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Seventy-five years ago this was the view from Sooke School looking out to the water and towards Woodward Point.
Olive and Peter Wadams arrived in Canada in 1929 and became significant Sooke pioneers
Clifford Patrick Welsh was born into Irish pioneer family in Sooke
Merle Barwis lived to the grand old age of 113, much of it spent in Sooke
Blessed as Sooke has been with generations of gifted artists, perhaps none has been more prolific than Captain P W deP Taylor.
Historian Elida Peers writes about the history of the Sooke area.
Long time Sooke resident passes close to 90th birthday
Historian writes about Norma Stolth Lajeunesse 1926 to 2012
Historian Elida Peers provides a glimpse into Sooke's past
The historical Margison House celebrates centennial
Sooke's historian Elida Peers and other locals remember the 1946 eartghquake
Elida Peers tells the story of a fortunate pig and a not so fortunate truck driver
Elida Peers, historian for the Sooke Region Museum, writes about the town's past
Sooke historian Elida Peers brings Sooke's history into focus
A short history of the cemetery at Millennium Park
"Man's man" John Acreman passes at age of 72, celebration of life announced
Moss Cottage was a home to many families over the years
Another snap shot of Sooke's past written by local historian
Elida Peers shares some of Jordan River's history with Sooke News Mirror readers
Frank Planes was the first born son of a T'Sou-ke princess.