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2014/09/02 23:20
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The Victoria Peoples Drug Mart Walk for ALS will be held on Sept. 14 in parking lot 6 at the University of Victoria. Registration is at 11:30 a.m. The walk begins at 1 p.m. The event includes guest...
2014/09/02 23:20
2014/09/02 23:20
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2014/09/02 12:39
2014/09/02 12:39
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Raven, a Multi-Object Adaptive Optics (MOAO) science demonstrator, successfully saw first light at the Subaru Telescope on the nights of May 13 and 14, 2014 and completed its second run during the...
2014/09/01 22:00
2014/09/01 22:00
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By Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press VANCOUVER - All summer long, there's been one overriding conversation amongst the hundred-plus employees at a Vancouver financial firm who have school-age...
2014/09/01 12:19
2014/09/01 12:19
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Colwood Creek Park is branching out. Hundreds of new trees are coming to Colwood courtesy of a provincial grant aimed at providing cleaner, healthier air in a large-scale urban forestation program...
2014/08/30 21:59
2014/08/30 21:59
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... Man can dim the sun by policy, just as volcanoes dim it by eruptive excitement and towers of ash. — The material that would give the most bang for the black-budget buck is a light metal, such as...
2014/08/30 20:55
2014/08/30 20:55
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The call for volunteers to take part in Paul Walde’s site-specific sound performance project in the Jumbo Glacier area of the Kootenays last year was a bit perplexing. The intermedia artist, musician...
2014/08/30 02:10
2014/08/30 02:10
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When Lisa Danesin was a young girl she would sometimes find herself in trouble for doing what she loved. “I was that kid in school who was always getting in trouble for drawing on her desk,” Danesin...
2014/08/30 00:39
2014/08/30 00:39
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Over the past year, the B.C. government has signed deals with nearly half of its public service. Despite the flurry of successful agreements, the teachers’ union remains a loud and visible holdout,...
2014/08/30 00:09
2014/08/30 00:09
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Union accuses SFU of gouging international students International students at Simon Fraser University are being gouged on their health insurance premiums, says the Teaching Support Staff...
2014/08/28 17:30
2014/08/28 17:30
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... they recently wrapped up their islands cycling tour and are now on their way to the United States for a tour, West My Friend will be back on this Island by the end of...
2014/08/28 01:20
2014/08/28 01:20
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A cool viral trend promoting awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), called the “Ice Bucket Challenge,” has spread to Oak Bay. The challenge involves the participant dumping a tub of icy...
2014/08/27 12:08
2014/08/27 12:08
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Britt Santowski Sooke News Mirror This year, parents with children in the public school systems need to prepare for two completely opposing realities. Option 1: Make lunches and send the kids back...
2014/08/26 19:24
2014/08/26 19:24
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VICTORIA—Google Earth soon may extend it global gaze to some of the most remote First Nations’ territories in Canada. Google employees will be teaching members from about 70 First Nations across the...
2014/08/26 11:55
2014/08/26 11:55
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Mattson: 'My name's been cleared and my reputation has been restored and I can get on with my life.' The Ministry of Health has settled out of court with a third employee who was fired after a 2012...
2014/08/24 15:01
2014/08/24 15:01
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Contributor You may be surprised by how many people in the Central Okanagan are in hot pursuit of their family roots. With more than 130 active members, the Kelowna & District Genealogical Society...
2014/08/20 21:21
2014/08/20 21:21
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Several Chilliwack natives have quietly committed to post-secondary athletic programs over the past few months. The University of Northern BC Timberwolves are adding three locals to the mens' soccer...
2014/08/20 18:09
2014/08/20 18:09
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This almost fogeyish persona contrasted with the one presented by the tall, lissom blonde Candida Lycett Green in the 1960s, when she and her Old Etonian husband, Rupert Lycett Green, were at the...
2014/08/17 08:34
2014/08/17 08:34
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Mike Bennett is the third Thompson Okanagan Football Club player signing with the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer team for their inaugural season in the CIS Canada West...
2014/08/14 16:30
2014/08/14 16:30
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For a teenager who didn’t enjoy his first rowing experience all that much, Qualicum Beach’s Kai Langerfeld sure has made amends. Langerfeld’s father, who rowed at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal,...
2014/08/12 16:30
2014/08/12 16:30
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After spending time with the Victoria Grizzlies and Nanaimo Clippers, Tali Campbell is bringing his contacts and experience to the Save-On-Foods Oceanside Generals. Recently named the new community...
2014/09/02 23:20
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