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Sooke war veteran Chris Linford started out his military career more than 30 years ago with a simple goal: become a pipe band drummer.
West Shore volunteer group checks on projects with which they’ve been involved – past and present
Desjardins has served on the CRD board since 2009. She was first elected Esquimalt mayor in 2008
Markets worldwide reacted with less volatility than predicted.
Donald Trump presidential win stuns Canadians, leaders around the world
Those who continue the practice face disciplinary action from vet college, and charges under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
The $475,000 purchase, announced Tuesday, consists of two lots totalling 39 hectares of land near Ayum Creek.
Orphanage works toward sustainability through small projects
Sooke RCMP are declaring a provincial gun amnesty campaign a success
Federal government also pledging better navigational data and tools to protect killer whales and several Vancouver Island waterways
Province attempts to address complaints of over-booking, re-selling of reservations
Coast Guard to lease two heavy tugs, add equipment for Atlantic and Pacific marine safety and spill response
On Aug. 10, a small group gathered outside residence yelling insults and obscenities at her.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Transport Minister Marc Garneau in B.C. Monday for announcement of Coast Guard upgrades
Delegates call for peace with aboriginals, hunter rights, faster speed limits, more private power and use of empty schools
Bars and lounges will be able to infuse and age cocktails as of January.
Premier Christy Clark announced the Squamish-based plant's approval on Nov. 4
Province also maintains the lowest unemployment rate in the country.
A 30-year-old man was arrested as a result of the investigation and faces several charges
Brought in by a Good Samaritan as a stray from the Sooke area, Marilyn is suffering from a broken hip and abdominal hernia.