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2015/04/17 19:12
2015/04/17 19:12
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Photographer Matthew Brandt isn’t the first abstract artist exploring his medium, but he might be the first to use semen to coax his images on to paper. Smoke emanating from Chris McCaw’s...
2015/04/17 19:12
2015/04/17 19:12
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2015/04/16 01:19
2015/04/16 01:19
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This cycling event isn’t fast and dangerous, it is fast and fun. The Greater Victoria School Bike League’s fourth annual BikeJam, spread out over the hills behind the lower fields at the Juan de Fuca...
2015/04/15 12:08
2015/04/15 12:08
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Kinder Morgan, one of the world’s biggest exporters/transporters of petroleum and Alberta crude, paid a visit to the Sooke council chambers April 7 to address the local concern for increased tanker...
2015/04/14 21:25
2015/04/14 21:25
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What an exciting weekend we have coming up on the West Shore with some great events to keep the whole family engaged in some world-class sports. Let’s kick things off with the Canada Women’s Sevens...
2015/04/14 21:21
2015/04/14 21:21
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The CRD will hire a consultant to develop options for an updated compensation philosophy and proposed adjustments to the board remuneration structure. With a report in hand, the CRD finance committee...
2015/04/14 21:21
2015/04/14 21:21
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Back in 1975, two friends decided to place an ad in the local newspaper to see if they could find like-minded people who enjoyed arts and crafts. They announced a meeting date, and were overwhelmed at...
2015/04/13 19:29
2015/04/13 19:29
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The Coast Guard says a Navy-contracted cargo ship is under emergency tow after losing power overnight in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The 685-foot Cape Intrepid was undergoing sea trials after a long...
2015/04/13 15:55
2015/04/13 15:55
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... dead, 1 critically hurt in kayaking incident in Wash. state SEQUIM, Wash. -- Two kayakers are dead and another is fighting for his life after they got caught in a storm near Sequim Saturday...
2015/04/12 07:56
2015/04/12 07:56
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Published: Sunday, April 12, 2015, 12:01 a.m. Book and documentary bring the Salish Sea to life Ignorance and indifference are the greatest threats to the Salish Sea but passion, science and art may...
2015/04/10 21:56
2015/04/10 21:56
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Patagonia gear: Patagonia gear experts will be at Feathered Friends, 119 Yale Ave. N., Seattle from noon to 7 p.m. on April 15. They will help repair gear, regardless of brand, and offer used gear for...
2015/04/08 02:19
2015/04/08 02:19
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A player who was once a bright light in the Victoria Shamrocks lacrosse organization will be remembered again at this Friday’s (April 10) John Crowther Memorial charity game at The Q Centre. Having...
2015/04/07 21:22
2015/04/07 21:22
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It’s that time of year again. The time when people are looking around their houses and yards, wondering how they’ve managed to accumulate so much stuff they don’t need and addressing how to remedy...
2015/04/07 16:24
2015/04/07 16:24
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In part 1 of a three-part series examining high school education on the West Shore, we look at provincial performance statistics and the difficulties with using them as indicators of how the system is...
2015/04/07 16:24
2015/04/07 16:24
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We line up at the gate of the construction site like we’re at Swartz Bay and the ferry is late. A pleasant smiling lady in a hard hat and safety vest approaches and I roll my window down. “Hi there,”...
2015/04/03 20:56
2015/04/03 20:56
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Salish sea: Meet Audrey DeLella Benedict and Joseph K. Gaydos, the authors of the new book “The Salish Sea: Jewel of the Pacific Northwest” and learn about the Salish Sea at 6:30 p.m. on April at...
2015/04/03 19:19
2015/04/03 19:19
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In part 1 of a three-part series examining high school education on the West Shore, we look at provincial performance statistics and the difficulties with using them as indicators of how the system is...
2015/04/02 19:20
2015/04/02 19:20
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The humming of the sewing machines, sergers and electric screwdrivers and the murmurs of wise old souls comes flowing up the stairs, growing in volume as I descend into the basement of the Juan de...
2015/04/02 18:20
2015/04/02 18:20
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One of the largest music festivals on Vancouver Island has announced its lineup for this year’s event, and it’s a good one. Rock The Shores, scheduled for July 18 and 19 on the soccer fields at the...
2015/04/02 17:08
2015/04/02 17:08
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Those who are pumped to catch some air on their bikes this summer, well good news: the Bike Skills Park will be officially unveiled to the public at the SEAPARC this upcoming Saturday, March 28. The...
2015/04/01 12:08
2015/04/01 12:08
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A new bylaw will be implemented on April 1 that makes all parks, playgrounds, playing fields, public squares and bus stops smoke-free. It also extends the smoke-free buffer zone outside of doorways,...
2015/04/17 19:12
2015/04/17 19:12
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