Dawn Gibson

Sooke’s affordability attracts buyers: realtors

Region’s beauty, proximity to the core, and lower cost of living among selling points

Big projects planned for Edward Milne school

1.6 million dollar roofing project is hoped to be completed by September

Get to know East Sooke and Metchosin artists on the Stinking Fish Studio Tour

Annual studio tour gives people a chance to see the process behind artists’ work

Sooke Fine Art Society unveils sculpture at SEAPARC

Dawn Gibson Sooke News Mirror The Sooke Fine Art Society unveiled a…

SK8 Fest comes to Sooke

Dozens of kids gather at the Sooke Skate Park for an afternoon of fun

‘Bears are eating machines on paws’

Bear Smart B.C. says a community waste management plan is necessary change bear behaviour

Four young Sooke residents earn black belt in taekwondo

Dawn Gibson Sooke News Mirror At astonishingly young ages, these four kids…

Sooke Fine Arts Society to unveil public art

The event runs from 1 to 2 p.m. on Thursday at SEAPARC

Sooke sponsored Iraqi refugee family stuck in Lebanon

A year later there is still no sign of when they might arrive

UVic scientists seek salmon guts

Sooke Anglers pair up with researchers in hopes to manage marine ecosystems

Calling all car fanatics

The Sooke Fall Fair hosts their second car show

Get social with the Sooke Classical Boating Society

Rowing twice weekly with the scciety is a great way to meet new people

Brush fire closes Sooke Road

Firefighters have fire 100 per cent contained, says fire chief

One man’s fentanyl horror story

Sooke resident Ken Davies shares how deadly drug nearly killed him

Officers forced to kill 4 bears in Sooke

‘It’s highly unsettling and frustrating,’ says conservation officer

A little piece of history

Founder of Sooke’s decendant donates 155 year old bible to the museum

U17 girls squad have Devil of a time in Colorado tournament

Victoria Devils 17U women’s fastball team claims a silver medal at Colorado tournament

Food from Heaven

Sooke Baptist Church builds a garden to help feed people in need

Sooke gardening company takes a run at going green

East Sooke business owner runs to work in hopes of helping the environment

Fun in the sun

Sooke community shakes things up this summer by holding unconventional summer camps