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ITBusiness.ca
Words of inspiration and encouragement for women in ITand grow Microserve’s post-secondary scholarship and bursary funds at BCIT (Bri
Words of inspiration and encouragement for women in IT
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 15 hours ago
and grow Microserve’s post-secondary scholarship and bursary funds at BCIT (British Columbia Institute of Technology), University of Victoria and the University of Alberta. And Norma Tidd, PC Parts Now Inc. Founder, is a longstanding organizer... Read more
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The Northern View
Letters to the Editor: Thank you for the creative bursarya summer music camp for his instrument. After a bit of online searching, I enr
Letters to the Editor: Thank you for the creative bursary
The Northern View / Posted yesterday
a summer music camp for his instrument. After a bit of online searching, I enrolled him in a two-week piano academy at the University of Victoria. This was a great experience for him in many ways. He had the opportunity to see daily concerts from... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Wildcats add last hockey recruit for 2016-17U.S. at the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. Northern kicks off its seaso
Wildcats add last hockey recruit for 2016-17
The Mining Journal / Posted 2 days ago
U.S. at the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. Northern kicks off its season Oct. 2 with a home exhibition against the University of Victoria (British Columbia) before starting the regular season Oct. 7-8 against Wisconsin in Green Bay,... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Ryan Glanville looks to lead TRU to playoffsin the seven-team Pacific Division qualify for playoffs, which includes the lik
Ryan Glanville looks to lead TRU to playoffs
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
in the seven-team Pacific Division qualify for playoffs, which includes the likes of powerhouse programs such as UBC and University of Victoria. The 32-year-old Glanville has seen his soccer career come full circle and is back in the B.C.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Where to find an executive MBA to suit your stylethinker Henry Mintzberg—his multidisciplinary vision of management dominates.
Where to find an executive MBA to suit your style
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
thinker Henry Mintzberg—his multidisciplinary vision of management dominates. Peter B. Gustavson School of Business University of Victoria Location: Victoria Tuition: $32,127 Number of students accepted: 11 Male/female ratio:... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
University of Victoria team developing platform to monitor children’s rightsA new monitoring platform being developed out of the University of Victoria cou
University of Victoria team developing platform to monitor children’s rights
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
A new monitoring platform being developed out of the University of Victoria could one day have implications for children’s rights globally, an effort prompted in part because of Canada’s failure to adequately comply with a UN treaty that it helped... Read more
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BC Local News
Island Health and Seniors Advocate both look to improve long-term care– Adding Life to Years” (SALTY), and is being overseen by Dr. Leah MacDonald of
Island Health and Seniors Advocate both look to improve long-term care
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
– Adding Life to Years” (SALTY), and is being overseen by Dr. Leah MacDonald of Island Health and partners from the University of Victoria as well as researchers from Nova Scotia, Ontario and Alberta. The study, according to Island Health,... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Island Health and Seniors Advocate both look to improve long-term care– Adding Life to Years” (SALTY), and is being overseen by Dr. Leah MacDonald of
Island Health and Seniors Advocate both look to improve long-term care
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
– Adding Life to Years” (SALTY), and is being overseen by Dr. Leah MacDonald of Island Health and partners from the University of Victoria as well as researchers from Nova Scotia, Ontario and Alberta. The study, according to Island Health,... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Vikes women see soccer action Friday at Centennial— image credit: Jennifer Blyth/Oak Bay News The University of Victoria Vikes w
Vikes women see soccer action Friday at Centennial
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 days ago
— image credit: Jennifer Blyth/Oak Bay News The University of Victoria Vikes women’s soccer team hits the pitch today (Friday, Aug. 26), hosting the Western Washington University Vikings at 4 p.m. at Centennial Stadium. UVic’s men’s squad is on the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Column: Rental crisis needs attention nowI am getting increasingly concerned about where the university and college stud
Column: Rental crisis needs attention now
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 days ago
I am getting increasingly concerned about where the university and college students in our riding will live. The University of Victoria alone enrolls more than 21,000 students. Many UVic and Camosun students will live in residence or with... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Blood transfusion eight years ago saved Island woman's lifepeople make the choice to donate it’s a big deal,” said Foster. Thorpe started
Blood transfusion eight years ago saved Island woman's life
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
people make the choice to donate it’s a big deal,” said Foster. Thorpe started donating blood while he was attending the University of Victoria and said it just became a habit. He tries to make a donation about every three to four months. Thorpe... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Blood transfusion eight years ago saved Island woman's lifepeople make the choice to donate it’s a big deal,” said Foster. Thorpe started
Blood transfusion eight years ago saved Island woman's life
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 4 days ago
people make the choice to donate it’s a big deal,” said Foster. Thorpe started donating blood while he was attending the University of Victoria and said it just became a habit. He tries to make a donation about every three to four months. Thorpe... Read more
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BC Local News
Blood transfusion eight years ago saved Island woman's lifepeople make the choice to donate it’s a big deal,” said Foster. Thorpe started
Blood transfusion eight years ago saved Island woman's life
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
people make the choice to donate it’s a big deal,” said Foster. Thorpe started donating blood while he was attending the University of Victoria and said it just became a habit. He tries to make a donation about every three to four months. Thorpe... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Great weekend to gaze into the heavens in Metchosina powerful telescope that is sensitive to the conditions in which planets are b
Great weekend to gaze into the heavens in Metchosin
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
a powerful telescope that is sensitive to the conditions in which planets are born. Maan H. Hani, a PhD student at the University of Victoria, will present on Saturday night and discuss some of his research about the formation of galaxies and... Read more
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BC Local News
Break-in at UVic ends with arrestA Saturday afternoon break-in at the University of Victoria was quickly brought
Break-in at UVic ends with arrest
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
A Saturday afternoon break-in at the University of Victoria was quickly brought to a halt through the efforts of the campus security and Saanich Police. Around 1 p.m., security officers at the university responded to an intrusion alarm at the UVic... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Province needs to pony up for UVic land taxesyears ago, in 2003, the District of Oak Bay received more than $72,000 in grant
Province needs to pony up for UVic land taxes
Oak Bay News / Posted 5 days ago
years ago, in 2003, the District of Oak Bay received more than $72,000 in grants-in-lieu of taxes from the province for the University of Victoria. This year, the district received just $55,000. This despite increased costs and inflation, not to... Read more
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The Tyee
Dirty Water and Good Intentions: The Murky Case for Victoria Sewage Treatmentoxygen. Seeing as most organisms need oxygen to live, that’s not a good scenari
Dirty Water and Good Intentions: The Murky Case for Victoria Sewage Treatment
The Tyee / Posted 5 days ago
oxygen. Seeing as most organisms need oxygen to live, that’s not a good scenario. But Lowe says graduate students at the University of Victoria have been researching the effect of sewage on oxygen levels. “They have a study with Ocean [Networks]... Read more
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BC Local News
Saanich police arrest man during break and enter at University of Victoriaenter, one count of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and one coun
Saanich police arrest man during break and enter at University of Victoria
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
enter, one count of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and one count of uttering threats after an arrest at the University of Victoria Saturday. Campus security at UVic responded to an intrusion alarm at their unoccupied Child Care... Read more
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BC Local News
Caldwell ‘over the moon’ with bronze, but wanted goldRyan Mallette took over “a pretty hard situation” in Victoria, where Caldwell t
Caldwell ‘over the moon’ with bronze, but wanted gold
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
Ryan Mallette took over “a pretty hard situation” in Victoria, where Caldwell trains and is completing a French degree at University of Victoria. “We had a pretty hard year getting past that,” said Caldwell. “I’m pretty proud to say I could win a... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich police arrest man during break and enter at University of Victoriaenter, one count of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and one coun
Saanich police arrest man during break and enter at University of Victoria
Oak Bay News / Posted 6 days ago
enter, one count of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and one count of uttering threats after an arrest at the University of Victoria Saturday. Campus security at UVic responded to an intrusion alarm at their unoccupied Child Care... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Caldwell ‘over the moon’ with bronze, but wanted goldRyan Mallette took over “a pretty hard situation” in Victoria, where Caldwell t
Caldwell ‘over the moon’ with bronze, but wanted gold
Peace Arch News / Posted 6 days ago
Ryan Mallette took over “a pretty hard situation” in Victoria, where Caldwell trains and is completing a French degree at University of Victoria. “We had a pretty hard year getting past that,” said Caldwell. “I’m pretty proud to say I could win a... Read more
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BC Local News
Oak Bay pushes province to pay more for its properties— image credit: Photo contributed The province doesn’t pay its fair share for
Oak Bay pushes province to pay more for its properties
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
— image credit: Photo contributed The province doesn’t pay its fair share for the University of Victoria, says Coun. Hazel Braithwaite. She plans to petition other communities across Victoria and the province to back her Union of BC Municipalities... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Oak Bay pushes province to pay more for its properties— image credit: Photo contributed The province doesn’t pay its fair share for
Oak Bay pushes province to pay more for its properties
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 days ago
— image credit: Photo contributed The province doesn’t pay its fair share for the University of Victoria, says Coun. Hazel Braithwaite. She plans to petition other communities across Victoria and the province to back her Union of BC Municipalities... Read more
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BC Local News
Seeing Redreds, touches of burgundy and orange all bundled into one perfect plant. P.S.
Seeing Red
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
reds, touches of burgundy and orange all bundled into one perfect plant. P.S. Order them now. Christin Geall is an avid Oak Bay gardener and a creative non-fiction writing instructor with the University of Victoria. cultivatedbyc... Read more
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CTV News
British Columbia civil rights group punches above its weight in national legal disputesto Trinity Western University's bid to open a Christian law school and the prot
British Columbia civil rights group punches above its weight in national legal disputes
CTV News / Posted 8 days ago
to Trinity Western University's bid to open a Christian law school and the protest rights of a pro-life group at the University of Victoria. "We're trying to establish the architecture for rights. We're there to help build the scaffolding,"... Read more
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The New Yorker
Lesbian Nationif !” said Chris Fox, who once owned that frost-bound farm with Heather and is
Lesbian Nation
The New Yorker / Posted 9 days ago
if !” said Chris Fox, who once owned that frost-bound farm with Heather and is now pursuing a doctorate in English at the University of Victoria. “People were fucking their brains out.”“I’d be upset, too, if they replaced my golden parachute with... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Seeing Redreds, touches of burgundy and orange all bundled into one perfect plant. P.S.
Seeing Red
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 days ago
reds, touches of burgundy and orange all bundled into one perfect plant. P.S. Order them now. Christin Geall is an avid Oak Bay gardener and a creative non-fiction writing instructor with the University of Victoria. cultivatedbyc... Read more
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BC Local News
City hopes to strengthen relationship with China during upcoming missionChina in the fall. Mayor Lisa Helps will lead a 19-person delegation, includin
City hopes to strengthen relationship with China during upcoming mission
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
China in the fall. Mayor Lisa Helps will lead a 19-person delegation, including representatives from Tourism Victoria, the University of Victoria, Royal Roads University, Camosun College and Alacrity Foundation, departing for China on Friday, Oct.... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Rowing into Polandare back out in Victoria now for more training with the rest of their crew, Oli
Rowing into Poland
Barrie Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
are back out in Victoria now for more training with the rest of their crew, Olivia King and Becca Zimmerman, both University of Victoria students, making up the four that will be heading to Poland on Aug. 28. Training typically 20 to 30... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Aspiring doctor from Metchosin duplicates mom's scholarship featBranch 292 in Victoria, is a recent graduate of Pacific Christian School and is
Aspiring doctor from Metchosin duplicates mom's scholarship feat
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
Branch 292 in Victoria, is a recent graduate of Pacific Christian School and is enrolled in the chemistry program at the University of Victoria this fall. There, she’ll begin to pursue her dream of becoming a pediatric surgeon, an ambition that... Read more
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Langley Times
Langley's Matson ready to wear Maple Leafadmitted. Matson — who graduated from Walnut Grove in June — had planned on mo
Langley's Matson ready to wear Maple Leaf
Langley Times / Posted 11 days ago
admitted. Matson — who graduated from Walnut Grove in June — had planned on moving to Victoria for September to attend the University of Victoria and row for the Vikes. But his selection to the Canadian junior national team sped the process... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Vikes women welcome Japanese U18s— image credit: Jennifer Blyth/Oak Bay News With league play around the corner
Vikes women welcome Japanese U18s
Oak Bay News / Posted 11 days ago
— image credit: Jennifer Blyth/Oak Bay News With league play around the corner, the University of Victoria women’s basketball team enjoys an international match-up Tuesday, Aug. 23 and Wednesday, Aug. 24 when the Vikes host the Japanese U18... Read more
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BC Local News
Weaver named local Green candidateget an opinion when you ask people. I love that, I love being challenged.” Wea
Weaver named local Green candidate
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
get an opinion when you ask people. I love that, I love being challenged.” Weaver has served as MLA since 2013 when the University of Victoria climate scientist and Nobel Prize co-winner ousted incumbent Liberal and veteran cabinet minister Ida... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Weaver named local Green candidateget an opinion when you ask people. I love that, I love being challenged.” Wea
Weaver named local Green candidate
Oak Bay News / Posted 12 days ago
get an opinion when you ask people. I love that, I love being challenged.” Weaver has served as MLA since 2013 when the University of Victoria climate scientist and Nobel Prize co-winner ousted incumbent Liberal and veteran cabinet minister Ida... Read more
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BC Local News
Local woman opens up about autism, Aspberger’sget diagnosed as an adult. Patrick Dwyer facilitates Authors with Autism, a pe
Local woman opens up about autism, Aspberger’s
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
get diagnosed as an adult. Patrick Dwyer facilitates Authors with Autism, a peer-support sharing and writing group at the University of Victoria, and said the high cost of diagnostic assesements as an adult, which range from $2,000 to $4,000, are... Read more
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New Kerala
World's first discovery about early use of stone age tools made in Jordan - newkerala.com #105985research published in the Journal of Archaeological Science by a team led by pa
World's first discovery about early use of stone age tools made in Jordan - newkerala.com #105985
New Kerala / Posted 13 days ago
research published in the Journal of Archaeological Science by a team led by paleoanthropologist April Nowell of the University of Victoria reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in a former... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
University of Victoria researcher close to developing syphilis vaccineA University of Victoria researcher says she and a colleague are close to devel
University of Victoria researcher close to developing syphilis vaccine
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
A University of Victoria researcher says she and a colleague are close to developing a vaccine for syphilis, a disease that has reached its highest rates in B.C. in 30 years. Microbiologist Caroline Cameron and Sheila Lukehart, a professor in the... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
VIU alumna chosen for international chemometrics conferenceback at her alma mater, hard at work in Vancouver Island University’s Applied E
VIU alumna chosen for international chemometrics conference
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
back at her alma mater, hard at work in Vancouver Island University’s Applied Environmental Research Laboratories. But the University of Victoria doctoral candidate did get a break from her schedule when she was asked to participate in a six-week... Read more
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BC Local News
Kwantlen Walking Tours a 'powerful healing journey'walking tours next year. Atkins has been heavily involved in the Truth and Rec
Kwantlen Walking Tours a 'powerful healing journey'
BC Local News / Posted 14 days ago
walking tours next year. Atkins has been heavily involved in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and is heading to the University of Victoria in September to pursue a degree in history and indigenous studies. “I was lucky enough to grow up... Read more
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Langley Times
Kwantlen Walking Tours a 'powerful healing journey'walking tours next year. Atkins has been heavily involved in the Truth and Rec
Kwantlen Walking Tours a 'powerful healing journey'
Langley Times / Posted 14 days ago
walking tours next year. Atkins has been heavily involved in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and is heading to the University of Victoria in September to pursue a degree in history and indigenous studies. “I was lucky enough to grow up... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Tools solve Stone Age mystery: Cavemen were smarter than we thoughtstudy appears in the latest edition of the Journal of Archaeological Science (P
Tools solve Stone Age mystery: Cavemen were smarter than we thought
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 14 days ago
study appears in the latest edition of the Journal of Archaeological Science (PDF). A team of researchers from Canada's University of Victoria and several American universities used modern forensic tools on ancient ones created over 250,000... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The story of the Fraser River: A 'symbol of life' that can also be violent and deadlyresolve. He was, after all, a competitive long-distance swimmer, first with a l
The story of the Fraser River: A 'symbol of life' that can also be violent and deadly
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
resolve. He was, after all, a competitive long-distance swimmer, first with a local club in New Westminster, then for the University of Victoria swim team. In the 1980s, he was doing two 10-kilometre workouts a day in the university pool. He was... Read more
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BikeRadar
5 steps to recover faster from a hard ridedoing nothing. While rest is essential to your recovery strategy, it isn’t the
5 steps to recover faster from a hard ride
BikeRadar / Posted 15 days ago
doing nothing. While rest is essential to your recovery strategy, it isn’t the only factor. In fact, a study from the University of Victoria in Canada found three different ‘active’ recovery practices (low-intensity exercise, massage and ice)... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Siblings sharing spotlightin addition to concerts across Canada and a couple of spots in the U.S. Qristi
Siblings sharing spotlight
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 16 days ago
in addition to concerts across Canada and a couple of spots in the U.S. Qristina, 25, did her undergrad in biology at the University of Victoria and then did a masters in health sciences in the Netherlands. After she completes her masters in... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Siblings sharing spotlightin addition to concerts across Canada and a couple of spots in the U.S. Qristi
Siblings sharing spotlight
Barrie Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
in addition to concerts across Canada and a couple of spots in the U.S. Qristina, 25, did her undergrad in biology at the University of Victoria and then did a masters in health sciences in the Netherlands. After she completes her masters in... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Second shot at gloryStellingwerff since the London Olympics. She and her husband, Trent, had their
Second shot at glory
Sarnia Observer / Posted 17 days ago
Stellingwerff since the London Olympics. She and her husband, Trent, had their first child. She began coaching at the University of Victoria. She became the face of Canadian track athletes wronged by drug cheats. What didn't change was her... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Second shot at gloryStellingwerff since the London Olympics. She and her husband, Trent, had their
Second shot at glory
Chatham Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
Stellingwerff since the London Olympics. She and her husband, Trent, had their first child. She began coaching at the University of Victoria. She became the face of Canadian track athletes wronged by drug cheats. What didn't change was her... Read more
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Oak Bay News
UVic Vikes back in actionThis week brings the return of sports action to the University of Victoria, wit
UVic Vikes back in action
Oak Bay News / Posted 18 days ago
This week brings the return of sports action to the University of Victoria, with the men’s basketball team playing the Charlotte 49ers at CARSA (Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities). Tip-off is at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15. On... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Head of missing, murdered indigenous women inquiry ‘able to walk in both worlds’Buller was called to the bar in 1988 after receiving a bachelor’s degree in ant
Head of missing, murdered indigenous women inquiry ‘able to walk in both worlds’
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Buller was called to the bar in 1988 after receiving a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and then a law degree from the University of Victoria. She told the magazine that she went to law school expecting to work in contracts and wills, but then... Read more
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