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2015/05/21 23:19
2015/05/21 23:19
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Canadian coastal communities will be better prepared for rising sea levels and other effects of climate change, thanks to the work of View Royal resident Clayton Hiles and his Victoria-based...
2015/05/21 23:19
2015/05/21 23:19
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2015/05/21 20:20
2015/05/21 20:20
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Youth mental health is up for discussion at the University of Victoria with a film screening and expert panel. The Faculty of Education at UVic hosts the free showing of award-winning documentary Who...
2015/05/21 17:30
2015/05/21 17:30
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The countdown is on for this year’s Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) which takes place May 27-30 in Saskatoon and a computer whiz kid from Parksville is up for the challenge. Next week Ryan...
2015/05/20 16:10
2015/05/20 16:10
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Nanaimo secondary school students ran fastest and jumped highest at the Vancouver Island High School Track and Field Championships. Every local high school sent athletes to the Island meet, held May...
2015/05/20 14:19
2015/05/20 14:19
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In a dusty, massive chest in the basement of a home in Tacoma, Wash., retired University of Victoria psychology professor Charles Tolman found a key. Not a real, physical key, mind you. A...
2015/05/19 19:23
2015/05/19 19:23
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Campbell River Christian School's Joanna Williams swept to a pair of distance-running titles and Carihi's Hayley Hunter set a new record in the javelin throw to highlight performances by local...
2015/05/19 19:17
2015/05/19 19:17
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Langley Community Music School welcomes some of the world’s best musicians and educators to its faculty in 2015. The lineup includes famed pianist Henri-Paul Sicsic, Borealis String Quartet...
2015/05/19 15:24
2015/05/19 15:24
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Submitted to The Record After the amazing hubbub of last Thursday’s successful four-hour fundraiser for the survivors of the Nepal earthquake when all the money raised was sent to the Canadian Red...
2015/05/19 13:08
2015/05/19 13:08
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Bill Skuce was a talented artist, an athlete, a friend to many and a gentleman with a sense of humour. That’s what those who knew him said. Bill Skuce died quietly and peacefully at home on February...
2015/05/19 02:39
2015/05/19 02:39
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Sarah Hoffman was at a junior high school in northern Alberta when Ralph Klein’s government made deep cuts to the province’s school system. Conversations at the family dinner table soon turned...
2015/05/19 01:59
2015/05/19 01:59
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Daytona Beach, Fla. – After a practice round on Monday, the 64th Annual National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Men’s Golf National Championship is set to begin Tuesday morning with four...
2015/05/18 22:00
2015/05/18 22:00
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Make it a three-peat for the Kelowna Owls senior girls soccer team. KSS won its third consecutive Okanagan Valley AAA title last Thursday with a 1-0 home pitch win over the South Kamloops...
2015/05/18 17:20
2015/05/18 17:20
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Yesterday I met with a woman whose online handle is ‘Dahlia Queen’. She greeted me in her suburban driveway next to a trailer of Mitchell’s compost. She did not have bright spiky hair, nor a peachy...
2015/05/18 16:29
2015/05/18 16:29
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Compared with national and regional programmes, global level recognition of the importance of indigenous knowledge to scientific assessments has been lagging. But recently there have been signs of a...
2015/05/15 17:56
2015/05/15 17:56
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On Friday at 7 p.m., three capable writers will entertain you with readings from their latest works at the Slocan Community Library. Ernest Hekkanen will present imaginative stories from False...
2015/05/15 13:39
2015/05/15 13:39
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A special report analyzing what works—and what doesn't—for motivating people to take action on climate change has been released today by the University of Victoria-led Pacific Institute for Climate...
2015/05/15 05:52
2015/05/15 05:52
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Compared with national and regional programmes, global level recognition of the importance of indigenous knowledge to scientific assessments has been lagging. But recently there have been signs of a...
2015/05/15 00:20
2015/05/15 00:20
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Oak Bay, Saanich and Victoria offered a list of potential places “technically feasible” to site wastewater treatment projects in each community. Each municipality, together called the Eastside Select...
2015/05/13 19:33
2015/05/13 19:33
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A former Richmond school trustee is now an Alberta MLA. Annie McKitrick rode the orange wave of support for the Alberta NDP party in the May 5 provincial election, winning the seat of Sherwood Park...
2015/05/13 16:33
2015/05/13 16:33
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Cary Feldstein was thinking about his twin daughters and their lives without him. As his body grew weaker, the stress of leaving family behind grew stronger. Feldstein, diagnosed with cystic...
2015/05/21 23:19
2015/05/21 23:19
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