal had been brought in to oversee a dispute resolution process between Atwell and Saanich PD that lasted four months. Talks ultimately broke down on May 15. Atwell’s complaints related to Saanich PD Chief Bob Downie’s conclusions in December there had been no criminal wrongdoing with the installation and use of Spector 360, an employee monitoring software tool installed on Atwell’s computer when he assumed office. Atwell asked the OPCC to investigate whether a conflict of interest existed in that investigation, as Downie’s wife and Atwell’s executive assistant, Jennifer Downie, used a computer targeted by the spyware. Atwell had also filed a complaint through his lawyer after media reports emerged from a Dec. 11 incident in which Atwell called 911 and Saanich Police responded. Atwell had hoped the OPCC would recommend an outside police force review the incidents. “In arriving at our determination, it is important that the public understand that the complaint made by Mayor Atwell was treated no differently than any other complaint received from a member

of the public,” Lowe said in a statement. “The Commissioner regrets the lengthy delay in arriving at our admissibility determination in this case as the complaint by Mayor Atwell was made on January 12, 2015, through his legal counsel. It is important that the public is made aware that a substantial portion of this delay can be accounted for by a prolonged attempt to resolve this matter between the parties through voluntary Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).” Lowe reveals that Oppal oversaw a dispute resolution process over a four-month period, and that the process came to “an unsuccessful end” on May 15. On May 19, the OPCC continued with its admissibility assessment, “in which we sought further information from Mayor Atwell, and examined materials received from a number of sources, including the investigative findings of the Information and Privacy Commissioner on a related matter,” Lowe continued. “Based on the information we have received to date, we have determined Mayor Atwell’s complaints against members of the Saanich Police Department are inadmissible as they do not constitute misconduct as defined pursuant to the Police Act of British Columbia. Mayor Atwell has been provided a more detailed written explanation of our decision.”

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“HERITAGE DESIGNATION BYLAW, 2015, NO.9340 PROPOSED DESIGNATION OF A HERITAGE DWELLING ON CAREY ROAD The intent of this proposed bylaw is to designate the exterior of the dwelling on Strata Lot 45, Section 50, Victoria District, Plan EPS2046 (3918A CAREY ROAD) and on Strata Lot 46, Section 50, Victoria District, Plan EPS2046 (3918B CAREY ROAD) as a municipal heritage site.

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Groupthink absolves all What a stellar week in politics for the District of Saanich. But where to begin with all the intrigue and excitement? Monday: We’re off with a bang as a one-vote majority on council snuffs out the possibility of letting its regional partners take even a momentary peek at what many considered a viable sewage treatment site. It was Watkiss NO Way for several politicians who had sat on the zombie-like CRD committee that helped flush $60 million down the sewage pipes of a failed plan at McLoughlin Point. Tuesday: the Office of the B.C. Police Complaint Commissioner reveals that even mediation rockstar Wally Oppal can’t get Mayor Richard Atwell and Police Chief Bob Downie singing kumbaya over a burning stack of failed complaints. A review? No one needs a detailed review. Wally Oppal’s got this ... or uh ... never mind. Case closed! Meanwhile, Atwell and the other bigwigs get gussied up for a summertime dip down at the ol’ swimming hole. Wednesday: Now we’re into the stuff of legend. Saanich’s interim CAO Andy Laidlaw finally releases his in-house report on the spyware scandal, providing an incredible twist for employees who find themselves in a sticky situation. Laidlaw’s consultant, Brian Simmons, re-introduces the term “corporate decision” into the lexicon of local government. This bold new decision-making approach goes something like this: If everyone thinks and acts equally incompetently, then no one’s to blame! It’s too simplistic to point fingers. I mean, chain of command is so passé. Did you know Saanich has more than 170 parks? Now that’s newsworthy. What dramatic revelations will Saanich readers discover next week? Tune in to find out!

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Sewage site rejection ‘paternalistic’ Re: Saanich council rejects Watkiss Way sewage site in tight vote, saanichnews.com (June 23) Monday night’s Saanich council meeting displayed, yet again, how long term, entrenched councillors, are not interested in public participation in important decisions because they think they know best. A proposal to add a possible sewage treatment site for consideration by the core group was voted down. Councillors expounded at length on matters for which they had no expertise. They insisted they did know better than an engineer who was present. One councillor even stated that “the pipes would be so big you could drive a Smartcar through them. Absolute nonsense. All that was asked was for the site to be put to the engineering tests that other proposed sites will be put to. But they denied that possibility because of their paternalistic ideas that “We know best”. Any possibility of public input, discussion, or comment was shut down by this decision. So much

for openness, accountability and transparency. Bill Williamson Saanich

Saanich failed region on open dialogue promise

A month ago some concerned residents questioned the objectivity of information presented in the Eastside Technically Feasible Site Profiles released for discussion at roundtable meetings. Officials reassured us “that interrogating this information in a public setting, is the best thing that can happen. ... it happens at the table, in real time, in front of the public.” We were encouraged by this bold response, participated in the discussions along with many others and provided our feedback – believing once again in the integrity of the process. Now a majority of Saanich council has voted against a motion to consider a potential site on Watkiss Way put forward by its owner. This rejection is unfathomable! The reasons for denying the public its say flying

in the face of the arguments made earlier for open and honest dialogue. While I am opposed to a large single regional treatment plant, I believe this site should have been considered for the multitude of other opportunities it offered. This did not have to be a centralized facility with large pipes coming from downtown Victoria – it could have been a smaller distributed facility receiving sewage just from the Craigflower and Marigold pump stations; it could have been the site for a gasification and energy conversion site receiving residual solids from other treatment plants as well as organics; it could have been a demonstration site for the reuse of reclaimed resources from tertiary treatment facilities and a profitable vegetable operation. Unfortunately this ill-considered decision by a few Saanich councilors has again denied the residents of this region the opportunity to consider innovative, forward-looking, broadscope, outside-the-box solutions to our sewage problems. Oscar Regier Victoria

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Spyware was ‘corporate decision,’ says report News staff

An in-house report released Wednesday into the use of spyware at the District of Saanich admits senior staff failed to consider privacy concerns, but stops short of blaming any individual staff members for its improper use. The report, completed by interim CAO Andy Laidlaw, used findings from Brian Simmons, a contracted labour relations consultant, to answer questions put forward by Saanich council about the use of Spector 360, an employee monitoring tool. The software was covertly installed on the computer of Mayor Richard Atwell and on 12 other workstations at the District on Dec. 2, 2014 and was disabled on Jan. 21 after B.C.’s privacy commissioner launched an investigation into its use. Simmons concluded that there was no evidence to “support a claim that Atwell’s computer was targeted” by the employee monitoring software, and said he found “no evidence that would single out any particular individual in this matter,

rather it was a corporate decision. “Finding no evidence of malfeasance, I find no cause to terminate or discipline any employee,” Simmons wrote in his June 20 report. Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham released a scathing report into the District’s improper use of Spector 360 on March 30, in which she said senior staff failed to consider privacy standards before approving its use. Denham also found senior staff failed to notify Atwell about the software’s installation on his computer, and noted “the District’s submissions to my office demonstrate a deep lack of understanding about the most basic tenets of the (Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy) Act, such as what constitutes the collection of personal information.” Denham also concluded that Director of Corporate Services, Laura Ciarniello, gave the express approval to install the spyware. In a statement, Laidlaw said his report is intended to bring closure to the spyware scandal for both council and staff. “Decisions were made by the

senior management in the best interests of protecting Saanich’s information and technology system,” Laidlaw said. “The implementation lacked a review through the lens of (the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act) because the software was being viewed purely as an additional security installation.” Laidlaw agreed that Denham was right when she called out the municipality for failing to complete a “privacy impact assessment,” which should have led senior staff to reconsider Spector 360’s invasive functions like keystroke logging and screenshot recordings. “In my opinion, there was a systemic disconnect within the organization on the issue of personal privacy,” Laidlaw said. “I recognize that Council has a need for accountability, however, it would be simplistic and inaccurate to point to some decision or event.” The internal report also reveals five IT staff resigned and one retired between December 2014 and May 2015. Read the full story online at saanichnews.com.

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“Judy Brownoff seems to be a big advocate of not doing anything in Saanich, but she was all in favour of cramming McLoughlin down the Esquimalt mayor’s throat. Now, she can’t even put up her site in a public process. That, to me, is not what you’re elected for.” The CRD’s $788-million Seaterra program came to a halt in April 2014 after Esquimalt council rejected rezoning for a wastewater treatment facility at McLoughlin Point along the Inner Harbour entrance. After last November’s municipal elections, the CRD established the Eastside Select Committee, a regional group comprised of regional CRD directors and staff from Victoria, Oak Bay and Saanich who are responsible for evaluating the most publicly acceptable and technically feasible sites for sewage treatment. A similar Westside Committee is comprised of officials from Esquimalt, Langford, Colwood, View Royal and the Songhees Nation. The committees have already shortlisted sites across the CRD, but had asked private land owners to submit property for evaluation before June 24. The Eastside group required private landowners to get approval from their local council before forwarding land for consideration; no such submission restriction existed at the Westside Committee. Responding to some of Young’s criticism, Brownoff said it was “unfortunate” Langford’s mayor had spoken out on the matter. She said the Watkiss Way site had already been rejected by the CRD board prior to last November’s election after a “high-level analysis” was done. (Saanich News could not immediately confirm when this CRD decision was made.) “Some of the challenges around this site is you have to collect all the raw sewage from the harbour area where we collect it and pipe and pump it up to this site,” Brownoff said. Brownoff added the Watkiss Way site also

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Friday, June 26, 2015 - SAANICH

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Great Teachers honoured Three local teachers are getting an ‘A’ for their unique teaching styles and dedication to education. Karen Oraas from Doncaster Elementary, Caroline Shuh from Bayside Middle School and Parker Jolliffe from Esquimalt High School were the recipients of this year’s Black Press/Staples Great Teachers program recognizing outstanding teachers in the community. Colleagues, friends and families of the recipients plus representatives from Black Press and major sponsors Staples, Thrifty Foods and Drivewise celebrated the three teachers and their accomplishments at the Staples store on Tolmie Avenue Tuesday night. “It was inspirational to meet with our honourees face to face and hear about all the wonderful things they’re doing to give back to the kids in our communities,” said Oliver Sommer Associate Group Publisher, Black Press. Each honouree received a plaque and an iPad courtesy of Staples. The teachers were nominated by the public during a spring voting period. Great Teachers is an annual program originated by Black Press.

P H O T O F E AT U R E Photos by Don Denton

From left, Oliver Sommer, Black Press; Jennifer Langley, DriveWiseBC; Caroline Shuh, middle school teacher, Alyece Jolliffe for husband Parker Jolliffe, high school teacher, Karen Oraas, elementary school recipient, Don Routliffe and sponsors Gerry Denis, Staples and Christian Arbez, Thrifty Foods.

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Elementary school teacher Karen Oraas shows off her award with her students, from left, Finn Lynch, Aisha Fleming, Lily Bull, Ashton Fleming and Justin Hawthorne.

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Presenting the award for elementary school teacher is Gerry Denis, Staples presenting to Karen Oraas, elementary school teacher.

From left, friends Holly Percy and Wendy MacDonald pose with Caroline Shuh, middle school recipient and Don Routliffe, Staples.

Presenting the award for middle school teacher is Don Routliffe, Staples presenting to Caroline Shuh, middle school teacher.

Karen Oraas reads the Victoria News Great Teachers special section with her father Sherman Oraas.

Presenting the award for high school teacher are Gerry Denis, Staples, Alyece Jolliffe for husband Parker Jolliffe, high school teacher recipient and Don Routliffe, Staples.

From left, Adele Shuh and Bruce Shuh join daughter Caroline Shuh, middle school teacher and her husband Aaron Mueller.


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Murano crossover offers more for your money Nissan led the crossover $30,000, which includes charge with the introducBluetooth with streamtion of the Murano almost ing audio, keyless entry, 12 years ago but its imitadual-zone climate control tors soon roared past it on and 18-inch wheels. the sales battleground. That’s a lot of extras for First drives of each of this what passes as standard third-generation’s trims fare in the in the Murano. clearly indicate that this The top-of-the-line AWD Simply put, this 2015 version is designed to Platinum version adds rectify that state of affairs, car-based crossover another 15 grand and even though this segment vehicle scores on includes a fabulous overis far more competitive sized sunroof, adaptive looks, performance, than it was a decade or cruise control and a fuel economy and so ago. Simply put, this predictive forward-collicar-based crossover vehicle value for money. sion warning and braking scores on looks, perforsystem. Keith Morgan mance, fuel economy and There are less pricey value for money. options between the The bulbous-rear of the first iteration base and top models. For instance, The of the Murano is long gone. The new $40,848 Murano SL AWD offers navivehicle is sleek with a low and sloping gation, a Bose audio system, moonroof, roofline. A huge V-shaped grille defines 360-degree parking camera, heated the front. Dare we say, sporty? steering wheel, heated leather front Inside, five passengers will find comfort seats plus blind spot detection and rear and room aplenty for human and inanicross traffic alert safety systems. mate cargo. Fold flat seats make add to While the likes of its key rivals, the Ford its versatility. Edge and Toyota Venza, offer a choice of The external good looks are matched infour and six-cylinder engines, Nissan is side but it’s the usability of the controls sticking with its trusty 3.5-litre, 260hp, that make it a real beauty. The touch V6 coupled with a continuously variable screen is almost as intuitive as your transmission with a manual shift option. smart phone of choice. It’s hard to fault the dogged determinaThe Murano S starts at just short of tion to stick with the V6 because it per-

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forms well and the continuous tweaking has resulted in improved fuel economy. If you were to attend any of the major manufacturer media launches, you would hear journo after journo complain about the audacity of carmakers who use CVT. In the old days, CVT deserved its poor reputation with power lags, high revving, uneven gearing and unedifying and unexpected lurches forward! The technology has evolved. And, the fact is the average consumer has no problem with it, liking the smoother transitions. My first test route was in the Whistler area and showed off its hill climbing skills and the smoothness of the ‘dreaded’ CVT. It’s no gazelle but it is sure-footed and the CVT did not fail even when the driver behaved like a lead foot! I found the ride to be smooth and highway passing no challenge. Cornering at sensible speeds keeps the vehicle firmly planted. It’s darn quiet too. Then I spent a week tooling around

the city putting it through its shopping paces. Parking on the street was a little challenging but I’ll put that down to impatient drivers behind, not prepared for the Murano’s wide swing needed to get into that tricky spot. On the supermarket lot, it glided into spaces forwards or backwards with ease. It’s a fine long-distance vehicle but would serve well as a commuter where longer distances are the norm. I can see it being used in the suburbs but it’s a bit large for the centre of the city. The Murano is not too thirsty for its size – 11.2/8.3 L/100 kms. That’s about two litres per 100 klicks better than its main rivals. Prices: Murano S FWD, $29,998; Murano SV FWD, $33,698; Murano SV AWD,$35,698; Murano SL AWD, $39,098; Murano Platinum AWD, $43,498. keith.morgan@drivewaybc.ca

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$

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Super Saturday at Uptown centre The Superheroes of Victoria children’s charity is hosting its fifth annual Superhero Kids’ Day tomorrow (June 27) at Uptown Shopping Centre from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Superhero-themed children's carnival is geared towards teaching kids about true local heroes such as police, fire fighters, ambulance, search and rescue, healthcare professionals and many more. The Superheroes will be joined by a list of special guests from various charity groups, emergency services and mayors for the opening ceremony. “We have superhero-themed games and activities, a cape and mask making station, face painting, relay races, a bouncy castle and special prizes for sharing a story about your favorite local hero,” said spokesperson Elizabeth Hall. New this year is an Uptown Funk sing and dancealong with the Arthur Murray Dance Academy, an arts and crafts station courtesy of Michael’s, and a dunk tank featuring Victoria HarbourCats players. A ballot will be drawn to win a Taylor Swift Package including hotel for two, meals, and two tickets to see Taylor Swift live at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver on Aug. 1. “Most importantly we will have guest speakers throughout the day telling kids all about what they do that makes them real-life heroes. Not all heroes wear capes. Come join the fun and help us support this city's real heroes,” Hall said. Guest Speakers and Activities timeline 11 a.m. Opening ceremony. 11:15 a.m. VicPD Const. Eric LeQuesne and K9 Diesel. 11:45 a.m. BC Corrections. Noon: Taylor Swift package give-away. 12:30 p.m. VGH Pediatric Unit (Diane Edwards & Jessica Fewer). 1:15 p.m. Pass the kryptonite game. 1:30 p.m. Saanich Police Bike Squad, Sgt. Alan Gurzinski. 2 p.m. Uptown Funk sing and dance-along. 2:15 p.m. CoolAid Society’s Christopher Geater. 2:45 p.m. Tie up the villain game. 3 p.m. Saanich Fire Department speake, and truck.

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VOLUNTEERS CANADIAN RED Cross Victoria is looking for a client services volunteer for the Health Equipment Loan Program. The volunteer would act as the contact for in-person and telephone enquiries from the public, dispensing and receiving equipment that is being loaned or returned, and completing the necessary documentation. Call Volunteer Victoria at 250386-2269.

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dominiums will consider switching too. “There are dozens of similar buildings all over Vancouver Island and the (Lower Mainland) too, which could do just the same thing,” Mackenzie said. The residents expect panels will generate about 16,000 kilowatt hours per year and save them $2,100 off the strata’s $6,000 electrical bill every year as well. editor@saanichnews.com

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In local lacrosse action, the Saanich Tigers midget A lacrosse team hosts Campbell River this Saturday, June 27 starting at noon at Pearkes Recreation Centre. On Sunday, the Tigers’ midget B boys play host to Juan de Fuca starting at 12 p.m., also at Pearkes. The Sailors Field Hockey Club is also hosting drop-in sessions all summer long at the University of Victoria turf field. Anyone 14 years of age or older is welcome to come tryout field hockey with some of Victoria’s best coaches and players. Dropins cost $5 per session for 90 minutes of skills and drills. The sessions will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more

information, email leeronnie19@gmail.com. The Victoria Horseshoe Club is hosting an open house today (June 26) from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., a chance for players to come see what the sport is all about and try out horseshoes, with games for many different age groups. In swimming action, Saanich Commonwealth Place hosts the 2015 SwimBC AAA LC Championships Thursday, July 2 through Sunday, July 5. Local baseball action heats up with Saanich’s Victoria Eagles junior premier squad taking on cross-town rivals the Mariners, Tuesday, June 30 at Henderson Park. First pitch is 6 p.m. The midget AAA Eagles are also in action this week, hosting Cowichan Valley at Lambrick Park for a doubleheader. The games will start at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. At the Premier Baseball League level, the Mariners

lace up their cleats against the White Rock Tritons on Saturday, July 4. The games will start at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. at Henderson ball park. White Rock will head to Lambrick Park Sunday for a match-up with the Eagles on Sunday, July 5. In college-age baseball, the Victoria HarbourCats will be hosting the Wenatchee Apple Sox this coming weekend at Royal Athletic Park. The ‘Cats start at 6:35 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 1:05 p.m. on Sunday. Coming up, the HarbourCats will also play host to the Langley Blaze premier boys in exhibition play June 30. First pitch will be 6:35 p.m. One local cricket game on the calendar for the Victoria and District Cricket League this week, when United will host Metchosin for a 12:30 p.m. start at Beacon Hill Park.

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