Anyone else getting tired of the long long election? Advanced voting this weekend.
[sam id=”15″ codes=”true”]General heads up that police are tucked away on Sooke Rd, somewhere in the heart of construction. I won’t give away their exact location, but I can tell you this: They are NOT looking for speeders (I asked, … Continue reading →
NOTE: Advanced voting can be done between October 9 and October 12. For those who choose to vote in advance, you can attempt to ignore the final week of campaigning. The following voting location information is a general guide only! … Continue reading →
The following is a message from Conservation Officers, received via Wild Wise Sooke. The bear that was captured on Grant Road East this morning was humanely put down by CO’s. Be aware of the following facts: The bear that was caught … Continue reading →
As an older person … with cancer, I am keenly aware of my mortality … a compelling reason for me to be totally honest with myself. I have chosen to vote in this election because I am honestly voting FOR … Continue reading →
SPN published a letter last week from a reader upset that 1) another bear trap had been set, 2) that that bear would be caught and killed, and 3) that humans and their attractants were what caused the bear to … Continue reading →
From the heart of road construction, Sooke Fax and Copy filmed and posted a video of a large truck navigating our pending roundabout with grace and ease. Voilà! Living proof that it can be done.
VICTORIA – The Victoria Regional Transit Commission is asking for the public’s input on their fare structure review. Fare structure reviews are done every three years in the Victoria Regional Transit System and during this review period, the Commission is … Continue reading →
Following are two notices, one from ICBC and one from BC Ferries. Bottom line: expect heavier traffic, as per usual on long weekends. Plan your trip. Take your time. Look online before you go. ICBC: Drivers should expect changing road … Continue reading →
[sam id=”15″ codes=”true”]October 6, 2015 is the beginning of the Fall Regional Bike Count in the Capital Regional District. Volunteers will be at two locations in Sooke, including Otter Point Road at Wadams Way and Church Road at Throup Road, during … Continue reading →