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2015/07/03 08:34
2015/07/03 08:34
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Morning Star Staff Cameron Pierce transformed his life from lazy stoner to world-class rugby player, all because of one teacher’s influence. After flunking Grade 8 French and on the brink of failing...
2015/07/03 08:34
2015/07/03 08:34
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2015/07/02 22:21
2015/07/02 22:21
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A report into the Aug. 4, 2014 Mount Polley Mine tailings breach by B.C.'s information and privacy commissioner reveals the public has the right to know more about the mine previous to the...
2015/07/02 17:24
2015/07/02 17:24
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Scott Stanfield Record staff Marty Douglas’ talents extend beyond the world of real estate. The managing broker for RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty and graduate of Dale Carnegie is also a moderator,...
2015/07/01 13:08
2015/07/01 13:08
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B.C. Transit is making seasonal service adjustments to its bus service. The changes took effect Monday. Annual summer service reductions will go into effect on routes servicing schools including the...
2015/07/01 06:17
2015/07/01 06:17
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A UNIVERSITY of the Sunshine Coast academic is playing a key role in ground-breaking international research aimed at reducing the incidence of children being born stateless. Dr Harriot Beazley,...
2015/06/30 20:55
2015/06/30 20:55
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George Abbott: After pass-over for commissioner job, Liberal scandals accumulating, he opted not to renew party membership. After 17 years as an MLA and many years in cabinet, George Abbott is no...
2015/06/27 23:20
2015/06/27 23:20
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As Liberal leader Justin Trudeau looks for a way to re-ignite his chances of becoming Canada’s next prime minister, 13,000-year-old footprints found in B.C. last week may light the way. That’s...
2015/06/26 16:26
2015/06/26 16:26
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Abbotsford product Tiffany Picketts will suit up this weekend for Canada’s 2015 Women’s Super Series rugby team. The 5’10”, 180-pound Picketts is entering her third year with the University of...
2015/06/26 08:34
2015/06/26 08:34
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Armstrong’s Pleasant Valley Secondary School’s Class of 2015 valedictorians are Jenna Churchill and Mackenzie Moody. Churchill is a member of the renowned PVSS Adrenaline Dance team, and Moody is a...
2015/06/26 03:30
2015/06/26 03:30
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We start every day hoping it’ll be great, maybe even perfect. But then, after snoozing, commuting, sitting in meetings, and grabbing junk food, we realise that, once again, we haven’t exercised,...
2015/06/25 21:20
2015/06/25 21:20
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The Urban Wildlife Stewardship Society has a commitment for 25 doses of SpayVac from Immunovaccine Inc., a Canadian vaccine development company in Nova Scotia. The doses are to be used in a project...
2015/06/25 21:00
2015/06/25 21:00
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A stimulating series of art classes geared specifically for teens returns to the Kelowna Art Gallery this summer. The Friday for Teens Art Series will run from 9 am to 2 pm every Friday, beginning...
2015/06/25 04:20
2015/06/25 04:20
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Local baseball action heats up with the Oak Bay’s Junior Premier Mariners hosting cross-town rivals the Victoria Eagles junior premier squad Tuesday at Henderson Park. First pitch for their game will...
2015/06/23 21:24
2015/06/23 21:24
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Meet artist Rande Cook and learn more about his exhibition with University of Victoria professor Dr. Andrea Walsh at the Campbell River Art Gallery tomorrow at 7 p.m. Cook’s exhibition, Behind the...
2015/06/23 20:20
2015/06/23 20:20
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The summer solstice has arrived and with it water restrictions, so I’m going to depart from essaying this week and offer up some practical information on drought-tolerant plants. The trick in our...
2015/06/23 19:25
2015/06/23 19:25
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VICTORIA—Evidence of what could be the oldest family camping trip in North America has been discovered below the shoreline of a remote B.C. island. Fossilized human footprints believed to be of a...
2015/06/23 07:39
2015/06/23 07:39
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A subsea observation system being built by Ocean Networks Canada at the University of Victoria lets Girl Guides explore the ocean floor and will let scientists detect underground earthquakes or...
2015/06/23 04:39
2015/06/23 04:39
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Canadians trust homegrown brands most, according to a new survey. Tim Hortons, President’s Choice and Shoppers Drug Mart topped the list in the new ranking released Tuesday by the Peter B. Gustavson...
2015/06/23 02:39
2015/06/23 02:39
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More than 13,000 years ago, two adults and a child walked around a fire pit on Calvert Island, off the coast of British Columbia. The footprints they left in soft clay near the shore were soon...
2015/06/22 09:15
2015/06/22 09:15
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The Australian real estate market is in the grip of the biggest housing bubble in the nation's history and Melbourne will be at the epicentre of an historic "bloodbath" when it bursts, according to...
2015/07/03 08:34
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