Tim Collins

COLUMN: Lessons from a failed bureaucrat

Sometimes the rules need to be applied with reason

Sooke byelection candidate fails to meet deadline to file financial disclosure documents

Kenneth Robar faces $10,000 fine; possible jail time

Journey Middle School students try out the trades

Program is designed to expose students to career options

Red Carpet Valentine’s event will aid Sooke charities

This is a chance to have that “red carpet” experience

Public weighs in on Sooke municipal budget

Homeowners face 6.58% tax hike

New Sooke education academy focuses on environment, community

Program still requires school board approval

‘Bureaucratic mix-up’ could lead to Sooke daycare closure

Sooke CAO confident daycare situation can be resolved

Literacy global phenomenon lands in Sooke

A worldwide program Free Little Library boasts more than 93,000 locations

Sooke Food Bank sends out call for help

Need continues as holiday season food drives are over

The Coldest Night of the Year comes to Sooke

National event helps those who are hungry and homeless

What was Sooke’s most popular book last year?

Library staff fill us in with the details

Highway 14 near Jordan River reopened as B.C. Hydro finishes difficult repairs

Trees continued to fall as Hydro crews attempted to restore power to area

Hunting and fishing group seeks bylaw exemption

Sooke guns and bows bylaw ill-considered, says association

Sooke poised to add staff and more office space

Municipal staff need ‘appropriate workspace,’ say councillors

Hwy. 14 closed, near Jordan River, due to down hydro lines

No information on when the highway will reopen

Inclement weather forces closure of Sooke boardwalk

High winds bring down trees, damage boardwalk

Sooke Community Association gets new president

Karl Linell stepped down after 11 years

SEAPARC fitness facility expansion set to open

The $3.4-million addition arrives in time for New Year’s resolutions