Here are the SPN takeaways of tonight’s meeting, at which all six Councillors and Acting Mayor were in attendance. The media table was empty. The social media table, strangely, was non-existent. Disclaimer: My notes are done to the best of … Continue reading →
This mother’s message is one we can all benefit from. From CTV News Toronto. Applicable everywhere.
Original video, full article and more CTV Toronto coverage here.
–Log Watch press release Five Sooke residents gathered this past week for the first meeting of Juan de Fuca Forest Watch. They shared in common concerns regarding the unprecedented rate and volume of deforestation in their backyard forests. Other residents … Continue reading →
Over the weekend, two men went out for a fishing trip in the Port Renfrew area; their failure to return was noted on Sunday, and a search was launched, by helicopter and on the water. The search was subsequently called off. … Continue reading →
There’s a regular council meeting at 7pm, on Wednesday, March 29, 2016. If you prefer to watch from the luxury of your own home, you can access their online live streaming here. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, March 29, 2016 2225 … Continue reading →
The District of Sooke is seeking a Deputy Corporate Officer. Reporting to the Director of Corporate Services as a key member of the leadership team, this role has responsibility for the statutory functions set out under the Local Government Act … Continue reading →
The Federal Government has an online calendar that gives an estimate of your monthly tax benefit. The Child Disability Benefit is not taken into account. Access the online Canada Child Benefit Calculator here, or use the calculator in the frame below. … Continue reading →
The Sooke PocketNews six-day forecast shows it will be a beautiful week. Today’s high will be 13, and from there the highs go up. By Thursday, fingers crossed, we should reach 18 degrees! Clouds will be sneaking in for the … Continue reading →
–Neil Poirier Sooke’s schools are full. Where do we put Sooke’s next elementary school? First a little back ground. Every year SD62 submits a document to the provincial government making a case for the capital projects (meaning infrastructure) it requires, … Continue reading →
The following photos come from the Facebook page, Meanwhile in Sooke, a page operated by Benjamin Kendrick and populated by the good residents of Sooke. These are the photos from this past week. Enjoy! [unitegallery Meanwhile_in_Sooke_2016_13] Last 10 Meanwhile in Sooke Galleries … Continue reading →