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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 to provide a forum for our rural communities to share news, exchange ideas and develop a sense of community. The publication will give businesses within and outside the electoral area an opportunity to promote their products and services and reach potential customers. We hope to provide current information about the region and its services for the many tourists who visit the area. Our goal is to protect, preserve and enhance rural life.

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250-646-2528

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

Administration: 250-642-5521

BC V9Z 0P7
250-642-3280

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 Library's mission is to enrich lives and communities through universal access to knowledge, lifelong learning, and literacy.  The Sooke Branch of the Vancouver island Regional Library (VIRL) provides programs, information and support.  We have free access computers and helpful staff.  Come visit us at 2065 Anna Marie Road, Sooke, B.C.

Phone 250- 642-3022 or for more information check out our web site.

 

2065 Anna Marie Road
Sooke, BC V9Z 0A4
(250) 642-3022

We are a recording studio and online radio station based out of Sooke BC.

A healthy community is one that is very active in the arts. Finding ways for engagement for each person can be a very enjoyable task for everyone! We encourage local shows and concerts in our community. All sorts of cool places to perform are right here! Such as: coffee shops, restaurants and pubs.

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Horseshoes is an activity for all ages from youth to seniors.  You can play just for fun or join an organized leqgue and play for competitive events.  We will provide free lessons for anyone who wishes to learn the art of pitching horsehoes.  Please check out our new website!

2250 Sooke River Rd.
Sooke, BC V9Z 0H5
(250) 642-7657

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

Through the centuries, nature has shaped the people and the history of the southwest coast of Vancouver Island. Presentation of this fascinating story, where the rainforest meets the sea, is the mission of the Sooke Region Museum.

It is a people's history, set in a land where a rainforest of infinite majesty matches the awesome grandeur of the Pacific Ocean breaking upon the western shore.

2070 Phillips Road
Sooke, BC V9Z 1H7
(250) 642-6351

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