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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.

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A group of Juan de Fuca residents has formed a non-profit society to launch a news and advertising publication for the Juan de Fuca Electoral Area. We will provide a forum for our rural communities to share news, exchange ideas and develop a sense of community. At the same time the publication will give businesses within and outside the electoral area an opportunity to promote their products and services and reach potential customers. We also hope to make current information about the region and its services available to the many tourists who visit the area each year.

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The Sooke Youth Council is a group of young people aged 13-21, facilitating new opportunities for youth to be leaders in grassroots community action and regional decision-making in Sooke. Its mission is to improve the perception and outlook of Sooke through youth engagement in positive progress. Its objectives are to initiate and organize a host of new events and initiatives, such as concerts and monthly film nights.

For more information check out the EMCSS Special Projects webpage or contact the Program office at 250-642-6371

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As Juan de Fuca regional residents we share this in common: 
We are gravely troubled by the staggering rate and volume of deforestation in our region. We believe that our forests are being grossly mismanaged, and that these lands which should represent our commons have been unjustly expropriated in the name of fast profit for industry shareholders, at the expense of ecological sustainability and what is literally the birthright ground for future generations. 
Our vision is two-fold:

1. An outright moratorium on old-growth logging.

226-1991 Kaltasin Road
Sooke, BC V9Z0B7
250-642-7994

Scouts Canada is the nation's leading youth organization. Joining Scouts Canada means starting on new adventures and developing valuable leadership skills.

Scouts Canada's mission is to help create well-rounded youth, better prepared for success in the world. Scouts is a world-wide program with millions of youth participating in 161 countries.

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(778)676-1314

Canadian Blood Services is a not-for-profit charitable organization that manages the blood supply in all provinces and territories outside of Quebec. Annually, Canadian Blood Services collects over 900,000 whole blood donations and delivers products to more than 700 hospital customers with every donation going on to save lives. We currently have one permanent site located in Victoria and various mobile clinics located throughout the Greater Victoria Area including one every 56 days in Sooke.

3449 Saanich Road
Victoria, BC V8X1W6
250-405-4306

To book space in the Sooke Community Hall: Sheila 250-642-3660

Administration: 250-642-5521

BC V9Z 0P7
250-642-3280

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.
For more information check out their BC website.

Sooke, BC V0S 0H3
1-800-663-7892

 

The Sooke Region Volunteer Centre was founded to promote and support volunteerism in the Sooke Region, and to build a community where everyone volunteers.

We:

6672 Wadams Way
Sooke, BC V9Z 0H3
250-642-6364 Ext. 235

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