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ajc.com
An Olympic odyssey: Where the games beganacross the Greek empire, but Olympia’s festival was always the most prestigious
An Olympic odyssey: Where the games began
ajc.com / Posted 3 days ago
across the Greek empire, but Olympia’s festival was always the most prestigious. The first to be established (in 776 B.C.) and the last to go (abolished in A.D. 393 by Roman Emperor Theodosius I, a Christian who deemed them pagan rituals),... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Pokemon Go comes to Canada: Key coverage to help understand the crazedata show that Canada doesn’t even crack the top 10. Prof. Lachman, an associa
Pokemon Go comes to Canada: Key coverage to help understand the craze
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
data show that Canada doesn’t even crack the top 10. Prof. Lachman, an associate professor of radio and television arts who specializes in augmented reality, real-world games and ethics, said Pokemon Gouses many aspects of games that have... Read more
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BC Local News
DeHart: Family-owned pair of businesses, side by sidebeing a media friend where he worked as a photographer for the Kelowna Capital
DeHart: Family-owned pair of businesses, side by side
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
being a media friend where he worked as a photographer for the Kelowna Capital News for many years, Sean was a lover of arts, culture, music and our community. A celebration of life service will be held for Sean on Monday, July 18, at... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Family-owned pair of businesses, side by sidebeing a media friend where he worked as a photographer for the Kelowna Capital
DeHart: Family-owned pair of businesses, side by side
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 11 days ago
being a media friend where he worked as a photographer for the Kelowna Capital News for many years, Sean was a lover of arts, culture, music and our community. A celebration of life service will be held for Sean on Monday, July 18, at... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Taking stock of downtown: Despite setbacks, success stories keep mayor optimisticon Rosser Avenue, as well as the brand-new storefront for Pirouette Active Wear
Taking stock of downtown: Despite setbacks, success stories keep mayor optimistic
Brandon Sun / Posted 13 days ago
on Rosser Avenue, as well as the brand-new storefront for Pirouette Active Wear on 10th Street. As reported last November, B.C.-based Resland Development Group halted the McKenzie Towers project that would have seen the historic building... Read more
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CBC.ca
Indigenous and Calgarian: How to create and preserve a sense of identityactually means.) And thus, actively negotiating with the hotly contested idea
Indigenous and Calgarian: How to create and preserve a sense of identity
CBC.ca / Posted 14 days ago
actually means.) And thus, actively negotiating with the hotly contested idea of what it means to be an Indigenous person living in an urban environment. In Calgary, a city contained in the traditional Treaty 7 territory of the Niitsitapi... Read more
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BC Local News
Summer shows heat up local galleriesAs summer heats up, so too does the local arts scene. Showing at Oak Bay’s Ave
Summer shows heat up local galleries
BC Local News / Posted 15 days ago
As summer heats up, so too does the local arts scene. Showing at Oak Bay’s Avenue Gallery through July 13 are new vessels by master ceramicist John Charnetski. After retiring from 24 years of visual art teaching at Malaspina University College in... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Summer shows heat up local galleriesAs summer heats up, so too does the local arts scene. Showing at Oak Bay’s Ave
Summer shows heat up local galleries
Oak Bay News / Posted 15 days ago
As summer heats up, so too does the local arts scene. Showing at Oak Bay’s Avenue Gallery through July 13 are new vessels by master ceramicist John Charnetski. After retiring from 24 years of visual art teaching at Malaspina University College in... Read more
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Mission City Record
Busy week on Mission's Twilight stageare reflected in all of his music, and the sounds take the listener to beaches
Busy week on Mission's Twilight stage
Mission City Record / Posted 16 days ago
are reflected in all of his music, and the sounds take the listener to beaches all over the world. His lyrics speak of living life to its fullest, exploring adventures and living life whole- heartedly. A true west coaster, Jack’s music,... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Adult colouring book illustrator hosts book launch in NanaimoThe natural landscape, sea life and animals along B.C.’s coast inspired artist
Adult colouring book illustrator hosts book launch in Nanaimo
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
The natural landscape, sea life and animals along B.C.’s coast inspired artist Yvonne Maximchuk to create an adult colouring book, Colour the British Columbia Coast. “I had seen colouring books and thought while they are beautiful I wanted to have... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Death of BASE jumper poses questions of riskSQUAMISH, B.C. – A rock formation called the Stawamus Chief Mountain overlooks
Mountain Town News: Death of BASE jumper poses questions of risk
Summit Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
SQUAMISH, B.C. – A rock formation called the Stawamus Chief Mountain overlooks Squamish, which is located about two-thirds of the way from Vancouver to Whistler. The first of the granite cliffs stands 600 metres (2,000 feet) high, and it has become a... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Triumphant return to Metchosin for young violinistthe Victoria Symphony, which was awarded to him following a blind audition on M
Triumphant return to Metchosin for young violinist
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
the Victoria Symphony, which was awarded to him following a blind audition on May 3. “I couldn’t be happier to be back living and working in my favourite city in the world, Victoria, B.C., and to be performing for my favourite audiences,” he... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada’s close-up: A long look at Martin Weinhold’s cross-country photo projectcompleted what he terms “full portraits” of 500 individuals. German-born, Berl
Canada’s close-up: A long look at Martin Weinhold’s cross-country photo project
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
completed what he terms “full portraits” of 500 individuals. German-born, Berlin-based, educated at the University of the Arts there, Weinhold went with the WorkSpace moniker “because I’m really interested in the relation between the person and... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Will wolves ever yip & growl in Colorado?three packs from Canada into Wyoming and Idaho in 1995 and 1996. Yellowstone Na
Mountain Town News: Will wolves ever yip & growl in Colorado?
Summit Daily News / Posted 28 days ago
three packs from Canada into Wyoming and Idaho in 1995 and 1996. Yellowstone National Park as of December had 99 wolves living in 10 different packs. That is a stable population, says Douglas W. Smith, who heads the Yellowstone Wolf Restoration... Read more

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