SheepMetchosin Muse

The Communications group in the Metchosin Emergency Program is very interested in learning how many Metchosin residents are certified amateur radio licence holders, if they own a ham radio, and where they are located. If you meet those criteria, contact Communications Director Linda Payne by email or call 250-478-2505. If you don’t meet those criteria, ask Linda about an upcoming course the Communications group is arranging that will help you get your amateur radio licence.



The Metchosin Muse is a local non-profit, arts, interests and activities publication, produced by the Muse team. The opinions expressed in articles are those of the authors, not the paper. The Muse endeavours to promote harmony and involvement in the community and aims to interest a broad cross-section of the residents of Metchosin and Becher Bay.

The Metchosin Muse is published at the beginning of each month throughout the year, except August.

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Click to view "extras" – things we've mentioned in the print version but don't have room for, or things we learn about too late for publication.

The Muse is delivered, free of charge, to most households in Metchosin. Additional copies are available at Metchosin Country Store, the Community House, the Municipal Hall, My-Chosen Café, The Broken Paddle Coffee Shop, Red Barn Market, Happy Valley Store, Bill's Food and Feed in East Sooke, Royal Bakery, and Willow Wind Feed & Tack Store on Sooke Road. It is also available at the Juan de Fuca and Goudy branches of the Victoria Public Library.