Image and text from Gregory Varano, Sooke photojournalist.
Today was another day of overwhelming news regarding the Coivid-19 situation in our country and around the globe. It got me motivated to find something positive in our community.
We are told to stay indoors if we go out to stay two meters (6.5 feet) away from each other and that is so important to do in order to flatten the curve and save lives.
I know people want to express their thoughts and feelings in regards to the current situation.
Windows have become a form of communication and expression from residents in our communities. Some are so unique they are bound to put a positive thought into your day, perhaps even a smile.
This is a montage of some of my favourite windows I stumbled on.
Next time you’re out for a walk, take a look around your neighbourhood and see what you discover.
- WorkSafeBC guidelines support safe reopening of businesses
- K-12 students to have optional in-class instruction on June 1
- COVID-19: BC announces a voluntary staggered opening of schools on June 1
- COVID-19: Applications open for temporary rental supplement in B.C.
- SEAPARC restricts registration to summer camp programs only, starts April 15
- COVID-19 Sooke: Outdoor burning ban extended, non-essential travel and camping discouraged
- COVID-19: Update from Sooke Mayor Maja Tait, April 6, 2020
- Stick in the Mud still roasting, shipping everywhere
- COVID-19: Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officers to aid in enforcement of social distancing and public gatherings
- Hope on display in Sooke windows: Photo montage by Gregory Varano