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Mary P Brooke is running for SD62 school trustee

As Editor of Island Social Trends, Mary P Brooke will be stepping back from news reporting about the local municipal and school board elections in the west shore region. | Island-wide, provincial and national news coverage will continue. | Op-eds welcome.

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Mary P Brooke, Editor, Island Social Trends

Wednesday August 24, 2022 | LANGFORD, BC

Posted by Island Social Trends

Mary P Brooke is running for one of the four (4) trustee seats of the Belmont Zone on the Sooke School District SD62 Board of Education.

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Mary P Brooke SD62 trustee campaign website marypbrooke.ca .

The SD62 board has seven (7) seats. Four trustees are elected by voters in the Belmont Zone (Langford, Colwood, Highlands and Metchosin) and three trustees are elected by voters in the Milne’s Landing Zone (Sooke and Juan de Fuca).

She announced her campaign yesterday in social media. The campaign website is at marypbrooke.ca . Her campaign includes an emphasis on education excellence for learners at all levels, as well as bolstering and developing food security garden production and classroom curriculum.

The election date is Saturday, October 15, 2022.

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SD62 School District map showing the four municipal areas within the Belmont Zone.

Stepping aside from local election news coverage:

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Mary P Brooke is running for a seat on the SD62 Board of Education.

As Mary P Brooke is the Editor of this Island Social Trends news portal, she will now step aside from doing news-reporting about the local municipal election in the west shore (Colwood, Langford, Metchosin, Highlands, View Royal and Sooke).

Island Social Trends will not be reporting on any school district news until after the October 15, 2022 election.

We apologize if this inconveniences any of our regular readers who for many years have enjoyed our election season reporting and editorial insights.

Depending on the election outcome, we will be sure to provide post-election analysis.

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A series of publications spearheaded and edited by Mary P Brooke morphed along over the years, to ultimately produce Island Social Trends in mid-2020.

The first publication was the quarterly colour glossy MapleLine Magazine (2008-2010), followed by the weekly grayscale print newspaper Sooke Voice News (2011-2013), which evolved into the colour print/PDF newspaper called West Shore Voice News (2014-2020).


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Municipal Election Season 2022 Archive (by Island Social Trends)