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Council Briefs, Jan 7, 2015

What went on in District of Sooke council chambers at the last meeting

Twenty things to do for next to nothing in Sooke

There is plenty to do in both the outdoors and the indoors around Sooke

Overnight camping at Jordan River suspended

CRD suspends use of Jordan River Park for campers because of earthquake risk


Sooke is known as a volunteer capital for a good reason

2014 in Review

Brief summaries of what made the news in Sooke in 2014

The arts made Sooke special

Artists from all disciplines made Sooke a great place to enjoy being

Wrapping it up and calling it a day

Former mayor Wendal Milne talks about his last three years

A little fireside reading: Some books of interest

A few new book titles which might interest Sooke readers

Hope Centre holds its official opening

Affordable rental housing project came together through various partners

Local chef competes on Chopped Canada

Sooke's Carol Christie set to debut in January season opener

Red Hatters give to the community

The Red Hat Sooke Sirens give to seniors' organizations in Sooke

No firm answers for Jordan River residents

BC Hydro wants to purchase their homes because of earthquake threat

The healing love of a little girl

Six-year-old girl overwhelmed by birthday present on video

Can’t believe it’s December

Photo taken in Sooke belies the fact that winter is near

Gingerbread houses built for Christmas Bureau

The sweet smell of gingerbread at the Prestige hotel

Nutcracker is a seasonal favourite

Nutcracker in a Nutshell to be performed in Sooke beginning December 20

“Bad” Alice and the Mad Hatter raise funds for food bank

Sooke's La Petite Boutique is holding a different kind of fashion show

Jordan River residents may be forced to sell their homes

BC Hydro report considers the area an extreme earthquake hazard

Artisans gather togoether for native arts and crafts fair

T'Sou-ke Art Group hosts a Christmas market of native art

Music students present a Winter Concert

Sooke's band students perform for community on December 4