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The Juan de Fuca Salmon Restoration Society was formed as a result of a symposium on salmon organized by the Sooke Region Historical Society in September 2002 which was held at Edward Milne Community School. Many presenters from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds of experience made contributions to the two-day program, titled SALMON: PAST–PRESENT-FUTURE.

For more information please check out their website.

BC
The non-profit Weston A. Price Foundation - Victoria Chapter maintains a list of locally sourced nutrient-dense farm-fresh foods that can be viewed here: http://chapters.westonaprice.org/victoriabc/local-sources-of-traditional... We also have a Face Book page for the chapter here: http://www.facebook.com/wapfvancouverislandchapter
BC V9Z 1B4
250-642-3624

Our Club accepted the "Lioness Bridging Program" offered by Lions International and "bridged" our "Lioness Club" (formerly Sooke Lioness Club) in September 2003 which became our official charter date. There were 25 original members of the newly formed Sooke Lioness Lions Club.  On July 1, 2010 we re-named our club to the Sooke Harbourside Lions Club.

In 2011, 41 members are very active in the Sooke community, but work closely with Lions and Lioness Clubs in Multiple District 19 (British Columbia, Washington, and Northern Idaho).

Sooke, BC
(250) 381-8175

The Holy Trinity Church has been a focal point of the community since it was founded in 1883.

Saturdays at 5 pm
Early Church: Holy Communion in an informal setting
Sundays at 10 am
Holy Communion with choir and religious education for children

1962 Murray Road
Sooke, BC
(250) 642-3172

In the SENĆOŦEN language, the word T'Sou-ke is the name of the Stickleback fish that live in the estuary of the river. Exposure to Europeans through the Hudson's Bay Company saw the name changed first to Soke and then Sooke. That English name is now common and is used for many things including the name of our neighbouring town, the river and basin, the main road.

For more information check out our website.

2154 Lazzar Rd.
Sooke, BC V9Z 1G1
250-642-3957

The Sooke Children's Garden Club meets monthly from May till October; all children from the age of 3 are welcome to attend to learn 'how to grow'. The club is free for families and thanks the Sooke Lions, Harbourside Lions and the Rotary Club for their support.

We offer the opportunity for children to learn the basics of gardening, environmental stewardship, encourage them to volunteer in our community and support the Sooke Fall Fair.

You can also find more information on the our webpage.

BC
(250) 642-3798

Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery was born from a passion for bees.  Bees are the central focus of our business.  Without their success, we would not have honey.   Without honey there is no mead.

8750 West Coast Road
Sooke, BC V9Z 1H2
(250) 642-1956

Since, 1995, we‘ve prided ourselves in providing our customers with the best quality vitamins, minerals, herbal remedies and nutritional supplements from top quality brands such as Natural Factors, Genuine Health, Sisu, Flora ,and more. We also offer organic & natural groceries. Our site checkout is secure.  We hope you enjoy your shopping experience.

For more information check out our website.

 

6716 W Coast Road
Sooke, BC V9Z 1H4
(250) 642-4011

If you live in Sooke or the surrounding area in BC, then you have picked the perfect site to find a veterinarian. Our licensed veterinarians treat all types of pets and animals.  Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.

Welcome to Saseenos Veterinary Services Ltd
Your Veterinarian in Sooke, BC
Call us at 250-642-7387

For more information please check out our website.

5490 Sooke Road RR 1
Sooke, BC V9Z 0C7
(250) 642-7387

We Started at Home:

Although much of the Women’s Institute influence in local communities is attributed to the early years of the province, we are still active in addressing issues as they arise.

Member’s of Shirley Women’s Institute spoke not only for themselves, but also for the provincial membership when they urged the Federal Government to stop the oil tankers from plying the West Coast, moving oil from Alaska to Washington State.

You can also check out the Women's Institutes of BC

BC
(250) 642-5327

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