Community

Learning to swim saves lives

Local leisure centre offers subsidized life saving swim classes

Sooke Volunteer Fair set for April

The second Saturday in April sees the third annual Volunteer Fair in Sooke.

Jolympics and other great things at Journey

Middle school student writes on events taking place

  • Mar 12, 2014

It’s in you to give: volunteers needed for clinics

Sooke Blood Donor Clinic seeking community-minded volunteers

  • Mar 12, 2014
Superintendent D.I. Walker

The family that built Jordan River

Duncan Irvine Walker came to develop a hydro-electric system

Superintendent D.I. Walker
Krystal Dickenson

From EMCS to baking in Paris

Culinary Arts graduate from Sooke heading to Europe to learn

Krystal Dickenson
Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink!

Anti-bullying campaign brings out the rosy hues in people

  • Mar 5, 2014
Pretty in Pink

Events at John Muir

Student writers outline events taking place at their schools

  • Mar 5, 2014
T.A.S.K. students (in no particular order) include Tina

T.A.S.K. students talk trades

Trades program at EMCS is enticing students to the construction trade

T.A.S.K. students (in no particular order) include Tina
Sooke OAP#88 in 1969 celebrating the purchase of land for Ayre Manor cottages.

OAP#88 land purchase leads to Ayre Manor

Sooke area historian Elida Peers writes about the region's past

Sooke OAP#88 in 1969 celebrating the purchase of land for Ayre Manor cottages.

Grads getup easy on the wallet

Magic Wand Project helps with graduation attire costs

Lew Dempsey

A bit of policing history in Sooke

Historian Elida Peers writes about the Sooke region's past

Lew Dempsey
A truck to do the task was built by Butler Brothers.

Butler Brothers’ Mark V

Columnist Elida Peers writes about the history of the Sooke region

A truck to do the task was built by Butler Brothers.

Library offers more than just books

A variety of new digital media is available at the Sooke library

  • Feb 19, 2014

Sooke residents generous with time, money and donations

Expression of gratitude sent to community by Christmas Bureau

  • Feb 19, 2014

Born to ride – “Rebels’ with a cause

Legion motorcycle riders hit the highway for charity

Edith Nee

Edith Nee’s family, friends appealing for kidney donor

Nee, former chair of the B.C. Press Council, was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago.

Edith Nee
The Sooke Region Volunteer Centre

Volunteer Centre finds a home

Centre for Sooke region volunteers now has an office space

  • Feb 12, 2014
The Sooke Region Volunteer Centre

Sooke Fall Fair to celebrate family farm in 2014

Theme has been chosen for the annual fair in Sooke

  • Feb 12, 2014
Sooke volunteers: from left to right

Straight from the heart, canvassers help us all

Heart & Stroke Foundation begins annual fund-raising drive

  • Feb 12, 2014
Sooke volunteers: from left to right