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2015/03/01 23:18
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... Kendra Thomas of the Cowichan Women Against Violence Society invites the community to Duncan City Square at noon March 6 for International Women’s Day and One Billion Rising to Stop Violence Against...
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2015/03/01 20:48
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The Laurentian women's track team had a strong showing at the OUA championships with two school records, two top-eight performances and four personal bests at York University on the...
2015/02/28 12:51
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The new reports counter the 'extinction icon' status polar bears have gained Dr Susan Crockford said: “On almost every measure, things are looking good for polar bears.” In a report for the climate...
2015/02/27 23:33
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Tony Yu, entrepreneur. Age: 24. High School: Hugh Boyd It all started in his garage. Having spent his final student loan dollars on a motorcycle and gear, Tony Yu couldn’t find gloves capable of...
2015/02/27 18:24
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Laura Smith will represent the Conservative Party of Canada as their candidate in North Island – Powell River in the 2015 federal election. “I am proud to be running as a Conservative candidate...
2015/02/26 20:19
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Students at the University of Victoria and Camosun College will soon have a voice at the commission overseeing local B.C. Transit service. The Victoria Regional Transit Commission – which determines...
2015/02/26 17:21
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Looking for a new sport? Victoria Junior Field Hockey is hosting a “try field hockey for free” camp, a great way for young athletes age four to 18 to try out the sport for no cost. Upon arrival,...
2015/02/26 12:02
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One of B.C.'s top high school volleyball prospects has opted to keep his talents right at home. KSS Owls' senior Eli Risso will join the UBC Okanagan Heat men's squad for the start of the 2015-16...
2015/02/26 01:23
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Submitted to the Castlegar News The Selkirk College Saints locked up home ice advantage in the first round of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League playoffs after two huge wins on...
2015/02/25 00:20
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Students across the community will don pink shirts Wednesday to battle bullying. Oak Bay Police leaders, Chief Constable Andy Brinton and Deputy Chief Kent Thom, will support the cause participating...
2015/02/24 22:20
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Love of books will bring together a pair of youth groups in a partnership created by Oak Bay High grad Clara Bradley. The third-year member of Rotaract, a Rotary affiliate club at the University of...
2015/02/24 21:56
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By Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press VANCOUVER - A British Columbia legislative committee has recommended the provincial government "aggressively pursue" whatever steps are necessary to suit up...
2015/02/19 01:23
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Submitted to the News The Selkirk College Saints are now in a position to capture the all-important home ice advantage during the first round of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League...
2015/02/18 20:19
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After a decade of uncertainty, West Shore residents are wondering: will a local performing arts centre ever see the light of day? Is there enough demand in the community for such a facility? And if...
2015/02/18 19:19
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You keep hearing stories about the man who bought a painting at a garage sale for $10 and found out later it was a rare masterpiece, fetching millions at auction, right? Well, now you have another...
2015/02/17 13:39
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British Columbia’s first professional artist was a social chameleon who had shed his past in California as a black porter to live briefly in 1880s Victoria as a white painter. Now, more than 130...
2015/02/16 16:14
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ARMADILLO VAQUERO SE VA A LA CAPITAL DC United derrotó 1-0 al FC Dallas para quedarse con el título del ATX Pro Classic en Austin, Texas lo cual le otorgó un singular trofeo con un armadillo vaquero....
2015/02/16 14:19
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Throughout 2015, Business in Vancouver will examine the effects of climate change on the province’s economy. From forestry to tourism to power generation and infrastructure planning, the forecast...
2015/02/13 00:21
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A group of University of Victoria business students are on top of the world. MBA students Jesal Shah, Andrew Spence, Susan Laidlaw and Karin Feldkamp in the Sardul S. Gill Graduate School at the UVic...
2015/02/13 00:19
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A new bylaw increasing the incoming Langford mayor’s pay by 94 per cent, a former Sooke School District teacher and violent sex offender getting day parole, and a parrot flying loose in CanWest mall,...
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