Kevin Laird

Firefighters called for technical rescue at Sooke Potholes

Woman breaks her leg while walking along riverbed

Sooke to allow restaurant patios on streets and in parking lots

The virus has had major impact on local businesses, says Sooke mayor

The long road to recovery will have a few bumps

Some things will never be the same after the COVID-19 pandemic, local experts say

Sooke council approves new funding for chamber of commerce

A $16,000 service agreement to be created

Sooke council delays vote on Whiffin Spit memorial wall

Sooke district council has again delayed a decision to erect a memorial…

Work on Highway 14 realignment will start this fall

Sooke project moves into final stage after public feedback

Sooke Minor Fastball looks to salvage season

Guidelines expected to come from Softball B.C., Softball Canada

Sooke Philharmonic puts pause on Philharmonic Fling

Society board still hoping to stage event later this year

Island Health takes lid off bottled water

Rules eased for water dispensing machine use in grocery stores

Sooke RCMP not enforcing school zone speed limits

Because students not attending class, the school zone is not enforceable, police say

Hikers, walkers urged to keep distance as Sooke parks reopen

Whiffin Spit and Marine Boardwalk most popular areas for park users

Wild Wise Sooke urges bear awareness

Educational group kicks up social media presence in response to social distancing.

Sooke Country Market opens online starting May 2

Online version of farmers market created in response to social distancing measures

Sooke Canada Day celebrations cancelled due to COVID-19

July 1 events officially cancelled throughout Greater Victoria

Sooke home is a grand prize in hospital lottery

The grand prize winner can choose one of eight luxury homes around the province

COVID-19: Sooke eliminates community grants program for 2020

‘We need to find savings for our constituents and our community rights now,’ mayor says

Sooke set to begin overhaul of OCP

District to hire consultant to review document that hasn’t been updated in 12 years

Sooke woman, 93, sews aprons for grocery store workers

Emilia “Oma” Tkacz has been donating her crafts to the community for years

Bakery bakes, donates bread just for the Sooke Food Bank

Food hamper demand increases 40 per cent since March

Pacheedaht First Nation closes campground, lodge due to COVID-19

Health and safety of community top priority, says First Nation