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Salt Spring RCMP respond to body in Ganges Harbour

    News & Events    May 9, 2018

On May 5 the Salt Spring RCMP responded to a report of a body in the water in Ganges Harbour which had been spotted by a tourist. When officers arrived Salt Spring Island Fire Rescue were on scene and had removed the deceased woman from the water. The initial investigation indicated that the woman’s death […]

RCMP – Break In Suspects Arrested

    News & Events    March 29, 2018

On March 13, 2018, break, enter, and thefts were reported to two businesses on Lower Ganges Rd. Significant damage was done at one of the businesses and numerous tools were taken from both. Through the course of the investigation, a suspect vehicle and general description of one of the suspects was generated. On March 16, […]

Alert: Missing Boater on Salt Spring – Update – Deceased Located

    Local News    June 13, 2017

UPDATE: The Salt Spring Island RCMP have confirmed that they have located the boater deceased. The name of the deceased will not be released pending next of kin. The body was located near Powder Island at approximately 2:30 pm on June 13th, 2017.The Salt Spring RCMP with the assistance of RCMP West Coast Marine located […]

Update to Missing Person Case

    People & Places    April 13, 2017

On April 7th, 2017, Salt Spring Island RCMP received additional information in relation to the disappearance of 36 year old man, who was the subject of a missing person’s report in mid- March. This information has resulted in the discovery of human remains off Southey Point, at the northern tip of Salt Spring Island. The […]

RCMP Seek Public’s Assistance in Locating Missing Man

    News & Events, Travel & Transportation    March 18, 2017

Salt Spring Island RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing man last seen on March 15, 2017 at 2 pm in the area of Suneagle Drive on Salt Spring Island. Andrew Norman DeMarsh, 36, is described as a caucasian man, 6’3″, 186 lbs, with brown hair and hazel eyes. Investigators are seeking […]

SAR Team and RCMP Locate Lost Hiker

    People & Places    December 23, 2016

Shortly before 6:30 pm on December 22nd, 2016, the Salt Spring Island RCMP received a 9-1-1 call from a 61 year old Oregon resident, who was vacationing on Salt Spring Island. The woman reported that she had gone for a hike in Ruckle Provincial Park, and become disoriented on the trails as daylight diminished. Ruckle […]

Community News

  • Summer Service Expansion Coming to Salt ...

    by on 14 hours ago

    Starting Wednesday, June 27, bus riders on Salt Spring Island will enjoy expanded summer transit service, which will make it easier to get to the Fulford Harbour and Vesuvius Bay ferry terminals later in the evening. Changes include expanding the Monday through Thursday evening schedules for routes 2 Fulford Harbour and 6 Salt Spring Connector, […]

  • Video: Proportional Representation Town ...

    by on June 20, 2018

    June 16, 2018, a town hall meeting on proportional representation featured guest speakers Elisabeth May, and Gary Holman. Here are two videos from the Town Hall meeting on Proportional Representation.

  • Maliview Wastewater Discharge Notice

    by on June 20, 2018

    A mechanical failure at the Maliview Wastewater Treatment Plant resulted in approximately two cubic meters of untreated sewage entering the marine environment through the discharge outfall pipe. The equipment has been repaired and the wastewater plant is functioning well again. The area impacted by untreated sewage is in the vicinity of the Maliview Wastewater Treatment […]

  • Cloudiness in the Cedars of Tuam Water S...

    by on June 19, 2018

    CRD Integrated Water Services advises the customers of the Cedars of Tuam Water System on Salt Spring Island (refer to attached map) that turbidity has caused cloudiness in the treated drinking water. Operations staff is investigating the matter but it is believed the ground water source is being impacted by fine sand intrusion. This problem […]

  • Heat Alert! Sowing Winter Brassicas

    by on June 18, 2018

    The recent cool weather is giving way to what is forecast to be pretty hot weather starting this weekend. This is a reminder that if you haven’t done so already, do finish mulching vegetables before it gets hot; it will conserve soil moisture and keep roots cool. Some people had quite a bit of rain, […]

  • Calling for Creative Bus Shelter Designs...

    by on June 18, 2018

    Island Bus Shelters is a new group of community volunteers. In collaboration with the Salt Spring Island Transportation Commission (SSITC), we are inviting artists and designer/fabricator teams to submit proposals for creative bus shelters to recommend to the Capital Regional District. Project Philosophy – Salt Spring’s charm lies in its rural character and the absence […]

  • The 2nd Annual Art & Nature Fest is ...

    by on June 18, 2018

    Last year, a festival-goer called the Art & Nature Fest “an epic event with something for the whole family.” She then passionately stated that there should be an Art & Nature Fest every year! This year, the Salt Spring Island Conservancy will host its second annual Art & Nature Fest on Saturday, June 30, from […]

  • Free Boaters Shuttle to Salt Spring̵...

    by on June 13, 2018

    This unique FREE service offers the convenience of picking Boaters up at their marina and bringing them to Upper Ganges Village Shopping Centre, with Country Grocer the largest grocery store of the Gulf Islands; an amply provisioned Liquor Store, a Pharmasave and Uptown Pizza. After shopping the Shuttle will return you to your marina! All […]

  • Friday’s Forum: Inside BC Politics...

    by on June 13, 2018

    No-one was prepared for the closest election outcome in British Columbia history, on May 9, 2017. The BC Liberals had emerged with just two seats more than the BC NDP, leaving the decision—as to who would form the government—to three Green Party MLAs. What led to Christy Clark’s downfall, to the NDP forming government and […]

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