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BC Local News
Surrey Events Calendar for Sept. 20 and beyondof tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country
BC Local News / Posted 7 hours ago
of tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country its heart and soul, on Sept. 22 at Surrey Arts Centre's mainstage. Suitable for all ages, presented by Surrey Civic Theatres as part of Surrey Celebrates Canada 150.... Read more
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BC Local News
Happening: week of Sept. 14Alzheimer Services: Sept. 22, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Deltassist, 9097 120 St.;
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
Alzheimer Services: Sept. 22, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Deltassist, 9097 120 St.; Supporting a person with dementia who is living at home requires caregivers to get help from family and friends and to navigate the health care system. People cannot... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS CALENDAR for Sept. 13 and beyondof tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
of tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country its heart and soul, on Sept. 22 at Surrey Arts Centre's mainstage. Suitable for all ages, presented by Surrey Civic Theatres as part of Surrey Celebrates Canada 150.... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Letters to the Editor: Sept. 13, 2017I have just written a letter to Premier (John) Horgan in B.C. I asked him how h
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
I have just written a letter to Premier (John) Horgan in B.C. I asked him how he can pretend to be concerned about climate change and human health and yet allow forest fires to burn so out of control that they cross the border into Waterton. The B.C.... Read more
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Slate
Margaret Atwood on Why The Handmaid’s Tale Didn’t Predict the Futurechange period that’s having kicked off a lot of warfare and village burnings. A
Slate / Posted 8 days ago
change period that’s having kicked off a lot of warfare and village burnings. And this is a long time ago. It’s like 5000 B.C. So in general, when there’s enough food, you get less war—not always, but in general. And when you have a climate change... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Red Hawk soars with Lao Tsua pink button-down shirt and burgundy tie and socks. "He always wears a suit,"
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
a pink button-down shirt and burgundy tie and socks. "He always wears a suit," says Mark Spencer, dean of UAM's School of Arts and Humanities. "He believes it's important to model success for students. But sometimes, with the suit, he wears a... Read more
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CTV News
Kelowna fighter Sarah Moras back in action after lengthy injury layoff from UFCSaturday night at UFC 215, it will be 785 days since her last fight. Injuries
CTV News / Posted 12 days ago
Saturday night at UFC 215, it will be 785 days since her last fight. Injuries have sidelined the 29-year-old from Kelowna, B.C. And in a sport where you don't get paid unless you fight, Moras (4-3-0) has had to be resourceful to make ends... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Sept. 7 and beyondof tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country
BC Local News / Posted 13 days ago
of tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country its heart and soul, on Sept. 22 at Surrey Arts Centre's mainstage. Suitable for all ages, presented by Surrey Civic Theatres as part of Surrey Celebrates Canada 150.... Read more
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TSN
Kelowna fighter Moras back in action after layoffSaturday night at UFC 215, it will be 785 days since her last fight. Injuries
TSN / Posted 13 days ago
Saturday night at UFC 215, it will be 785 days since her last fight. Injuries have sidelined the 29-year-old from Kelowna, B.C. And in a sport where you don't get paid unless you fight, Moras (4-3-0) has had to be resourceful to make ends... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Sellin jumps into racesaid. Born in Calgary, Sellin grew up in British Columbia and moved to Fort Sa
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 13 days ago
said. Born in Calgary, Sellin grew up in British Columbia and moved to Fort Saskatchewan in 2006. She has a Bachelor of Arts in political science and cultural anthropology in 2003 from UCC in Kamloops (what now is Thompson Rivers University).... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Sept. 7 and beyondof tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
of tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country its heart and soul, on Sept. 22 at Surrey Arts Centre’s mainstage. Suitable for all ages, presented by Surrey Civic Theatres as part of Surrey Celebrates Canada 150.... Read more
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Peace Arch News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Sept. 7 and beyondof tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country
Peace Arch News / Posted 13 days ago
of tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country its heart and soul, on Sept. 22 at Surrey Arts Centre’s mainstage. Suitable for all ages, presented by Surrey Civic Theatres as part of Surrey Celebrates Canada 150.... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Reuniting seniors in care homes with the artsThe B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 14 days ago
The B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society is launching 40 Concerts in Care performances in designated seniors care homes in the B.C. Interior. Through the Concerts in Care program, the Health Arts Society... Read more
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Similkameen Spotlight
Reuniting seniors in care homes with the artsThe B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society
Similkameen Spotlight / Posted 14 days ago
The B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society is launching 40 Concerts in Care performances in designated seniors care homes in the B.C. Interior. Through the Concerts in Care program, the Health Arts Society... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Reuniting seniors in care homes with the artsThe B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 14 days ago
The B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society is launching 40 Concerts in Care performances in designated seniors care homes in the B.C. Interior. Through the Concerts in Care program, the Health Arts Society... Read more
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Keremeos Review
Reuniting seniors in care homes with the artsThe B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society
Keremeos Review / Posted 14 days ago
The B.C. Care Providers Association in partnership with the Health Arts Society is launching 40 Concerts in Care performances in designated seniors care homes in the B.C. Interior. Through the Concerts in Care program, the Health Arts Society... Read more
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Asian journal
The reform of health care through healthy eatingreducing the overall demand for health care. The result will follow one of the
Asian journal / Posted 18 days ago
reducing the overall demand for health care. The result will follow one of the fundamental laws of Econ 101: when we start living strong, robust lives, we’ll lessen our need for health care, causing the demand to decrease and costs to go down.... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Aug. 30 and beyondof tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country
BC Local News / Posted 22 days ago
of tour that celebrates the songwriters and artists that give our great country its heart and soul, on Sept. 22 at Surrey Arts Centre's mainstage. Suitable for all ages, presented by Surrey Civic Theatres as part of Surrey Celebrates Canada 150.... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS CALENDAR for Aug. 23 and beyondin Cloverdale: Series alternates between Katzie Elementary School and Don Chris
BC Local News / Posted 28 days ago
in Cloverdale: Series alternates between Katzie Elementary School and Don Christian Recreation Centre all summer. "Movie starts at dusk. Bring your blankets, chairs and snacks for outdoor movies. Activities start at 8 p.m. If it looks like it may... Read more
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BC Local News
Province commits up to $200,000 to wildfire-affected Cariboo Chilcotin tourism industryCoast Tourism Association (CCCTA) with financial support of up to $200,000 to h
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
Coast Tourism Association (CCCTA) with financial support of up to $200,000 to help with tourism-related impacts from the B.C. wildfires, announced Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Lisa Beare, while meeting with business owners and tourism... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Province commits up to $200,000 to wildfire-affected Cariboo Chilcotin tourism industryCoast Tourism Association (CCCTA) with financial support of up to $200,000 to h
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Coast Tourism Association (CCCTA) with financial support of up to $200,000 to help with tourism-related impacts from the B.C. wildfires, announced Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Lisa Beare, while meeting with business owners and tourism... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Fire concerns cancel festival debutwere set to grace the stage, alongside several travelling artists including Jac
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 1 months ago
were set to grace the stage, alongside several travelling artists including Jack Garton and the Demon Squadron of coastal B.C. and Ghostly Hounds of Montreal, alongside presentations and workshops on green building, eco-care, and... Read more

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