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Saanich is an anglicization of the name of the Saanich people or W̱SÁNEĆ. It may refer to:
- the Saanich people, a group of indigenous peoples in British Columbia, Canada
- the Saanich dialect, a subdialect of North Straits Salish
- the Saanich Peninsula, a region immediately north of Victoria, British Columbia, and the namesake of the three suburbs of that city located there:
- Saanich and the Islands, a defunct provincial electoral district 1966–2001
- Saanich South, a provincial electoral district 2001-
- Saanich North and the Islands, a provincial electoral district 2001-
- Saanich—Gulf Islands, a federal electoral district 1988-present
- Saanich—Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca, a future federal electoral district 2014-
- Esquimalt—Saanich, a defunct federal electoral district 1953–1988
- Saanich (electoral district), a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia
- Saanichton, a village in Central Saanich, BC
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