Editorial

EDITORIAL: Innuendo and rumour finds new home

We say: District needs to be upfront with plan as three senior managers leave.

EDITORIAL: Crime Stoppers valuable resource for communities

January is Crime Stoppers Month and a fine time to recognize the valuable service that the program provides

EDITORIAL: Honour women on Canadian currency

There are countless candidates we can celebrate on our banknotes.

EDITORIAL: Page needs to be opened on library project

We say: New library holds the key to town centre development.

EDITORIAL: B.C. Hydro intent in keeping us in the dark

We say: Planned 12-hour power outages could have been handled better.

EDITORIAL: Spirit of giving can brighten faded smiles

We Say: Not all may see Christmas with cheer, but the spirit of giving is universal.

EDITORIAL: Regional growth is all of our business

We say: Entire region must look at what it can do to create rosier economic future from Sooke to Sidney

Arts funding conundrum could be solved

We say: A little compromise will go a long way to end the stalemate.

EDITORIAL: A round and around we go … well, almost

We say: A photo op that jumps the gun and counting fiefdoms.

EDITORIAL: Just ask and you’ll avoid a financial scam

We say: There are people out there who want to separate us from our money for nasty reasons

EDITORIAL We wear poppies and we will remember

On Remembrance Day it's important to look to the past and the future

EDITORIAL: Pay attention when behind the wheel

We say: Be road-wise. There is a whole lot going on for even the most experienced driver to take in.

EDITORIAL: Your vote crucial to nation’s future

We say: The best thing you can do on election day is vote intelligently on the issues and candidates

EDITORIAL: Sooke’s issues are not Victoria’s issues

The Sooke community does not have to pay for something it may not even need.

EDITORIAL: CRD directors pierce the golden goose

A significant wage increase is underway, but is it right?

Our View: 50% solution: Brownsey to Lincroft link

When doing something big, might as well go all the way.

EDITORIAL: Blue Jays reuniting the country again

We say: It’s not the federal election that’s enthralling the nation, but a baseball team

Editorial: Some things never change, like it or not

Municipal councils should not try to micro-manage staff

EDITORIAL: Patience is a virtue behind the wheel

Planning ahead can give you that extra time without any need ever to rush.

COLUMN: Sooke a perfect host to Scout’s Pacific Jamboree

Why Sooke has the potential to host a big a event like the Pacific Jamboree.