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In recent years, the Olympic Games – and the organization in charge, the International Olympic Committee – have rightly taken some knocks.
This fall Sooke Fire Chief Steve Sorensen will retire after 36 years of dedicated service to this community.
Sooke can only be as great as its own residents can make it.
We say: Take a break over the summer to just remember how great it can be to live here.
We say: Sooke needs to grow, but it can’t do that without more affordable housing
We say: Mayor’s edict is not a debate on freedom of expression.
Are the new distracted driving penalties tough enough now?
We say: Public has a right to know where its tax money is spent.
Grants to community groups remain important but are not sacrosanct.
The effectiveness of the Freedom of Information act is on the verge of being seriously degraded.
We say: Saturday’s referendum vote is a step forward for Sooke region
We say: If no regulation is in place, authorities are condoning an illegal activity
Canada 150 M0saic project call for submissions from artists
We say: A split second of your attention from the road is enough to cost someone’s life
We say: The last thing council should want to do is limit public consultation and debate
Just because a comment is made online doesn’t mean that we can’t respect others and take responsibility for what we say
This process was to be inclusive of staff, business and community members: Kerrie Reay
We say: We’ve helped snuff tobacco, let’s tackle obesity next.
We say: District needs to be upfront with plan as three senior managers leave.
January is Crime Stoppers Month and a fine time to recognize the valuable service that the program provides