Aaron Guillen

Sooke group providing assistance to seniors in dire need of volunteers

Loan Cupboard now in its 50th year of operation

PHOTOS: Tour de Rock riders zoom through Sooke, visit big donor

11-year-old Sooke girl raised over $10,000 for Tour de Rock with bottle drive

Employees at Sooke business recognize Orange Shirt Day

Event remembers Indigenous children sent to residential schools

Rare fish washes onto Whiffin Spit in Sooke

Deep water fish identified as ‘King-of-the-salmon’

Sooke marine search and rescue cast their nets for volunteers

Non-profit looking for crew and society members

Couple that owned Sooke Harbour House awarded $4 million after lengthy court case

B.C. Supreme Court rules in favour of Frederique and Sinclair Philip

Greater Victoria thrift shop quietly closes two locations indefinitely

Society of St. Vincent de Paul shut down Sooke and Central Saanich storefronts

New Sooke businesses popping up, amid turbulent market

‘I’m not quitting on these guys’, says company owner

Sooke girl who battled cancer hosting bottle drive for Tour de Rock

Event planned under Sooke’s SEAPARC sign on Sept. 19 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Three West Shore fire rescue teams looking for new recruits

Metchosin, Colwood and Sooke open doors for volunteer firefighters

Garage fire sparks Colwood reminder to residents

Colwood, most of Greater Victoria under extreme fire rating

School bus delays after SD62 overwhelmed by last-minute registrations

450 students signed up Friday alone, district to hire more drivers

CRD director says ongoing garbage dumping ‘disgraceful and pathetic’

Sooke woman tired of finding garbage bags on edge of property

Sooke firefighters battle suspicious boat fire

Fire danger rating raised to extreme across district

PHOTOS: An inside look at one of SD62’s schools before students welcomed back

Approximately 1,400 students expected at Belmont Secondary

Sooke School District announces contractor for two new Langford schools

Farmer Construction Ltd. will utilize SD62 students to work on the $55.2 million project

PHOTOS: Smooth sailing at Metchosin’s Pedder Bay marina

Visitors seen stand-up paddle boarding, catching fish and tanning Sunday

Sooke after-school arts program given nod for 2020-2021 year

Staff and students Grade 5 and above expected to wear masks

Morale remains strong as protesters near a month of blockades to stop old-growth logging

Fairy Creek protesters pushing B.C. for a halt of old-growth logging across Island

Sooke School District to welcome back over 80 per cent of students in-person

82 per cent of families say they will return to in-class instruction on Sept. 10