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BC Local News
Claremont teacher takes reins for Green Party in Saanich Southrecently. As a youth he was involved in student politics, and held the role of
Claremont teacher takes reins for Green Party in Saanich South
BC Local News / Posted an hour ago
recently. As a youth he was involved in student politics, and held the role of vice-president of student services at the University of Victoria. But until recently, there was a gap where he had been focused on teaching, coaching and his family.... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Victoria folksters show their roots on Quiet Humand that’s how I got started playing an instrument.” She continued to play the
Victoria folksters show their roots on Quiet Hum
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
and that’s how I got started playing an instrument.” She continued to play the flute while studying music education at the University of Victoria, and it’s there where she picked up the guitar and started singing and song writing. She also met her... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Jock Talk: Basketball hits the CARSA hardwoodThe University of Victoria Vikes women’s soccer team makes up for the men being
Jock Talk: Basketball hits the CARSA hardwood
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
The University of Victoria Vikes women’s soccer team makes up for the men being on the road all week by hosting Thompson River at 5 p.m. at Centennial Stadium today (Friday, Sept. 30). On Saturday, they host the UBC Okanagan women at Centennial... Read more
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BC Local News
Medical volunteers in demandinitiative from the Island Medical Program, which is the chapter of the Univers
Medical volunteers in demand
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
initiative from the Island Medical Program, which is the chapter of the University of B.C.’s medical school based at the University of Victoria, has managed to bring in a few of the healthy male volunteers it needs to help teach second-year... Read more
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BC Local News
Grizzlies on Cormorant Islandsalmon declines,” said Chris Darimont, science director for Raincoast Conservat
Grizzlies on Cormorant Island
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
salmon declines,” said Chris Darimont, science director for Raincoast Conservation and the Hakai-Raincoast professor at the University of Victoria. “We do not expect colonization on Vancouver Island, because human density is too high, especially... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
UVic report recommends prevention program for sexualized violenceA University of Victoria group has recommended the university hire a co-ordinat
UVic report recommends prevention program for sexualized violence
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A University of Victoria group has recommended the university hire a co-ordinator to run an education and prevention program for sexualized violence on campus as part of a “survivor-centric” approach to tackling the problem. The recommendation is... Read more
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BC Local News
UVic taxes in lieu issue on the table at UBCMon federal properties,” Braithwaite said. “I think we’ll get a lot of support y
UVic taxes in lieu issue on the table at UBCM
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
on federal properties,” Braithwaite said. “I think we’ll get a lot of support yet again at UBCM.” In 2003 Oak Bay received more than $72,000 for grants-in-lieu of taxes for the University of Victoria; this year the district received about $5... Read more
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Oak Bay News
UVic taxes in lieu issue on the table at UBCMon federal properties,” Braithwaite said. “I think we’ll get a lot of support y
UVic taxes in lieu issue on the table at UBCM
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
on federal properties,” Braithwaite said. “I think we’ll get a lot of support yet again at UBCM.” In 2003 Oak Bay received more than $72,000 for grants-in-lieu of taxes for the University of Victoria; this year the district received about $5... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
NMU, arena hosting Hockeyville USAends at 6 p.m., giving fans plenty of time to get over to the Berry Events Cent
NMU, arena hosting Hockeyville USA
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
ends at 6 p.m., giving fans plenty of time to get over to the Berry Events Center for the hockey team's season-opening exhibition game. To cap the day's schedule of events, the Wildcats take on the University of Victoria at 7:07 p.m. Tickets are... Read more
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BC Local News
Campbell River Chamber names winner of prestigious awardof the business. In addition to staying focused on the business, he worked hard
Campbell River Chamber names winner of prestigious award
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
of the business. In addition to staying focused on the business, he worked hard to obtain his business degree from the University of Victoria and continues to be a lifelong learner, seeking out opportunities to gain new skills and knowledge to... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River Chamber names winner of prestigious awardof the business. In addition to staying focused on the business, he worked hard
Campbell River Chamber names winner of prestigious award
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
of the business. In addition to staying focused on the business, he worked hard to obtain his business degree from the University of Victoria and continues to be a lifelong learner, seeking out opportunities to gain new skills and knowledge to... Read more
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CTV News
Royal Family arrives in Victoria, B.C. to warm welcomehappy to be here." Not even homework from her English literature class could k
Royal Family arrives in Victoria, B.C. to warm welcome
CTV News / Posted 6 days ago
happy to be here." Not even homework from her English literature class could keep Sara Kidd, a 20-year-old student at the University of Victoria, away from the festivities. She and two friends spent the hours before the royal arrival sitting on... Read more
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Surrey Leader
30 years after Diana’s AIDS kiss, a new Royal tour will put spotlight on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
30 years after Diana’s AIDS kiss, a new Royal tour will put spotlight on social issues
Surrey Leader / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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BC Local News
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
Terrace Standard / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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The Northern View
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
The Northern View / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 7 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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CTV News
Royal Family visit to Victoria steeped in historylarge wave of British immigrants did not move there until the late 1890s, said
Royal Family visit to Victoria steeped in history
CTV News / Posted 7 days ago
large wave of British immigrants did not move there until the late 1890s, said Prof. John Lutz, who teaches history at the University of Victoria. "They really had to work hard to maintain a kind of connection to Britain and they partly did that... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Royal visit shines light on Canada’s social issuesin Toronto. “In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important
Royal visit shines light on Canada’s social issues
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 days ago
in Toronto. “In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact,” Professor Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria told the Canadian Press. “I’m thinking of when the late Diana, Princess of Wales, William’s mother,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Cormorant Island visit for two grizzly bears comes to an endto the mountainous mainland, they have been expanding their range in recent yea
Cormorant Island visit for two grizzly bears comes to an end
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
to the mountainous mainland, they have been expanding their range in recent years. A 2014 study by Christina Service, a University of Victoria PhD candidate, found that grizzlies had spread from the mainland coast to 10 islands on B.C.’s... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Jock Talk: High school sports ramp upPremier men hosting cross-town rivals James Bay at 2:45 p.m. Hitting the field
Jock Talk: High school sports ramp up
Oak Bay News / Posted 8 days ago
Premier men hosting cross-town rivals James Bay at 2:45 p.m. Hitting the field hard this week are the men’s and women’s University of Victoria Vikes rugby teams. UVic’s Wallace field hosts the action today (Friday, Sept. 23). The women play the... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
The Real Thing a good read for huntersnaturalist and record keeper. She notes that all of of Cowan’s journals about
The Real Thing a good read for hunters
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
naturalist and record keeper. She notes that all of of Cowan’s journals about wildlife populations are available on the University of Victoria library’s website. Searches can be made on specific animal populations such as big horn sheep and... Read more
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BC Local News
Oak Bay nudges province for more on-campus housingministers responsible for Housing and Finance asking they make changes to remov
Oak Bay nudges province for more on-campus housing
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
ministers responsible for Housing and Finance asking they make changes to remove regulatory and financial barriers to the University of Victoria and other post-secondary institutions increasing the supply of student housing. Copies will be sent... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Oak Bay nudges province for more on-campus housingministers responsible for Housing and Finance asking they make changes to remov
Oak Bay nudges province for more on-campus housing
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 days ago
ministers responsible for Housing and Finance asking they make changes to remove regulatory and financial barriers to the University of Victoria and other post-secondary institutions increasing the supply of student housing. Copies will be sent... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich calls for more campus housingwhich are stopping provincial post-secondary institutions from building new on-
Saanich calls for more campus housing
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 days ago
which are stopping provincial post-secondary institutions from building new on-campus student housing. Haynes said the University of Victoria has the capital reserves ready to build student housing, and while Camosun College doesn’t, it, like... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Tight fitSaanich and Oak Bay firefighters conducted a series of confined space rescue ex
Tight fit
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 days ago
Saanich and Oak Bay firefighters conducted a series of confined space rescue exercises last week at manholes on the University of Victoria campus. The joint on-site training is focused on a confined space emergency at the university, which would... Read more
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BC Local News
What's On: C.R. Avery pays homage to unsung heroinesstudied art at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver. Warren h
What's On: C.R. Avery pays homage to unsung heroines
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
studied art at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver. Warren has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Victoria and has been exhibiting her work and teaching art in the Okanagan since 1995. For more information... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
What's On: C.R. Avery pays homage to unsung heroinesstudied art at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver. Warren h
What's On: C.R. Avery pays homage to unsung heroines
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 9 days ago
studied art at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver. Warren has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Victoria and has been exhibiting her work and teaching art in the Okanagan since 1995. For more information... Read more
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CTV News
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issuesdrug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an import
Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, shines light on social issues
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
drug addiction. "In the past, royal visits to organizations have had an important impact," said Prof. Mariel Grant of the University of Victoria, a historian with expertise on the influence of the monarchy in modern times. "I'm thinking of when... Read more
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BC Local News
Saanich calls for more campus housingwhich are stopping provincial post-secondary institutions from building new on-
Saanich calls for more campus housing
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
which are stopping provincial post-secondary institutions from building new on-campus student housing. Haynes said the University of Victoria has the capital reserves ready to build student housing, and while Camosun College doesn’t, it, like... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Best in show: Horticultural exhibitionsof the sale date prior to the event, contact vdspublicity@gmail.com. Christin
Best in show: Horticultural exhibitions
Oak Bay News / Posted 10 days ago
of the sale date prior to the event, contact vdspublicity@gmail.com. Christin Geall is an avid Oak Bay gardener and a creative non-fiction writing instructor at the University of Victoria. She writes here twice a month on all things... Read more
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The Northern View
Shawnee Harle, Rupert's Olympic coachI became good at, but I wouldn’t have known that if I hadn’t started here,” she
Shawnee Harle, Rupert's Olympic coach
The Northern View / Posted 10 days ago
I became good at, but I wouldn’t have known that if I hadn’t started here,” she said. After a successful career at the University of Victoria, where she played on a team that won two championships and was runner-up in a third, the coach/speaker... Read more
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BC Local News
Shawnee Harle, Rupert's Olympic coachI became good at, but I wouldn’t have known that if I hadn’t started here,” she
Shawnee Harle, Rupert's Olympic coach
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
I became good at, but I wouldn’t have known that if I hadn’t started here,” she said. After a successful career at the University of Victoria, where she played on a team that won two championships and was runner-up in a third, the coach/speaker... Read more
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BC Local News
Economic impact of royal visit expected to be significantthat has for marketing our destination,” she said. Dr. Brock Smith, professor
Economic impact of royal visit expected to be significant
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
that has for marketing our destination,” she said. Dr. Brock Smith, professor of marketing and entrepreneurship at the University of Victoria, has a slightly different take on the visit. “The fact is that the itinerary of the visit doesn’t... Read more
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IGN
17 Batman Facts You (Probably) Didn't Knowenough to complete his mission, rescuing his son Damian Wayne. There’s a real
17 Batman Facts You (Probably) Didn't Know
IGN / Posted 11 days ago
enough to complete his mission, rescuing his son Damian Wayne. There’s a real course called The Science of Batman at the University of Victoria in Canada. The course description reads: “The extreme range of adaptability of the human body explored... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Literacy week shows children magic of scienceon events from Sept. 19 to 25. This year, there are a number of events planned
Literacy week shows children magic of science
Oak Bay News / Posted 11 days ago
on events from Sept. 19 to 25. This year, there are a number of events planned at the Greater Victoria Public Library, the University of Victoria, the Royal B.C. Museum, the Victoria Bug Zoo and the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory. “I hope... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Golf pro to play Gulf Islands — by kayak“It’s something very coastal B.C., and a way to put a different stamp on (Golf-
Golf pro to play Gulf Islands — by kayak
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 11 days ago
“It’s something very coastal B.C., and a way to put a different stamp on (Golf-a-thon).” Standewick, who attended the University of Victoria on a volleyball scholarship — “I got into golf late,” he adds — lived for eight years on Bowen Island... Read more
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BC Local News
Lorna Crozier Scholarship winner debutsRetired poet and writing professor Lorna Crozier continues to have an impact on
Lorna Crozier Scholarship winner debuts
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
Retired poet and writing professor Lorna Crozier continues to have an impact on the University of Victoria. A highlight of the annual Faculty Reading Night Sept. 28 will be the announcement of the inaugural recipient of the Lorna Crozier... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Lorna Crozier Scholarship winner debutsRetired poet and writing professor Lorna Crozier continues to have an impact on
Lorna Crozier Scholarship winner debuts
Oak Bay News / Posted 11 days ago
Retired poet and writing professor Lorna Crozier continues to have an impact on the University of Victoria. A highlight of the annual Faculty Reading Night Sept. 28 will be the announcement of the inaugural recipient of the Lorna Crozier... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
W.P. Kinsella, author of fan favorite ‘Shoeless Joe,’ dies at 81in Edmonton. He held a variety of jobs in Edmonton and Victoria, including owni
W.P. Kinsella, author of fan favorite ‘Shoeless Joe,’ dies at 81
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 11 days ago
in Edmonton. He held a variety of jobs in Edmonton and Victoria, including owning a pizzeria, before studying at the University of Victoria, from which he graduated in 1974. He received a master’s degree from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Cormorant Island put on alert due to grizzly bear sightingsthat means they leave the island alive and are relocated.” Dr. Chris Darimont,
Cormorant Island put on alert due to grizzly bear sightings
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
that means they leave the island alive and are relocated.” Dr. Chris Darimont, Hakai-Raincoast Conservation Scholar at the University of Victoria, said grizzly bears used to be limited to the mainland, but they have been island hopping in the past... Read more
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PR NewsChannel
Reputable Nurse Clinician Judith Clara Poirier, RN, MSN will be Featured in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcareand relationship abuse consulting. Educated at Vancouver General Hospital, Jud
Reputable Nurse Clinician Judith Clara Poirier, RN, MSN will be Featured in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare
PR NewsChannel / Posted 12 days ago
and relationship abuse consulting. Educated at Vancouver General Hospital, Judith completed her Bachelor degree at the University of Victoria, and her Master’s degree at the University of British Columbia. Furthermore, Judith is an inductee of... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Sexual assault suspect arrested for second time in a weekwas arrested. He is confirmed as the same suspect who was arrested on Sept. 11
Sexual assault suspect arrested for second time in a week
Oak Bay News / Posted 12 days ago
was arrested. He is confirmed as the same suspect who was arrested on Sept. 11 for an incident on the chip trail of the University of Victoria. Leslie and Saanich Police are not yet confirming if the suspect is the same one responsible for a... Read more
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CBC.ca
'We should be paying attention to their arrival on islands,' says UVic scientist about swimming grizzly bearsoff the north end of Vancouver Island — believed to have 'island hopped' from t
'We should be paying attention to their arrival on islands,' says UVic scientist about swimming grizzly bears
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
off the north end of Vancouver Island — believed to have 'island hopped' from the mainland — are a "red flag" says a University of Victoria conservation scientist. A B.C.conservation officer near Port McNeill B.C. spotted the brown duo... Read more
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BC Local News
Sexual assault suspect arrested for second time in a weekwas arrested. He is confirmed as the sane suspect who was arrested on Sept. 11
Sexual assault suspect arrested for second time in a week
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
was arrested. He is confirmed as the sane suspect who was arrested on Sept. 11 for an incident on the chip trail of the University of Victoria. Leslie and Saanich Police are not yet confirming if the suspect is the same one responsible for a... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Heat men sweep Victoria in CIS soccer battle in Kelownanext match on Saturday, September 24 when they travel to play the University of
Heat men sweep Victoria in CIS soccer battle in Kelowna
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 12 days ago
next match on Saturday, September 24 when they travel to play the University of Alberta and battle the Golden Bears in Edmonton. The Lethbridge men’s side will also play their next match next Saturday, when they host the University of Victoria Vi... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Heat men sweep Victoria in CIS soccer battle in Kelownanext match on Saturday, September 24 when they travel to play the University of
Heat men sweep Victoria in CIS soccer battle in Kelowna
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 12 days ago
next match on Saturday, September 24 when they travel to play the University of Alberta and battle the Golden Bears in Edmonton. The Lethbridge men’s side will also play their next match next Saturday, when they host the University of Victoria Vi... Read more
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