Sayward

(Village of Sayward)

‘The council needs to work together as adults’: Sayward’s mayor-elect

The new mayor-elect also said that projects that were put on hold will addressed soon

 

(Village of Sayward)

Sayward elects new mayor and two council members

New mayor-elect Mark Baker and council members will be sworn in on Dec. 1.

 

Robert Johnston-Harper (extreme left) with his siblings. The 13-year-old will get a prosthetic eye after a recent injury led to the removal of his eye. His grandmother Laura Johnston has set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for her “miracle” grandchild who has been fighting medical conditions since birth. (Submitted photo)

A Vancouver Island grandmother is raising funds for grandson’s prosthetic eye

An injury led to the removal of 13-year-old Robert Johnston-Harper’s left eye

 

This is the highest resolution photo of Jennifer Renaas available at this time. She was last seen at the Sayward Co-Op gas station and police are looking for information on her whereabouts. Photo submitted

Missing woman found in Sayward

RCMP thank public for help in finding woman

This is the highest resolution photo of Jennifer Renaas available at this time. She was last seen at the Sayward Co-Op gas station and police are looking for information on her whereabouts. Photo submitted
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Sayward all candidates meeting cancelled ahead of Nov.21 byelection

Four out of five candidates declined to attend, citing vulnerability to COVID-19

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The Sayward fire department posted a picture of the clubhouse on the golf course in Sayward that caught fire and burned down during the early hours of Monday morning. (Sayward Volunteer Fire Department/Facebook)

An accidental fire burns down building on Sayward’s golf course

The fire broke out during the early hours of Monday morning said the RCMP

The Sayward fire department posted a picture of the clubhouse on the golf course in Sayward that caught fire and burned down during the early hours of Monday morning. (Sayward Volunteer Fire Department/Facebook)
In a statement, BC RCMP’s media relations officer Cpl.Chris Manseau said that even an amount as small as grain of sand could be fatal. (File photo)
In a statement, BC RCMP’s media relations officer Cpl.Chris Manseau said that even an amount as small as grain of sand could be fatal. (File photo)
As part of NSG, the Vancouver Foundation recently awarded a grant to an Abbotsford resident to organize a socially distanced driveway dinner party for neighbours to get to know each other. Grant applications for such projects can be made with the Campbell River Community Foundation before Oct.26, by residents of Sayward, Quadra and Campbell River. (Neighbourhood Small Grant photo)

Campbell River Community Foundation announces its first Neighbourhood Small Grants program

Grants up to $500 available for projects that comply with physical distancing guidelines from Campbell River, Sayward, Quadra among others

As part of NSG, the Vancouver Foundation recently awarded a grant to an Abbotsford resident to organize a socially distanced driveway dinner party for neighbours to get to know each other. Grant applications for such projects can be made with the Campbell River Community Foundation before Oct.26, by residents of Sayward, Quadra and Campbell River. (Neighbourhood Small Grant photo)
Village of Sayward

Mayoral candidates announced for Sayward ahead of Nov. 21 local byelections

The three positions that will be filled includes a mayor and two councillors

Village of Sayward
Western Forest Products (WFP)Inc. announced that its Mid Island Forest Operation will be commencing fall pile burning program in Sayward this month. (Black Press media file photo)

Fall pile burning program to commence in Sayward

Western Forest Products has said the activity will continue till November

Western Forest Products (WFP)Inc. announced that its Mid Island Forest Operation will be commencing fall pile burning program in Sayward this month. (Black Press media file photo)

Vancouver Island couple’s sheep farm dream disrupted by high lumber price

The solar powered farm project in Sayward will be set back by three years if the lumber price continues to remain high

Another Sayward councillor resigns ahead of November byelection

Council will be able to maintain quorum till byelection is held, says Municipal Affairs Minister Robinson’s office

Vancouver Island community organizes luncheon for seniors to beat COVID-19 blues

Sayward Community Recreation Association and Mowi teamed up to deliver lunch boxes to senior citizens in Sayward

‘We are not getting direct answers’: Sayward residents

Intimidating responses and a councilor threatening aggressive behavior were the tip of the iceberg at the July 14 council meeting

Sayward Clean-Up Day to be held on July 18 and 19

The event will be held between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Main Road Yard.

Watering restrictions take effect in Sayward

Summer lawn watering restrictions in place from June 15 to September 30

Danger tree removal work in progress along Sayward Highway 19

Delays up to 30 minutes expected between 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 5

Subsequent mayors’ resignations leaves Island village with a governance vacuum

Sayward council will confer to elect an interim mayor almost a month after its previous resignations

Sayward Clean Up Days postponed in April

July event to go as scheduled until further notice