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New Location for Central Saanich Remembrance Day Ceremon

Central Saanich Remembers and Unveils Cenotaph on 100 th Anniversary of WWI. On this Remembrance Day, the 100 th anniversary of the end of the first world war, Central Saanich residents will unite to remember and unveil the community's new cenotaph.. This year is a particularly poignant opportunity for our community to show appreciation to our veterans and their families by unveiling the. News release. For immediate release . Saanich's Remembrance Day ceremony broadcast on Facebook Live. Saanich, BC - Saanich's 2020 Remembrance Day ceremony is closed to the public in order to comply with the provincial health orders limiting events to 50 people or less.However, there's still an opportunity to watch the event via Facebook Live Windsor notes Remembrance Day is an occasion that bridges generations and passes on the traditions of remembrance, and Central Saanich has asked a number of youth to participate in the event. In addition to the unveiling of the cenotaph, the ceremony will include a march in, two minutes of silence, poems and remarks, and a wreath laying ceremony On this Remembrance Day, the 100 th anniversary of the end of the first world war, hundreds of Central Saanich residents are expected to come together for the unveiling of the community's ceremony and the unveiling of the new cenotaph.. Residents will join Mayor Ryan Windsor, Council members, including Chair of the Cenotaph Committee Carl Jensen, Central Saanich police and fire fighters. BC Day - Municipal Hall Closed. August 2, 2021. Special Council. August 3, 2021. Board of Variance. The District of Central Saanich has a gem tucked away in Saanichton - a farm from 1897 in much its original state. We are opening the gates..

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Central Saanich Remembrance Day Service. When: 10:45 a.m. Where: Pioneer Park Cenotaph, 1209 Clarke Rd in Brentwood Bay. Sidney Parade of Veterans and Remembrance Day Ceremony. When: Parade of. The District of Central Saanich Central Saanich Memorial Cenotaph Project Complied Questionnaire Responses Number of survey returned by Jan 15, 2016: 13 c) Display at the Municipal Hall 5X d) Word-of-mouth 2x e) Other: 3x -I attended the Remembrance Day ceremony and it was mentioned at that time. -(I) helped start it 2. Does the proposed. But this is 2020 and COVID-19 continues to up-end the familiar, including Remembrance Day and all the activities leading up to it. I think it's inevitable, said Chance, who will turn 100 years old on Nov. 24, less than two weeks after Remembrance Day, when asked about the revised format for Remembrance Day Central Saanich Remembrance Day Service: 10:45 a.m. Where: Pioneer Park Cenotaph, 1209 Clarke Rd in Brentwood Bay. Sidney Parade of Veterans and Remembrance Day Ceremony. Parade of Veterans begins at 10:20 a.m., Where: Parade starts at the Mary Winspear Centre, proceeding along Beacon Avenue, and ends at the cenotaph in front of the Town Hall.

The Remembrance Day ceremony begins at 10:55 am. Refreshments will be served at the Fire Hall following the ceremony. Central Saanich - Peacekeeping Memorial Cenotaph (Municipal Hall) Wreath Laying Ceremony will begin at 11am at the Central Saanich Municipal Hall under the half-mast flags. 1903 Mt. Newton Road Central Saanich - Pioneer Park. On this Remembrance Day, the 100th anniversary of the end of the first world war, hundreds of Central Saanich residents are expected to come together for the unveiling of the community's ceremony and the unveiling of the new cenotaph in Pioneer Park. When: November 11, 10:30 a.m Central Saanich will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War by unveiling a new cenotaph. Community residents are expected to come together at Pioneer Park for the Remembrance Day ceremony and the official unveiling of the cenotaph Saanich at the Remembrance Day ceremony in Sidney, and Staff, Police Services and the Fire Department be requested to support the ceremony held in Central Saanich at the Municipal Hall, with wreaths provided by the District for both events. CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY d) Special Planning & Development Committe

REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONIES. • Central Saanich, Peacekeeping Memorial Cenotaph, municipal hall, 1903 Mt. Newton Cross Rd. • Esquimalt Cenotaph, Memorial Park, 1229 Esquimalt Rd READ ALSO: Gallery: Remembrance Day 2019 service at Oak Bay Memorial Cenotaph . The area will be closed to the public during that time with only about 20 to 30 people permitted for the ceremony. The wreath-laying is all being done in advance, and we have organized a much smaller group, Hughes said The district is also asking residents for submissions on what Remembrance Day means to them. There are links at centralsaanich.ca . Langford's ceremony is not open to the public, but will be.

Remembrance Day Ceremony Now Held at Cenotaph in Brentwood

  1. NOVEMBER 11th REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONIES AROUND VICTORIA. Most regular services start at 10:45 a.m. unless noted otherwise (spectators are requested to be in place by 10:30 a.m.). Central Saanich, Peacekeeping Memorial Cenotaph, municipal hall, 1903 Mt. Newton Cross Rd
  2. CENTRAL SAANICH: New cenotaphin Pioneer Park at 1209 Clarke Rd. in Brentwood Bay. 10:30 am SIDNEY: Veterans parade begins 10:30 am at the Mary Winspear Centre. Route continues on Beacon Avenue and ends at the Sidney Town Hall cenotaph where the ceremony starts at 10:50am
  3. 6. REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE The Mayor noted that to keep our community safe and in light of the event size restrictions, Central Saanich Remembrance Day service will be closed to the public. He encouraged the public to watch the live stream of the simple ceremony and check the website for information. 7. RISE AND REPORT 7.1
  4. be the site for Central Saanich's Remembrance Day ceremony on November 11. Please join us in Pioneer Park, 1209 Clarke Road Remembrance Day Ceremony Reduce Use cloth bags (store them in your car or backpack or hang them on your front door handle) Visiting multiple stores? Use one bag. Reducing Plastic in our Community single-use plastic bags.
  5. d me. Saturday, November 11th, 2017 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Mayor and Council extend an invitation to attend the District of Saanich's annual Remembrance Day Ceremony on Sunday, November 11th, 2018 starting at 10:45 am at the Cenotaph in front.
  6. Remembrance Day Events in Saanichton: 11 a.m. Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Peacekeeping Memorial Stone Cenotaph (Central Saanich Municipal Hall) under the half-mast flags. Photo by www.nuttycake.com

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Remembrance Day Big Band Dance at the Royal Canadian Legion, Langford branch, 761 Station Ave., 1:30-4 p.m. Remembrance Day ceremonies: • Victoria. Parade starting at 10:45 a.m. along Wharf. Remembrance Day Events A concert of remembrance, the Victoria Symphony Date: November 10th, 7:30pm Location: Bay Street Armoury Saanich Remembrance Day Ceremony Gathering at the Municipal Hall Cenotaph Date: November 11th, 10:45am to 12:30pm Location: Saanich Municipal Hall BC Legislature Remembrance Day Ceremony In honour of those who have fallen

On Nov. 11 at 11 a.m., Remembrance Day ceremonies across British Columbia will be silent as we honour those who've served. Here is a list of some of the events happening on Vancouver Island The public can choose from an array of ceremonies on Remembrance Day at the region's cenotaphs. Most services start at 10:45 a.m., with spectators asked to be in place by 10:30 a.m. Here are th

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  1. District of Central Saanich - Local Government. November 3, 2020 · The way we remember this year will be different, but no less important. # WeRemember # CSaa
  2. Doing Our Bit - Victoria BC, 1914-1918 Remembrance Day video - posted in Heritage Building Restorations & Heritage Issues: Hi everyone,I've put together a Remembrance Day video tribute using period postcards and photos that you might be interested in checking out. The images show First World War recruits marching through the streets of Victoria to the CPR steamships that would take them to.
  3. Remembrance Day Ceremony Sunday, Nov 11th 10:30 am Pioneer Park, Brentwood Bay The Centre is closed am Monday, November 12th Pot Luck Thursday, November 15th noon Holiday Bake & Craft Sale Saturday, November 17th 9 am—3 pm Lunch Bunch Thursday, November 22nd, 11:30 am Sea Glass Restaurant in Sidney Speakers Serie
  4. Sidney: 11 a.m., Cenotaph in front of town hall; Army Navy pipe band playing at noon at the Army, Navy, Air Force Unit, 302, 9834 Fourth St. Victoria: 11 a.m.: Cenotaph on the grounds of the B.C. Legislative Building, 614 Government St. Wreath-laying by dignitaries will be followed by a luncheon open to the public. [
  5. Such is the case for the Victory Day Dinner and Dance fundraiser for the British Columbia Aviation Museum in North Saanich that was set for May 8. Organizers had originally scheduled the event for May 9, 2020 to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day, but the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to postpone
  6. Group takes off from Victoria airport around 10:20 a.m. on Wednesda

Adam talks about attending the Remembrance Day ceremony in Sidney this year and notes the growing ceremony in Central Saanich at the new cenotaph in Brentwood Park. Nick highlights conversations with his grandfather who is a veteran of World War 2 Beyond work, he was very involved in supporting the community. He was a volunteer Firefighter for Central Saanich, an active member of the Korea Veterans Association and the Legion. He would lead the Grand Entry of the Pow Wow on July 1st each year and be in the parade as well. For him, Remembrance Day was a day of pride his son Michael. Central Saanich Lions and Sooke Harbourside Lions. Remembrance Day November 11 Fort Victoria Mobile Home Ramp The club has taken on one new project for this year and that is the pancake break-fast at Quadra Elementary school for 450 kids on the 20th of December. All Royal Oak activities & Saanich Lions activitie News release. For immediate release . Saanich's Remembrance Day ceremony broadcast on Facebook Live. Saanich, BC - Saanich's 2020 Remembrance Day ceremony is closed to the public in order to comply with the provincial health orders limiting events to 50 people or less.However, there's still an opportunity to watch the event via Facebook Liv District of Saanich . Saanich's 2020 Remembrance Day ceremony is closed to the public in order to comply with the provincial health orders limiting events to 50 people or less. However, there's still an opportunity to watch the event via Facebook Live

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  1. Remembrance Ceremonies around the CRD . Victoria Remembrance Day Ceremony. Where: Cenotaph, east lawns and driveway at 501 Belleville St. When: From 10:45 to 1 p.m. Saanich Remembrance Day Ceremony. Where: Saanich Municipal Hall Cenotaph, 770 Vernon Ave. When: From 10:30 a.m. to half past noon. Central Saanich Remembrance Day Servic
  2. Parade of veterans, moment of silence, wreath laying took place in Sidne
  3. RELATED: Poppy campaign begins Friday in Central Saanich. The local legion also organizes the annual Remembrance Day ceremony in Sidney, at the cenotaph by the Town Hall. This year marks the 100th.

The sculptor not only built the memorial cenotaph as a 35-year-old in 1948 but also restored it 35 years later in 1983. The designation to Oak Bay's 97 residents who died in the Second World War is one of the most picturesque Remembrance Day ceremonies, and it started with the work of Saull and the 1948 Oak Bay Municipal Engineer, Arthur. UVic professor of Military History on the significance and meaning of Remembrance Day

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  1. Adam talks about attending the Remembrance Day ceremony in Sidney this year and notes the growing ceremony in Central Saanich at the new cenotaph in Brentwood Park. Nick highlights conversations with his grandfather who is a veteran of World War 2. Nick rolls out an ill-fated segment where he tries to get Adam to name his three favourite.
  2. Hundreds attended the Remembrance Day ceremony at Langford that also paid tribute to Cst. Sarah Beckett. James MacKenzie/Black Press New recruit switches fire chief helmet from Sooke to Central Saanich come September. Sidney butterfly release honours seniors lost to COVID-19, plus survivors
  3. Flowers are seen floating in the sea during a maritime Remembrance Day ceremony in Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver, B.C., Monday, November, 11, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward The Langford branch's lounge has been limited to a maximum capacity of 75-78 people
  4. According to the Victoria Remembrance Day Committee, ceremony costs for Remembrance Day are very low thanks to volunteerism, but police services cost approximately $15,000. London Drugs has pledged a cap of $50,000, and have been in contact with the city about the proposal

Remembrance Day ceremonies taking place - Saanich New

  1. The annual remembrance ceremony for those who lost their lives as a result of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb attacks will be held on Aug. 9 at the Kinsmen Gorge Park in Esquimalt. From 6:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m., free materials will be provided for attendees to construct floating lanterns with messages of peace
  2. Hosted at the Saanich Fairgrounds in nearby Central Saanich and held over a 3 day period every Labour Day Weekend in September. The Saanich Fair is a great big country exhibition that Saanich has proudly been hosting since 1868--over 150 years and counting! Admission to the extravaganza gives you access to live, outdoor concerts, amusement.
  3. Ceremonies are taking place across Greater Victoria on Monday, Nov. 11 to mark Remembrance Day. The largest takes place around the cenotaph on the legislative grounds at Belleville and Government streets, and gets underway at 10:45 a.m. (Black Press file photo

Remembrance Day A Virtual Ceremony Wednesday, November 11 10:30 am Mary Winspear Centre and the Saanich Peninsula Memorial Park Society invite you to join us for a virtual Remembrance Day Ceremony. Central Saanich and The Farmlands Trust joined together in 2012 to have the 6.6 hectare grow an assortment of fruits and vegetable for use by food banks and Our Place. In addition to this, a local farmer developed a program that involves local schools in a sheep farm The Remembrance Day Parade makes its way toward the Whalley Legion this morning with Civic Hotel and Central City in the background. #Surrey604 #truesurrey #SurreyBC @3civicplaza @thecityofsurrey @wearecivichotel @discoversurreybc Photo by @damanbeatty. A post shared by Surrey604.com (@surrey604) on Nov 11, 2017 at 1:21pm PS As Ney walked to the Oak Bay cenotaph for the Remembrance Day ceremony on Saturday, she heard shouts for help. Hearing that it was coming from the water off Beach Dr. near the Oak Bay Marina, but unable to see where the person was located, she quickly called 911 A wreath-laying ceremony will mark the day in Central Saanich at 11 a.m. at the Peacekeeping Memorial Cenotaph near municipal hall on Mount Newton X Road. Christine van Reeuwyk/News staff.

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Here's Randy with his AAM colleagues at the 2019 Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Saanich Municipal Hall Ceremony. Photo courtesy of Gord Enquist Ashton Armoury Museum added 5 new photos from August 9 at 8:59 AM Soldier's journal 'a fantastic addition' to Saanich Remembers World War One project, archivist say

This site is a celebration of un-sung heroes in Saanich: people in our community who - through their strength of will - are quietly making big differences. Some of their stories are about overcoming hardship and adversity, other stories are about community service, innovation and leadership. We launched stars from June 2011 to March 2013 So when you take time for your moment of silence this remembrance day and in the future, take a moment to remember and think about Our Modern-day Veterans as well. Thank you for your service! Less we forget . Cold War (1947- 1991) Congo Crisis (1960-1963) October Crisis (1970) Persian Gulf War (1999-1991) Somali Civil War (1992-1995) Bosnian. READ ALSO: Victoria council to fund Remembrance Day ceremony; offers apologies to veterans. A year later, in April 1945, the couple married and days later, Gerald was deployed back to Canada to prepare for war on the Pacific Ocean. But the war soon ended, and he instead began the process of setting up their new life The original ceremonies were limited to police and correctional officers killed but that criterion was expanded in 1995 to include all peace officers so that all areas of law enforcement are now included in one single ceremony. Police and Peace Officers' National Memorial Day

A Remembrance Day ceremony will be held at the cenotaph at the Legislature, where it is normally, but only a few officials will be able to attend. New recruit switches fire chief helmet from Sooke to Central Saanich come September. Sidney butterfly release honours seniors lost to COVID-19, plus survivors A Memorial Service is a ceremony held at ay location where the deceased and casket are not present, but where the urn containing the ashes may be present. At Alternatives we will arrange all the details that allow you to celebrate the life of a loved one: reserving facilities, finding a member of the Clergy or celebrant, catering and reception. A Memorial Service is a ceremony held at a location where the deceased and casket are not present, but where the urn containing the ashes may be present. At Alternatives, we will arrange all the details that allow you to celebrate the life of a loved one: reserving facilities and a member of the Clergy or celebrant, catering and reception.

We offer a wide array of urns and a unique variety of memorial keepsakes. $1490 + GST + $10 Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board fee = $1574.50. Includes our professional fee, cremation fee, minimum cremation container (up to 240 lbs), 10 funeral directors statements of death, online obituary, and a temporary urn Saanich Parks. (250) 475-5522. Serving over 2 million visitors annually Saanich Parks & Recreation is a vital part of our vibrant, active community. We operate 4 Recreation Centres, 170 Parks, 100 km of Trails, an Arts Centre, Golf Course and much more

1. Only one taxpayer. Whether DND/VAC or munis pay for ceremonies is ultimately irrelevant. 2. Pennies at stake. Hardly worth Vic council's time in the first place, never mind all that has followed. — Michael Brydon (@mjbrydon) June 7, 2019. Ben I'm outraged that the city would consider asking DND to help pay for the Remembrance Day parade We offer a wide array of urns and a unique variety of memorial keepsakes. The full price for our simple cremation package, including all professional fees, cremation, taxes and one Death Certificate is: Professional Fees. $945.00. Cremation Fee. $595.00. Cremation Container. $95.00. CPBC Administrative Fee showcase their amazing work! Join Saanich Recreation for the 8 th Annual Teen Christmas Craft Fair and raise funds for yourself or charity. $20 registration fee. Ven-dors 10-18 welcome. Pearkes Recreation Centre Novem-ber 12 th 9:30-3:30 and Saanich Commonwealth Place, November 19 th 9:30-3:30. Saanich Remembrance Day Ceremony Remembrance Day commemorates the sacrifices of people in all armed conflicts. The official Canadian national ceremonies are held at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario, according to a strict protocol. A service is held and wreaths are laid by armed services representatives. Anglican Parish of Central Saanich VibrantVictoria → Victoria & South Island Economy → Victoria Politics.

Three ways to search for a Legion Branch: Search by City and Province, or by Postal Code. Enter a Branch name. Enter the Branch 3-digit number. Command. Legion Branch. location. Legion Branch. PO Box He will be missed by many people, and will be honoured on Remembrance Day, as he conducted the ceremony, at the Decameron in Bucerias. To quote him in 2015, I'm always struck with a lump in my throat at the Legion ceremonies, when the service officer calls out the list of names of people who have passed on. The Sgt Today we attended the Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Saanich Municipal Hall where Kelly was playing with the Victoria Police Pipe Band. It's been a long time since I attended a November 11th. service and I was happy that we took this one in Photo ID required for armoury access The Ashton Armoury Museum, a 39 Service Battalion Regimental Museum, located in the LGen E.C. Ashton Armoury, Vanalman Ave, Victoria, was established in 1994 to maintain, honour and promote the history of 11 Service Battalion (now 11Company 39 Service Battalion)

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For the first time, Central Saanich will hold its service at the new cenotaph monument in Brentwood Bay. See here for a list of all services. On Sunday afternoon, after the cenotaph ceremonies, Via Choralis is performing a concert titled In Remembrance, 2:30 pm at St. Elizabeth's Church in Sidney Central Vancouver Island Traffic Services (CVITS) officers have identified a vehicle of interest, with a driver they are interested in speaking to, following a suspicious death near Parksville on Saturday, Oct. 10. Police were called to Highway 19 near Parksville on Saturday, where the body of a woman had been discovered Leslie Fernstrom, a junior deacon at the Nov. 11 Central Saanich Masonic Hall recently ceremonies: made a $10,000 donation towards the Sidney and Central new cenotaph. Being Masons, Fernstrom. Since 2008. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM. VIRTUAL 102 YEAR REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE Wednesday, November 11, 2020. The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 59 Moose Jaw 1919-2020 by Invitation ONLY. Service. Invites you to our Open House after the Remembrance Day ceremonies. Lest we forget • Central Saanich Trustee 2011-2014 • Central Saanich Resident for 30 Years • Family law lawyer for 35.

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Remembrance Day 2019 November 7, 2019 Each year on November 11th, the Town of Sidney gathers together to honour and pay tribute to our War Veterans. Information regarding the Parade of Veterans, Remembrance Day Ceremony, and Town Hall closure is provided here The Victoria Remembrance Day Committee says calling the parade a military event is 'asinine BC Transit offers free rides for Canadian military personnel on Remembrance Day Brishti Basu - Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 Buses have stops close to several major ceremony locations around tow Sep 27, 2021. No school for students. See more details. Education Policy and Directions Meeting. Oct 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm. See more details. Thanksgiving Day. Oct 11, 2021. No school in session

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A selection of today's top storie We passed a few hours by the fire with our books and hot cocoa, and eventually had some danishes and hash browns. Time for a morning beach walk! It was just as beautiful as it was in the evening, but with more families around. The rain held off until we packed up our gear and got in the car to head home

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On Remembrance Day, I will be in the hockey arena in Regina with the Royal Canadian Legion. The stands will be filled. Soldiers, sailors, air personnel, cadets, Mounties, other police and peace officers, and community groups will march in formation, the bands will play, speeches will be given, prayers will be offered, wreaths will be laid, and. Maple Ridge offers one of the largest Remembrance Day celebrations in the Lower Mainland each November 11 at Memorial Peace Park. The event is hosted by the Royal Canadian legion Branch #88 and boasts annual attendance of over 2,000 local residents for the parade of veterans and first responders and moving Cenotaph ceremony

A Sermon preached on the Sunday before Remembrance Day, November 5, 2017 at St. Dunstan's, Gordon Head, Victoria BC Grief. Peace. Nation. These are the three overlapping themes of Remembrance Day; but the greatest of these is grief. Grief was the first and primary purpose. Soon after the ending of the Great War, beginning i Langford is a city on southern Vancouver Island in the province of British Columbia, Canada.Langford is one of the 13 component municipalities of Greater Victoria and is within the Capital Regional District.Langford was incorporated in 1992 and has a population of over 40,000 people. Its municipal neighbours are Colwood to the southeast, Highlands to the north, Metchosin to the southwest, and. Activity. Having gone from cadets as a youth to service in the military I have participated in or attended remembrance day ceremonies for many years. Like so. Liked by Matt Peppard Nik Alcock | Victoria, British Columbia, Canada | Owner, Principal, Senior Electrical Engineer, Project Manager at Evolve Engineering Inc. | Electrical Engineer/Project Manager/Prime Consultant experience with large, complex, multi-discipline institutional and buildings projects. | 409 connections | See Nik's complete profile on Linkedin and connec The majority of marked patrol vehicles deployed by the Ottawa Police Service is the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, recently in 2012, the Ford Taurus was added to the fleet to become the new majority of the marked patrol vehicles. The Ford Taurus deployed by the Ottawa Police Service have the Police Interceptor will offer a choice of V-6s: a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V-6 and an.

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Veteran lays a wreath at the National War Memorial before Remembrance Day ceremonies in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. Most... Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the University of British Columbia on September 27, 2016 in Kelowna, Canada McCAULEY, Jack Clark, Lt, RCNVR (21 Dec 1922 - 11 Nov 2003) - After a full and cherished life, Jack McCauley died peacefully on Remembrance Day in his 80th year. For 46 years, he was the deeply loved husband of Joan Sidney Town Hall will be closed for B.C. Day on Monday, August 5, 2019. Town Hall will be open for regular business on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 8:30 am. May 4 at a public forum on Health Care in our Community, sponsored by the municipalities of Sidney, Saanich, Central Saanich and North Saanich, as well as the CFUW Saanich Peninsula