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Young men will be handing out pamphlets in Sooke area
Meeting comes on cusp of new school year as government, union spar over mediation, escape hatch from next court ruling
Distracted drivers' use of personal electronics cited as factor in injury claims rise
B.C. teachers return to picket lines, ramp up pressure on government
Fraser River facility will unload trains to travel through White Rock and South Surrey to a shipping facility at Texada Island.
Volunteers get down and dirty to get rid of Tansy ragwort
Further tests will determine whether the metal-bearing sand will be removed or left where it is, Mines Minister Bill Bennett says
A list of retailers and recyclers in the Sooke area
A look through the Sooke News Mirror to see what made the news in years gone by
Avoiding bear habitation and bear/human conflict is pretty easy
Children seemed to be a large part of Art in the Park
A piece of runner's equipment turned into Sooke News Mirror office
The parking issue around Sooke's public boat launch remains unsolved
Independent engineering inspections have been ordered for Mount Polley mine and nearly 100 other mine tailings ponds
As talks between the B.C. Teachers' Federation and government continue, support site guides parents to online resources
Investigation ongoing for suspicious death case involving Michael McCormick’s mother
All businesses at the Sooke Centre Mall were affected by a power outage on Sunday and Monday.
Alan MacGillivray’s 1958 Jaguar Salon just won a sweep of recognition at the recent Jaguar show in Oak Bay.
Traffic on Wadams Way will be managed with stop signs.
A local woman has set up a fund for a man who lost everything in a devastating house fire on July 14.