Tim Collins

Salmon fishing closures won’t save the whales, say critics

Federal government accused of going after salmon fishery as ‘low hanging fruit’

Third time lucky for Freedom Mobile cell tower in Sooke

Council approves tower after cell provider applies multiple times

T’Sou-ke First Nation mired in legal woes over gas station development

Claims and counterclaims leave sub-contractors unpaid

Scholarship launched to honour three men who died in Sooke River

Sooke School District award will be given annually to a student graduating from EMCS

Two messages during Pink Shirt Day

Anti-bullying is not just something that happens on a single day

Water is a complicated issue in the District of Sooke

A hodge podge of systems still exist and some people have to haul in water

More than 1,000 attend celebration of life for men who died in Sooke River

Celebration of Life gives Sooke a chance to grieve

Juan de Fuca SAR comes to the rescue

Search and rescue unit there when help needed

Telus eyes fibre optic connection to Port Renfrew

‘This could be a game-changer for the region,’ official says

Journey Middle School girls dominate the court

Team is enjoying an undefeated season

Sooke council rejects chamber of commerce funding request

‘Take time to get your act together,’ says councillor

Fuel spill creates slick portions on Highway 14

No part of the highway is closed and Environment ministry is on scene

Celebration of life planned for three men who died in Sooke River

The community of Sooke will come together in a celebration of life…

COLUMN: Self-service is just a matter of greed

It recently occurred to me that I’m doing a lot of work…

B.C. changes course on Sooke Potholes gate security; now restricted at night

Three men killed when accessing the park due to heavy rains, flooding

Sooke students travel to Japan

Mayor Tait will be meeting the students in Natori

Robots roll into Journey Middle School

Gear Bot Jamboree sets the stage for B.C. wide competition

Sooke mayor again tapped to aid international program

Maja Tait travels to Cambodia to engage women in politics

Sooke River tragedy tinged by unanswered questions

Officials question why park gates left open

Sooke rallies to show its support in the wake of tragic deaths

Fund raising efforts, scholarships and meal trains have all been launched