Kevin Laird

New ECG will diagnose life-threatening emergencies in ‘timely manner’ in Sooke

Machine funded by the Sooke and Juan de Fuca Health Foundation

Volunteers sought to remove weeds from Port Renfrew’s Parkinson Road

Road has no sidewalks, forcing pedestrians to walk on pavement

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Day Trip Port Renfrew is dubbed the Tall Tree Capital of Canada…

Sooke RCMP launch summer CounterAttack

Police will conduct random road check stops

Sooke RCMP seek video after tires slashed on five vehicles

10 tires damaged in overnight incident in Sooke

SOOKE HISTORY: Remembering the Class of 1947

Sooke students always have a sense of pride

Sooke council members receive nearly $146,000 in remuneration and expenses

Pay details included in Statement of Financial Information for 2019

Is your local intersection or road slated for improvements?

Sooke’s $3.4-million road improvement program heads into third year

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Sooke council repeals firearms regulation bylaw

Other levels of government already have rules in place for firearms

On top of everything else, now Sooke property taxes are due

The deadline to pay this year’s tax is July 2

Share your COVID-19 experience

Province is inviting people to share their feedback as its eye economic recovery

Construction contract eyed for new Sooke library

Build on library expected to start this summer

District of Sooke embarks on OCP review

Critics of the current plan say it’s wordy, inconsistent and contradictory

Sooke council resurrects arts committee

SPA to examine memorial wall proposals

SEAPARC solidifies plans for Sooke summer camps

Facility set to reopen to the public

Firefighters called for technical rescue at Sooke Potholes

Woman breaks her leg while walking along riverbed

Sooke to allow restaurant patios on streets and in parking lots

The virus has had major impact on local businesses, says Sooke mayor

The long road to recovery will have a few bumps

Some things will never be the same after the COVID-19 pandemic, local experts say

Sooke council approves new funding for chamber of commerce

A $16,000 service agreement to be created