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After four long years of almost daily subjugation to illiterate comments, moral bankruptcy, narcissism, misogynistic behaviour, global offences, environmental disregard, self-absorbed tweets, assault to democratic ideals, ungracious, dishonourable, undignified behaviour and profound lack of role modelling for our youth, I am finally able to respond, "Donald who ?"
Each week it's a highlight for us to read the history columns written by Elida Peers. We enjoy hearing about the people and events that have happened in Sooke and the region over the years. Elida brings them all to life with wonderful anecdotes and photos.
More directors added to board
Blasting caused power pole to move and faulted the circuit Wednesday
Sewage may have entered DeMamiel Creek and Sooke River
Suspect believed to be between 55 and 65 years of age
The park was closed on Wednesday after down power lines
Langford's Timothy Ross, 38, most likely drowned, according to JDF search and rescue
Reader says it's likely some Christmas-travelling politicians weighed the risks
Crew members were lacking experience and unable to detect navigational errors
Ground and air crews continue search Wednesday
Extended provincial orders in place until Feb. 5
Downed powerlines, fallen trees prevent access
Ground search continues; kayaker set off near Sooke at noon Sunday
What is healthy aging supposed to look like?
Sooke taxpayers have paid low taxes for years. Soon, they'll have to pay the piper
Like it or not, change and development will come to Sooke, and like it or not, taxes will increase. If we are to get anywhere close to a zero-carbon footprint by 2030, we must realize these facts.
Kayaker set off near Ella Beach at noon Sunday
'Where does it stop?' asks Lisa Hartt
Consumerism has taken the place of citizenship, writes David Suzuki