A new floor Workers put the finishing touches on a concrete floor at Sooke’s new $1-million salmon hatchery near the Charters River Salmon Interpretive Centre. The hatchery, slated to open in late summer, is a project of the Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society and the Juan de Fuca Salmon Society. (Rod Sluggett/Sooke News Mirror)

A new floor

A new floor

Workers put the finishing touches on a concrete floor at Sooke’s new $1-million salmon hatchery near the Charters River Salmon Interpretive Centre. The hatchery, slated to open in late summer, is a project of the Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society and the Juan de Fuca Salmon Society. (Rod Sluggett/Sooke News Mirror)

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