Victoria, BC– The Capital Regional District (CRD) is pleased to announce that it is now offering additional incentives to the first 125 homes located in the capital region that participate in the Province’s Oil to Heat Pump Incentive Program. The … Continue reading →
I have never written a letter to a newspaper about anything. But I feel this message needs to get get out there. A bear trap has been set up, to catch a bear that has become habituated to humans. I’m … Continue reading →
Rotary Club of Sooke October 2, 2015 The Rotary Club of Sooke is always on the look-out for community projects in need of support. If you wish to request funding, the next deadline for application is coming up — October … Continue reading →
It does NOT get cuter than this! Here’s the news, from CTV.
See the original clip here.
[sam id=”15″ codes=”true”]It’s so easy to see The Bad. And conversations about The Bad tend to spiral into a whirlwind of agreement on shared despair and agony. It is our view at SPN that when a good news story pops up, we should … Continue reading →
Vote on advance voting days There are four advance voting days. Polls are open from noon to 8:00 p.m. Friday, October 9 Saturday, October 10 Sunday, October 11 Monday, October 12 Your voter information card tells you the address of … Continue reading →
The interview with the Liberals and NDP was not available on Soundcloud.
Some very good questions came up about the winter-tire requirement being issued by the BC Government effective October 1. I don’t have all the answers (and I’ve looked in a lot of places), but I can provide you with the following … Continue reading →
The following information on winter burning regulations in Sooke is from the District of Sooke website, referenced below in the Resources. Open air burning of yard and garden debris is permitted October 1st to May 31st each year, subject to … Continue reading →
VICTORIA – With winter quickly approaching, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure would like to remind motorists that beginning today, Oct. 1, 2014, winter tires are required on many highways throughout the province. Signs are posted on each of the … Continue reading →