High-impact regional and national news out of Sooke, BC, Canada: breaking news
Local focus on Sooke & the West Shore of Vancouver Island: local breaking news
Reach our attentive readers with ads in Sooke Voice News. We reach far beyond Sooke borders! Our news reporting and analysis has regional impact as we cover municipal news of Sooke, Colwood, Langford and the Juan de Fuca Electoral area. We also now focus on health and education issues.
ONLINE WEEKLY EDITION and ARCHIVES: Sooke Voice News full print edition is published online weekly - read SVN online [to receive the weekly PDF in your Inbox, please purchase a digital subscription]. Ongoing breaking news posted on this website - regional & BC and local. Tweets release the fastest local, regional and national breaking news daily (posted real-time on this page for the convenience of a wider readership).
COURTESY PRINT greyscale EDITION Free take-home copies available each week while supplies last (remember to subscribe) -- at Sooke locations that support Sooke Voice News with advertising and other distribution support, including Castle Beer & Wine Store, Cathy's Corner Cafe, Mom's Cafe, Peoples Drug Mart, Prestige Oceanfront Resort, Reading Room Cafe, SEAPARC Leisure Complex, Serious Coffee, Sooke Library, Sooke Region Museum, Sooke Yoga, The Stick in the Mud. Read while you wait (Sooke): Cafe Mat, Dumont Tire, Island Haircutting, Kelz Bake Shop, RBC Bank, TD Bank, West Coast Family Medical Centre. Read while you wait (Langford): Great Canadian Oil Change, Juan de Fuca Constituency Office. Also available in Port Renfrew: Port Renfrew Library.
HEADLINES: Public open house on emergency preparedness: April 24 in Sooke, 5 to 8pm | Earth Day statement from Premier Christy Clark | CRD to purchase Sooke Potholes | Federal budget April 21 - commentary | Council beats 'town centre comes first' drum | Parking issues at Prestige Hotel on busy weekends | Active Saturday in Sooke April 18 | BC Wild Arc releases eagle (pg1) | Sooke releases 4-year strategic plan | NDP MPs pitch for reopening of Kitsilano Coast Guard base | John Horgan says BC Ferries should be a crown corporation or part of Transportation ministry
INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICE
| News that matters
For attentive, inquisitive readers. | Subscribe to the Print/PDF edition