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Spring break to remain at one week for Sooke district

Sooke Board of Education has voted to keep its spring break one week long and not extend it to two weeks, as other districts have.
Banner year for aboriginal grad class

Banner year for aboriginal grad class

Sooke School District doubles First Nations grad rate in five years
New base ferry picks up the slack

New base ferry picks up the slack

At 6 a.m. on May 1, more then 200 people lined up at the CFB Esquimalt Colwood “D” jetty for a quick boat ride across the harbour.
Police seek forfeiture of motorcycle filmed at excessive speeds on Trans-Canada

Police seek forfeiture of motorcycle filmed at excessive speeds on Trans-Canada

The Yamaha R1 motorcycle that garnered national attention last month could soon be in the hands of the provincial government.
Langford entrepreneur marches into the Dragons' Den

Langford entrepreneur marches into the Dragons' Den

Former pizza delivery driver invents handy satchel for the up-sell

Colwood hits budget target

Colwood City Council approved its budget, along with a property tax increase that falls below the rate of inflation.
New fire pole gives Esquimalt firefighters an edge

New fire pole gives Esquimalt firefighters an edge

Pole's reinstallation marks a return to tradition for department

Drunken robber arrested after threatening to pull gun on liquor store clerk

The suspect put his hand in the back of his pants, and threatened the clerk with a gun if she didn’t sell him his booze of choice.

Toddler, cocaine found in backseat of suspected drug dealer's car

Hosers target vehicle fleets off Vanalman

Three businesses near Vanalman Avenue and Enterprise Crescent report that gas has been siphoned from multiple vehicles overnight.