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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
University golfers tee it upthe farthest travel award in this week’s Golf Canada University/College Nationa
University golfers tee it up
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 2 hours ago
the farthest travel award in this week’s Golf Canada University/College National Championships at Morningstar Golf Club in Parksville. Since classes ended, Tomie has been back home in Nova Scotia, working and practicing his golf game before... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
City of Parksville seeking evidence on case of dogs killing sheepParksville bylaw compliance officer Aaron Dawson has confirmed the city is inve
City of Parksville seeking evidence on case of dogs killing sheep
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 2 hours ago
Parksville bylaw compliance officer Aaron Dawson has confirmed the city is investigating a case of dogs killing sheep within the city. Two bylaw officers attended the scene at a farm on Stanford Avenue on May 11 at the request of RCMP, he said. "I... Read more
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BC Local News
University golfers tee it upthe farthest travel award in this week’s Golf Canada University/College Nationa
University golfers tee it up
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
the farthest travel award in this week’s Golf Canada University/College National Championships at Morningstar Golf Club in Parksville. Since classes ended, Tomie has been back home in Nova Scotia, working and practicing his golf game before... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Volunteers from local businesses take a turn as staff at SOS Thrift Shop in Parksvilleof commercial financial services for Vancouver Island North with RBC, said they
Volunteers from local businesses take a turn as staff at SOS Thrift Shop in Parksville
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
of commercial financial services for Vancouver Island North with RBC, said they were looking to do something in Parksville that has an impact on the local community. "We started looking at different organizations and SOS jumped out as... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Rental debateto the debate about private vacation home rentals, there doesn't seem to be one
Rental debate
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
to the debate about private vacation home rentals, there doesn't seem to be one easy answer. Many jurisdictions, including Parksville, are considering — or being asked to consider — the creation of bylaws that would put some kind of order to what's... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
TV production has positive impact for Parksville Qualicum BeachThis isn't the first time Parksville Qualicum Beach has been portrayed as a U.S
TV production has positive impact for Parksville Qualicum Beach
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
This isn't the first time Parksville Qualicum Beach has been portrayed as a U.S. location, and some are hoping it's not the last. This time around, Parksville Qualicum Beach is posing as Chesapeake Shores, a small coastal town in Maryland. Evelyn... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Residents who live near Englishman River seeking strict standards for loggingRecreation Council. "The Englishman River watershed serves as a source of drin
Residents who live near Englishman River seeking strict standards for logging
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
Recreation Council. "The Englishman River watershed serves as a source of drinking water for residents of the City of Parksville and provides critical habitat for many important wildlife species, including Roosevelt elk and bald eagles," she... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
External exhibit in Parksvilleopening reception for Hale’s external exhibit Cafe Adagio is Saturday, June 4 f
External exhibit in Parksville
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
opening reception for Hale’s external exhibit Cafe Adagio is Saturday, June 4 from 1 to 3 p.m. Café Adagio (147 Harrison Ave., Parksville) is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. — submitted b... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
DeCosmos celebrating 50 years in Parksville Qualicum Beachafterward. The opening reception for the monthly exhibit is June 4 at from 1 t
DeCosmos celebrating 50 years in Parksville Qualicum Beach
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
afterward. The opening reception for the monthly exhibit is June 4 at from 1 to 3 p.m. at the MAC (133 McMillan St., Parksville). The DeCosmos “Anything Goes” show will be up from May 31 to July 2. Along with the DeCosmos exhibition, there... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra coming to Parksvilledirected by violinist Karl Rainer, presents Vive le Concerto Saturday, June 5 a
Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra coming to Parksville
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
directed by violinist Karl Rainer, presents Vive le Concerto Saturday, June 5 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Edmund Anglican Church, Parksville. Bruce Farquarson, who spoke on behalf of the NCO, said the orchestra has regular gigs in the area. Tickets are... Read more
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BC Local News
Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra coming to Parksvilledirected by violinist Karl Rainer, presents Vive le Concerto Saturday, June 5 a
Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra coming to Parksville
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
directed by violinist Karl Rainer, presents Vive le Concerto Saturday, June 5 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Edmund Anglican Church, Parksville. Bruce Farquarson, who spoke on behalf of the NCO, said the orchestra has regular gigs in the area. Tickets are... Read more
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BC Local News
Residents who live near Englishman River seeking strict standards for loggingRecreation Council. "The Englishman River watershed serves as a source of drin
Residents who live near Englishman River seeking strict standards for logging
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
Recreation Council. "The Englishman River watershed serves as a source of drinking water for residents of the City of Parksville and provides critical habitat for many important wildlife species, including Roosevelt elk and bald eagles," she... Read more
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BC Local News
City of Parksville seeking evidence on case of dogs killing sheepParksville bylaw compliance officer Aaron Dawson has confirmed the city is inve
City of Parksville seeking evidence on case of dogs killing sheep
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
Parksville bylaw compliance officer Aaron Dawson has confirmed the city is investigating a case of dogs killing sheep within the city. Two bylaw officers attended the scene at a farm on Stanford Avenue on May 11 at the request of RCMP, he said. "I... Read more
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BC Local News
TV production has positive impact for Parksville Qualicum BeachThis isn't the first time Parksville Qualicum Beach has been portrayed as a U.S
TV production has positive impact for Parksville Qualicum Beach
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
This isn't the first time Parksville Qualicum Beach has been portrayed as a U.S. location, and some are hoping it's not the last. This time around, Parksville Qualicum Beach is posing as Chesapeake Shores, a small coastal town in Maryland. Evelyn... Read more
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BC Local News
Volunteers from local businesses take a turn as staff at SOS Thrift Shop in Parksvilleof commercial financial services for Vancouver Island North with RBC, said they
Volunteers from local businesses take a turn as staff at SOS Thrift Shop in Parksville
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
of commercial financial services for Vancouver Island North with RBC, said they were looking to do something in Parksville that has an impact on the local community. "We started looking at different organizations and SOS jumped out as... Read more
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BC Local News
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
8 related stories
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Alberni Valley News / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
8 related stories
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Comox Valley Record
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Comox Valley Record / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
8 related stories
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Campbell River Mirror
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Campbell River Mirror / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
8 related stories
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Oak Bay News
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
8 related stories
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Goldstream News Gazette
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Islandspecifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria
Meeting Tuesday could shed light on Graham Bruce's future with foundation that wants to re-start passenger rail on Vancouver Island
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
specifically to preserve the 319 kilometre rail/trail corridor between Victoria and Courtenay, Duncan to Lake Cowichan and Parksville to Port Alberni. The corridor includes both rail and trail initiatives. Formed in 2003, the ICF is a registered... Read more
8 related stories
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Stilwell’s workmake a change in the next election or get very comfortable with what you have,
Stilwell’s work
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted yesterday
make a change in the next election or get very comfortable with what you have, because there will be more of the same.” Parksville Qualicum constituents may also be unaware of Michelle as Minister of Social Development and Social... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Jays win two, lose twoto .350, 10th-best in the PBL. The Blue Jays have another four-game weekend co
Jays win two, lose two
Surrey Leader / Posted 4 days ago
to .350, 10th-best in the PBL. The Blue Jays have another four-game weekend coming up. They will visit the 9-15 Cardinals for two games Saturday, then host the 4-16 Parksville Royals for a double header Sunday morning at 11 a.m. at Mac... Read more
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BC Local News
Politicans cry for more fairness in funding policingcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Politicans cry for more fairness in funding policing
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), but Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Politicans cry for more fairness in funding policingcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Politicans cry for more fairness in funding policing
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), but Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Piano concert in Parksville with proceeds going to cancer researchand cancer survivor Crissa Constantine said shewants to help raise awareness fo
Piano concert in Parksville with proceeds going to cancer research
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
and cancer survivor Crissa Constantine said shewants to help raise awareness for immunotherapy and cancer research. Parksville resident Constantine will be having a fundraiser concert to raise money for cancer research at the Deeley Research... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Man with dementia who wandered away from Parksville home found safeA man suffering from dementia was located unharmed Saturday after he wandered f
Man with dementia who wandered away from Parksville home found safe
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
A man suffering from dementia was located unharmed Saturday after he wandered from his Parksville apartment, triggering a search by Oceanside RCMP and Arrowsmith Search and Rescue. RCMP were called to the apartment on Moilliet Street at 10:45 a.m.... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Author reading from novel at book store in ParksvilleJim Lynch will be reading from his latest novel Before the Wind at Mulberry Bus
Author reading from novel at book store in Parksville
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
Jim Lynch will be reading from his latest novel Before the Wind at Mulberry Bush Bookstore (280 Island Hwy. East, Parksville) on May 31. Before the Wind tells the story of an eccentric family of obsessed sailors who drift apart, but reunite to... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Partnership brings championship golf tourney to townitself needing a course to host its unprecedented third Golf Canada Collegiate
Partnership brings championship golf tourney to town
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
itself needing a course to host its unprecedented third Golf Canada Collegiate Championships, it cast its gaze north. Parksville’s Morningstar Golf Club will welcome 156 of the country’s top university and college players, from 32 school... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Royals resurrect May Long Weekend tournamentIt’s not quite the production it was in its first two decades, but the Quality
Royals resurrect May Long Weekend tournament
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
It’s not quite the production it was in its first two decades, but the Quality Foods Parksville Royals’ May long weekend baseball tournament returned to Springwood Park last weekend after a one-year absence. The Island Cup, a four-team jamboree... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Next step — landafter the facility opened. There are many ways to look at the impending creati
Next step — land
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
after the facility opened. There are many ways to look at the impending creation of a facility for the homeless here in Parksville. One of the them is to consider it something that's forward looking, perhaps a bit ahead of the curve for a... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Hey, wanna buy a marsh?think just on water alone you could make some very good arguments... for what t
Hey, wanna buy a marsh?
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
think just on water alone you could make some very good arguments... for what that marsh does to the water system," said Parksville Mayor Marc Lefebvre, pointing out water has been a hot topic in his city. In her presentation, complete with... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Parksville vaulters to represent Canada at world championshipsParksville's West Coast Vaulters equestrian vaulting squad will have a temporar
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Parksville vaulters to represent Canada at world championships
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
Parksville's West Coast Vaulters equestrian vaulting squad will have a temporary new name when it travels to LeMans, France for the world vaulting championships in August: Team Canada. The team of six horseback vaulters from B.C. and Alberta... Read more
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BC Local News
Hey, wanna buy a marsh?think just on water alone you could make some very good arguments... for what t
Hey, wanna buy a marsh?
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
think just on water alone you could make some very good arguments... for what that marsh does to the water system," said Parksville Mayor Marc Lefebvre, pointing out water has been a hot topic in his city. In her presentation, complete with... Read more
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BC Local News
Man with dementia who wandered away from Parksville home found safeA man suffering from dementia was located unharmed Saturday after he wandered f
Man with dementia who wandered away from Parksville home found safe
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
A man suffering from dementia was located unharmed Saturday after he wandered from his Parksville apartment, triggering a search by Oceanside RCMP and Arrowsmith Search and Rescue. RCMP were called to the apartment on Moilliet Street at 10:45 a.m.... Read more
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BC Local News
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Parksville vaulters to represent Canada at world championshipsParksville's West Coast Vaulters equestrian vaulting squad will have a temporar
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Parksville vaulters to represent Canada at world championships
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
Parksville's West Coast Vaulters equestrian vaulting squad will have a temporary new name when it travels to LeMans, France for the world vaulting championships in August: Team Canada. The team of six horseback vaulters from B.C. and Alberta... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Alberni Valley News / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Comox Valley Record / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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BC Local News
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
10 related stories
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Oak Bay News
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Oak Bay News / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
10 related stories
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Sooke News Mirror
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the mapcrime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people
Equity sought as Vancouver Island police costs all over the map
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
crime. The primary issue is where the system draws its lines. At 17,000 people, Port Alberni may have more in common with Parksville (12,000) than Surrey (500,000), But Parksville gets a 30 per cent subsidy while Port Alberni and Surrey are both... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Nanaimo boxing card announces its lineupVictoria’s Max Cullen; Faris Al Bukhari, versus Victoria’s Aaron Jones; and Dyl
Nanaimo boxing card announces its lineup
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
Victoria’s Max Cullen; Faris Al Bukhari, versus Victoria’s Aaron Jones; and Dylan Murphy, up against Nicholas Tilkin of Parksville. Arnott reported that tickets are going fast; all tickets cost $50. Doors are at 4:30 p.m. with the first bout at... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Cascades sign stateside golf standout Davisfour of their events thus far in 2016, and wrap up their spring season at the C
Cascades sign stateside golf standout Davis
Abbotsford News / Posted 5 days ago
four of their events thus far in 2016, and wrap up their spring season at the Canadian University/College Championship at Morningstar Golf Club in Parksville, B.C., which runs from May 31 to June 3. For more details on the team, visit ufvcascades.... Read more
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