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The community of Sooke is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, in Super, Natural British Columbia, Canada. Sooke is named for the T'Sou-ke Indian Band, the early inhabitants of the area. The name T'Sou-ke" was given to a species of stickleback fish that, at one time, was quite numerous in Sooke Basin. Sooke enjoys one of the most moderate climates in Canada. Typically warm and dry in summer, the fall months, too, are generally very pleasant. Winters are usually mild with frequent rainfall, some frost, and only occasional snow. The region, from East Sooke, west to the small surrounding communities of Jordan River and Port Renfrew, has a population of 10,000.
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