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Posted March 11, 2016  CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 12 NOON, MONDAY, MARCH 21.

MEDICAL CLINIC  CLEANING POSITION

POSITION:   Janitorial Services, Saturna Medical Clinic

HOURS AND RATE:  2 hours per week (during Mon-Tues), $... See More

Great news for our island – we now have a mental health professional attending our Medical Clinic on a regular basis. The Southern Gulf Islands Mental Health and Substance Use Services is sending a counsellor to Saturna Island to provide short-... See More

An inital meeting to discuss whether Saturna could or should sponsor a refugee family from Syria turned into a consensus that it really was possible if the communuty got behind it. Fourteen people signed up to continue the discussion and go... See More

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Note: the forms have two sides - one for your home and one for your business... See More

Early Registration for all programs in School District 64 will take place from February 9 to March 15. 

The Saturna Island Tourism Association (SITA) is accepting bids to create either the artwork or an entire 'Welcome to Saturna' sign. The finished product should be 3 ft x 5 ft and incorporate locally sourced wood if possible.  It must include a... See More

 The Saturna Island Local Trust Committee (LTC) is canvasing Saturna Island residents
and property owners in order to obtain community input on its Community Profile.  Take the online questionnaire now - click on the link below.

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Gabriola Islanders are now either condemned to ride expensive ferries for all time, or be protected from the ravages of highway culture, depending on your perspective. Transportation Minister Todd Stone’s quirky study of bridging the island... See More

Holistic examination needed of coastal energy and shipping projects

Raincoast Conservation Foundation released a new report today encouraging federal, provincial/ state, local, and indigenous governments, and residents, of... See More

The killer whale baby boom continues on the West Coast, where researchers have documented yet another new calf in the southern resident population.

The new orca, estimated to be a few days old, was first observed Monday in Puget Sound as... See More

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