Sooke

Over 86% of Sooke property owners pay taxes on time

The deadline for tax payment was July 2

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Shopping It’s back! The Sooke Night Market returned on July 2 after…

Otter Point Rd., Highway 14 upgrades start this month in Sooke

Work focuses on safety for pedestrians, transit users, and cyclists

Sooke Writers Collective releases new anthology

Lucky Number Seven features work from local writers

  • Jul 14, 2020

Purchasers Preview Night offers first glance into this year’s Sooke Fine Art Show

Annual event to be held virtually on July 23

  • Jul 13, 2020

Spend local and help local businesses

The Big Spend event asks consumers to make an intentional purchase at a local small business

Who is the average Sookie?

Statistics Canada, community members offer glimpse into who the people of Sooke are

  • Jul 13, 2020

Sooke Fine Art Show gears up for July 24 launch

Virtual event to feature more than 375 juried works from local artists

Sooke Crisis Centre closes doors

Services previously offered to be dispersed throughout community support groups

  • Jul 9, 2020

New affordable homes on the way in Sooke

Eight new affordable rental homes to be built at Hope Centre

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Day Trip Port Renfrew is dubbed the Tall Tree Capital of Canada…

Sooke homeless camp to stay until a solution is found

To forbid Ed Macgregor camp would go against Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Sooke and T’Sou’ke Nation receive financial boost for projects

Provincial, federal governments invest millions towards Greater Victoria infrastructure

  • Jul 3, 2020

Sooke RCMP seek video after tires slashed on five vehicles

10 tires damaged in overnight incident in Sooke

Sooke’s homeless reflect on housing situation

Ed MacGregor Park a new temporary home for Sooke’s homeless population

Library’s Summer Reading Club goes virtual

This literacy program is usually offered in person

Remains of black bear found near Jordan River

Passerby made grisly discovery on logging road

Sooke makes 1,000 paper cranes for resident battling cancer

Receiving the cranes, Sarah Galbraith-Bonella says she is ‘eternally grateful’ for the Sooke community

Is your local intersection or road slated for improvements?

Sooke’s $3.4-million road improvement program heads into third year

Sooke resident rallies for dog park

Sooke council invites feedback on parks and trails master plan draft