From Trumpeter swans and pelicans to sandhill cranes, a sighting is always fun
42,880 in forestry-related jobs have been lost while we were busy clear-cutting old growth forests
The number of anti-vaxxers who are simply scared of needles is under-reported, says letter writer
Canadians voted for action, not another re-run election in 18 to 24 months
The most costly election in Canadian history and voters did not even have an appetite for change
Green Party candidate Tara Howse comments on election results and political future
Do the citizens of Sooke think that we need cameras at the roundabout?
Wonder if they think the cost in financial and human terms was/is worth it?
Six parties win significant level of support
Cloverdale Curling Club has been in operation for more than 40 years
Wild Sky Sisters is a joint venture between Angela Moffitt and Tamara McLellan
In her Sept. 23 letter to the editor, Nina Leshinskaya writes in part: "those were two days of noise and air pollution." She was referring to the Sept. 18 Celebrate Sooke! event held at John Phillips Memorial Park.
There's nothing that protects Canada from stress on our democracy
Given the election was this week, leadership is top of mind.
I continue to encourage everyone to choose to get vaccinated
A new generation of residents saw forests as places for recreation and serenity
It will be the end of the trip as you will be prevented from driving further
It "makes me sick" to see and hear about anti vaccine and masks movement
Jim Hilton pens a column on forestry each week for the Quesnel Cariboo Observer
This has been a hectic week for me as I'm moving to the Senior's Village this week