-by Britt Santowski, SPN Sooke PocketNews is open for comments, and will always be. Those who contribute their voices enrich the original content; it’s online collaboration at its finest. Collectively, we keep Sooke informed! I may remove intentionally hurtful comments, posts with swear words, and posts …Continue reading →
I have removed the post confirming that Tim Hortons is coming to town. Something I have never ever done before. Here’s why. Yes, Tim Hortons has confirmed their intention to come to Sooke. Yes, they have re-iterated the address. Yes, SPN …Continue reading →
Isn’t it fascinating how a bit of negativity can fill an entire room, or in this case, my brain? Yesterday, SPN published an information release from the RCMP. This release, not article, was issued in response to heightened community rumours of a …Continue reading →
To the idiot that hit a deer this morning at the top of the dip on Charters road—it’s 30 kph through there by the way—you need to grab a brain! The poor thing was left there to suffer with broken …Continue reading →
What do you think? Should the BC Government embrace ride sharing? Should the business of transporting people be left to buses and taxis? Could Sooke benefit from a new transportation option like Uber, or would their arrival have a negative impact? …Continue reading →
Tonight’s council meeting will consider the recommendations put forward by the grants Committee, Dec 14, 7pm, in the Council Chambers
“The Sooke News Mirror recently published an offensive cartoon about the arts community’s requests for Community Grant funding. We think this image, by wonderful graphic novelist Glen Lovett (with input by the inimitable Kay Lovett), paints a clearer picture.” – Submitted by Catherine Keogan, Executive Director of the Sooke Fine Arts Society.