Sooke News Staff

New space secured for Sooke homeless

The shelter will be ready for residents on July 20

Award-winning environmental doc screened for free

Sooke’s Awareness Film Night moviegoers invited to a virtual screening of A Need to Grow

Sooke motorcyclists bless bikes

Special pandemic precautions taken at annual event

Bulk water filling station opens at Otter Point

New facility will have ‘positive impact’ in the area, says CRD director

First parks reopen in Sooke after coronavirus closures

Parks gates open at 4 p.m. Friday, say officials

Sooke Chamber of Commerce’s shop local initiative to help small business and community

Business group launching BetterBuySooke.ca, a “buy now, redeem later” gift card

Killer whales make visit to Sooke

Pod sighted from East Sooke to Otter Point

Sooke museum, recreation centre closed due to COVID-19

No timeline when facilities will re-open

Orcas visit Sooke over the weekend

Killer whales, or orcas, are top predators and cultural icons of the Salish Sea

Sooke Wrestling Club shows muscle in first season

Three earn spots in B.C. championships

PHOTOS: Winter Wildlife

A local photographer pictures bird populations over the winter

UPDATE: East Sooke brush fire ‘was just dense, white smoke,’ says resident

Crews were ‘on top of’ three-hectare fire shortly after 5 p.m.

Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra welcomes summer with two concerts

Classical musical events planned for Sooke and Metchosin

Search and rescue operation in Sooke Hills on Sunday

Crews stretchered one person out of backcountry near Sugarloaf Mountain

Alcohol and drugs ruled out in serious crash that closed Sooke Rd last week

All three drivers taken to hospital have since been released

Overnight closure planned on Pacific Marine Circle route

Timber box culvert being replaced at Henson Creek

Weekend revellers keep Sooke police busy

Mounties respond to 68 calls for service

Sudden death in Sooke deemed non-criminal

The case has been turned over to the BC Coroners Service

Rain and darkness can be a deadly combination

ICBC stats show nine out of 10 drivers worry about hitting a pedestrian at night, particularly in wet weather.

They are just Fudge in a Round

Island couple to appear on Dragon’s Den, after gaining popularity with their product featured in Pre-Oscar and Pre-Emmy swag bags.