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2014/07/26 01:19
2014/07/26 01:19
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A panel of four Royal Roads University professors will tackle the topic of the legacy of the 1994 Commonwealth Games, 20 years after they were hosted in Greater Victoria. Next Tuesday’s free public...
2014/07/26 01:19
2014/07/26 01:19
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2014/07/25 12:44
2014/07/25 12:44
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Hens will be allowed in residential backyards in Pitt Meadows for a one-year trial period that begins now. Council approved recommendations to allow hens in urban areas at a regular meeting Tuesday....
2014/07/24 02:42
2014/07/24 02:42
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University of British Columbia researchers plumbed the depth of a seasonally anoxic fjord, Canada's SAANICH Inlet, to chart how microbial community metabolism changes as oxygen minimum zones...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/07/23 23:10
2014/07/23 23:10
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A new initiative will help residents save Nanaimo’s native ecosystem and add to their own gardens. The city’s parks, recreation and environment department is looking into a native plant salvage...
2014/07/23 22:19
2014/07/23 22:19
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A sip of wine with your art? The Rotary Club of Colwood has an event for that. The third annual Colwood Rotary Art & Wine Festival returns to the Fort Rodd Hill national historic site Sunday (July...
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2014/07/23 17:55
2014/07/23 17:55
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Jack Hinder netted a hat trick for his Port Coquitlam Saints on the way to a 7-4 victory over SAANICH at the B.C. Peewee Provincial Championships in Richmond last week. Rahil Mawji added a pair in...
2014/07/21 01:18
2014/07/21 01:18
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No contest. With everyone there, the Cowichan Valley Intermediate B Thunder lacrosse team displayed complete superiority over SAANICH. It was a bit of a different story with several regulars not...
2014/07/18 06:17
2014/07/18 06:17
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They are not hard to spot this year in Langley. And for the problem they represent, they are remarkably good looking. Even if they had just raided your garden, you would have to admit that rabbits...
2014/07/18 00:18
2014/07/18 00:18
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Penny Bazuik won the battle for the low gross championship of the Ladies' Cowichan Open. Bazuik of North SAANICH and Lenore Davis finished tied at 80 after the regulation 18 holes at the Cowichan...
2014/07/17 22:23
2014/07/17 22:23
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An 11-month soccer odyssey culminated in aprovince title for the Riptide U14 boys. “To win gold is an accomplishment our boys should be proud of...and to win in such a dominating way is an incredible...
2014/07/16 10:55
2014/07/16 10:55
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A middle school counselor on the picket line tells videographer Christopher Bowers how she and other staff helped a child through a panic attack. Christopher Bowers has a lot of stories from his 40...
Read more at The Tyee, The Tyee
2014/07/15 17:17
2014/07/15 17:17
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A team of 25 represented the Langley Olympians Swim Club very well at the B.C. AAA long course championships at Victoria's SAANICH Commonwealth Place earlier this month. The meet featured four days...
2014/07/14 17:18
2014/07/14 17:18
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A loss in the last Pacific North West Junior Lacrosse League scheduled game didn't tarnish a brilliant regular season by the Cowichan Thunder. The Thunder dropped a 17-11 decision to Westshore last...
2014/07/11 20:20
2014/07/11 20:20
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Cowichan’s Midget A1 Thunder lacrosse team didn’t advance to the Island final and thus missed qualifying for the provincials, but deserves full marks for effort. The team battled hard through its...
2014/07/10 19:24
2014/07/10 19:24
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The Upper Vancouver Island Riptide U14 boys made their soccer season last nearly a year – and what a year it was. Pre-season training began in August, with a strong regular season seeing them finish...
2014/07/09 22:08
2014/07/09 22:08
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I have to disagree with the letter in last week’s Sooke News Mirror. I believe a park is set aside for all residents to enjoy. This park is big enough that you could have a children’s play area, a...
2014/07/09 21:39
2014/07/09 21:39
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Defense Attorney Christopher Mackie speaks with reporters after the verdict. Global News/Screenshot by CNET At what point is it possible that hurtful, juvenile attempts at humiliating a fellow...
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2014/07/09 21:01
2014/07/09 21:01
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A total of 62 Nebraska student-athletes across all sports earned recognition as Big Ten Distinguished Scholars during the 2013-14 academic year, including 14 Huskers who posted perfect 4.0 grade-point...
2014/07/09 19:18
2014/07/09 19:18
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Commercial marijuana grow-ops could come to Abbotsford despite efforts to keep them outside city limits after the province rejected the city’s proposed bylaw to ban grows from the Agricultural Land...
2014/07/09 12:08
2014/07/09 12:08
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Garrison succeeds at getting name change for new riding Esquimalt-SAANICH- Sooke to be new riding for 2015 Federal Election During the year long process to draw new boundaries for the 2015 Federal...
2014/07/26 01:19
2014/07/26 01:19
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