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We stayed quiet, we kept doing what we were doing, we stood and [he] just yelled at us for a bit longer, and then put his mask on and eventually just ran away,” he recalls in a video posted to social media. The candidates for Victoria’s byelection are in. “It’s easy for me to come out and say this, and people might think that I’m lying. A sad day in #SaanichSouth. In order to run for council, candidates needed 25 people to sign their nomination forms. Your existing password has not been changed. By checking this box, I agree to the terms of service and privacy policy of Rogers Media. {* legalAcceptanceAcceptButton *}, {* backButton *} victim of racist and sexist remarks after someone defaced one of her election signs. Please confirm the information below before signing up. 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A byelection was planned for earlier this year to replace Laurel Collins who stepped down from council after being elected a Member of Parliament in October 2019, but had to be postponed due to the pandemic. Be the first to know! Residents on Ardmore Drive were shocked to find a … thought a new barn was out of reach until Pamela Anderson arrived, Oak Bay Police Department briefs Nov. 2 to 8. Henry Carruthers is buried in the Belgrade War Cemetery in Serbia. All rights reserved. Eleven candidates are in the running to fill one council position. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. I ignored at first but forget that. A rash of overnight vehicle break-ins near Claremont Avenue on Oct. 29 have prompted police to issue a reminder to lock up and take precautions to discourage thieves. There will be eight advanced voting opportunities held at Crystal Garden on Dec. 1, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Dec. 2 and 7 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. City council has authorized a ministerial order from the provincial government that enables anyone to apply to vote by mail. A byelection was planned for earlier this year to replace Laurel Collins who stepped down from council after being elected a Member of Parliament in October 2019, but had to be postponed due to the pandemic. 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Henry Carruthers is buried in the Belgrade War Cemetery in Serbia. An error has occurred while trying to update your details. The rash of vehicle break-ins is “a great reminder to everyone to practice the 9 p.m. routine,” Anastasiades said. The application process to vote by mail will open on Nov. 9. Saanich Police Service Dog Grimm and his handler successfully located and arrested two male suspects after a robbery at a Burnside Road West convenience store. “We had at least seven vehicles that we know of entered overnight,” said Const. {* createAccountButton *}, You may have created a profile with another. On Tuesday morning, Const. {* forgotPassword_sendButton *}, {* backButton *} News One person is in police custody following an evening break and enter on Braefoot Road in Saanich on Nov. 2. (Devon Bidal/News Staff), At least seven vehicles broken into overnight on Oct. 29. business, Horgan says, Pamela Anderson pledges to help build barn for Vancouver Island farm animal rescue, Oak Bay police ticket four drivers in 45 minutes for not stopping at stop sign. Enter your email address to get a new one. Sorry we could not verify that email address. kendra.crighton@blackpress.ca. “We had at least seven vehicles that we know of entered overnight,” said Const. Happy to be supported by a strong diverse team. Markus Anastasiades, public information officer for the Saanich Police Department, told Black Press Media the incident is under investigation so the department will not be releasing details at this time. He noted that many items were reported stolen from the vehicles – all of which appeared to be unlocked as there was no damage to the exteriors. Follow us on Instagram. The RCMP is investigating both incidents. @devonscarlettLike us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. FILE - BC Liberal candidate Rishi Sharma is running in the Saanich-South riding. A new date of … Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox. Find Devon Bidal of Saanich News's articles, email address, contact information, Twitter and more SAANICH (NEWS 1130) – There’s been more evidence of racism on the B.C. “Saanich will look into it in more detail as the process move forward.” Saanich staff say the future developer must meet specific conditions as the project moves forward, such as natural area protection. More to come... #yyjtraffic” Victoria byelection will take place in December, Victoria by-election postponed due to COVID-19 precautions, Langford woman writes poem for veteran husband who served over 25 years in the army, Canadian Forces offer Greater Victoria a sail past to mark Remembrance Day, Remembering the Forgotten War in Coal Harbour, War stories keep memory of grandfather alive for Saanich man, Bald eagle’s life on the fence after fighting another eagle in Greater Victoria, Remembering a young man from Trail who went to war and never came home, ‘My jaw broke in two places:’ Veteran recalls highs and lows in west Germany during Cold War. The Saanich-South candidate took to Twitter to share his experience to 'highlight the fact that it (racism) is real' SAANICH (NEWS 1130) – There’s been more evidence of racism on the B.C. Cat owners in a North Saanich, B.C., neighbourhood were disturbed recently to find a warning note about their pets posted on their mailbox. However, residents say they’re still concerned about how much of the largely untouched property will be protected once development begins. It’s not,” Sharma explains in the video. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff). NDP leader John Horgan was asked about these two incidents on Monday, saying he’s “as appalled as the vast majority of British Columbians,” adding there’s no place for hate or racism in B.C. Around the same time, a Saanich police officer attended the Royal Oak Liquor Plus in the 4400-block of West Saanich Road and discovered a break-and-enter had occurred overnight. A byelection candidate profile guide will be released of the City of Victoria’s website on Nov. 17. Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes. The 9 p.m. routine helps to create a habit of securing vehicles and taking precautions at the same time every night to deter thieves. Email: 2440 Ash St. Vancouver, BC V5Z 4J6 © 1996-2020 Rogers Media. “I was horrified to learn that here in my own community in the South Island that there were racist slurs being thrown at a Liberal candidate,” Horgan said of the incident involving Sharma. Earlier this month, NDP candidate for North Okanagan-Shuswap Harwinder Sandhu was the victim of racist and sexist remarks after someone defaced one of her election signs. The candidates for Victoria’s upcoming byelection have been finalized. READ ALSO: Victoria byelection will take place in December. Content warning: The following video contains language some viewers may find offensive. A great yesterday day ruined by 1 uninformed & racist individual. On Dec. 12 eligible voters can vote at any of the following locations: James Bay Community School, Oaklands Elementary School, Sir James Douglas Elementary School, Da Vinci Centre, Crystal Garden or at Victoria High School. We didn't recognize that password reset code. “Ongoing police situation at the Saanich Plaza behind Tim Hortons. We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password. “We just said, ‘Thank you, we appreciate your comments and your thoughts,’ and I think that’s what calmed him down, because we’ve been through this many times before.”, Good morning #SaanichSouth! Stephen Andrew, Rob Duncan, Riga Godron, Stefanie Hardman, Bill Heflin, Jason Heit, Sean Leitenberg, Hailey McLeod, Keith Rosenberg, Alexander Schmid and Roshan Vickery will be competing for the role. {* traditionalSignIn_signInButton *}, {* backButton *} What would Greater Victoria look like with only 100 people? Here it is! Send me alerts, event notifications and special deals or information from our carefully screened partners that may be of interest to me. WATCH: Police warn car break-ins are on the rise in Greater Victoria, UPDATE: Man who hit UVic student promises victim’s family he will never drive under influence again. READ ALSO: Victoria by-election postponed due to COVID-19 precautions. Send me promotions, surveys and info from NEWS 1130 and other Rogers brands. Daily updates for Weather, Traffic, News, and Entertainment. Several vehicles were reportedly broken into near Claremont Avenue sometime between Oct. 29 and 30 and Saanich police are reminding residents to take precautions to protect their vehicles. “It’s embarrassing that we have to talk about this stuff right now. A BC Liberal candidate in Saanich is speaking out after he says a group hurled racial insults at him on Saturday, Rishi Sharma was putting up election signs when he says three people pulled up in a vehicle and began insulting him, The Saanich-South candidate took to Twitter to share his experience to 'highlight the fact that it (racism) is real'. News Several vehicles were reportedly broken into near Claremont Avenue sometime between Oct. 29 and 30 and Saanich police are reminding residents to take precautions to protect their vehicles. Subscribe to the News RSS Feed Cyber Security Awareness Month is over but the lessons live on November 5, 2020 Read More Saanich’s Engineering department … The candidate for Saanich-South took to Twitter shortly after the car drove away to share what had happened. Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox. Please contact us. campaign trail, this time in Saanich where a candidate was targeted Saturday night. Do you have something to add to this story, or something else we should report on? BC Liberal candidate Rishi Sharma was putting up election signs when a car is said to have driven up with three Caucasian people inside. campaign trail, this time in Saanich where a candidate was targeted Saturday night. 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