Valuable Art Collection Stolen

Saanich Police are investigating the theft of a large collection of First Nations Art valued at more than $60-thousand dollars. The art was stolen from a residence in Gordon Head on April 2, 2024. The ...
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Man Charged with Multiple Weapon Offenses

On Saturday, April 6, 2024, the Saanich Police, along with the Greater Victoria Emergency Response Team, responded to the 300 blk of Ker Avenue after being notified that a person was being held in a ...
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Man Arrested after Standoff

On April 2nd, at approximately 7:40 pm Saanich Police attended a residence on Gorge Rd. W. for the report of a domestic dispute. Upon arriving officers learned that a male suspected to be involved in ...
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Update | Male Suffering Gunshot Wound

File No. 24-4382 On March 11, 2024, Saanich Police began an investigation after a male attended a local hospital suffering from a gunshot wound. We can now say that the incident leading to his injury ...
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Update Missing Person | Concern for Kielan Hall’s Wellbeing

Kielan Hall remains missing, and Saanich Police are concerned for his health and well-being. His last confirmed sighting was at 6 am on March 14th. He was seen leaving a residence near Cooper Rd. and ...
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Update 2: Saanich Police News Release Trail Closure

Further to our previous release regarding the Investigation on the Galloping Goose: We can now tell you that the Saanich Police Major Crime Unit are investigating the circumstances surrounding a male who presented himself at ...
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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 lək ʷəŋən peoples represented by the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations and the W SÁNEĆ peoples represented by the W JOȽEȽP (Tsartlip), BOḰEĆEN (Pauquachin), SȾÁUTWW (Tsawout), W SIḴEM (Tseycum) and MÁLEXEȽ (Malahat) Nations.

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