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  • DANGEROUS OPERATION OF MOTORCYCLES ON HIGHWAY 17

    At least three motorcycles, excessively speeding and weaving in and out of traffic on Highway 17, prompted over a dozen 9-1-1 lls to police Monday evening. On Monday, June 6 …

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    WALLETS STOLEN DURING DISTRACTION THEFTS

    Two women had their wallets stolen from their vehicles during a “distraction theft” scheme at separate parking lots in Saanich over the past few days. On Saturday, June 4, 2022, …

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    UPDATE: ARTWORK SEIZED FROM LOL ART DEALER

    Hundreds of pieces of art that were seized from a lol art dealer have been successfully returned to their rightful owners. In early April 2022, Saanich Police opened an investigation …

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    RANDOM ASSAULT ON ELDERLY WOMAN

    On May 25 at 6:05 p.m. the Saanich Police were notified of an assault against an elderly woman. The woman was walking along the sidewalk in the 3300-block of Oak …

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    MAN ARRESTED AFTER ASSAULTING STAFF AT A LIQUOR STORE

    A man has been arrested after assaulting two employees at a liquor store in Saanich early this morning. On May 26, 2022, at 9 a.m. officers responded to a ll …

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    DETECTIVES SEEKING WITNESSES AFTER A MAN WAS ASSAULTED WITH A WEAPON EARLY THIS MORNING

    One man remains in hospital with signifint but non-life-threatening injuries after being assaulted with a weapon early this morning. Police were lled to the 4200 block of Santa Anita Avenue …

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    Diversity Statement

    We are committed to celebrating the rich diversity of people in our community. We are guided by the principle that embracing diversity enriches the lives of all people. We all share the responsibility for creating an equitable and inclusive community and for addressing discrimination in all forms.

    Traditional Territory Acknowledgement

    We acknowledge that the District of Saanich lies within the territories of the l?k ????n peoples represented by the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations and the W SáNE? peoples represented by the W JO?E?P (Tsartlip), BO?E?EN (Pauquachin), S?áUTWW (Tsawout), W SI?EM (Tseycum) and MáLEXE? (Malahat) Nations.

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