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BC Local News
Cyber bully urges student to kill herselfTim Collins Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 middle school student (
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
Tim Collins Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 middle school student (who we’ll call Anne in order to protect her identity) is speaking out about her situation in the hopes of alerting parents and young people about the silent threat of... Read more
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BC Local News
Volleyball comeback at Edward Milne School in SookeTim Collins/News staff Volleyball has returned to Edward Milne Community Schoo
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Volleyball has returned to Edward Milne Community School in a big way, and coach, Ebony Logins, couldn’t be more pleased. For the first time since 2002 the school has been able to field a senior boys team. They have also put... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Volleyball comeback at Edward Milne School in SookeTim Collins/News staff Volleyball has returned to Edward Milne Community Schoo
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Volleyball has returned to Edward Milne Community School in a big way, and coach, Ebony Logins, couldn’t be more pleased. For the first time since 2002 the school has been able to field a senior boys team. They have also put... Read more
7d
Oak Bay News
Cyber bullying a serious matter in SookeTim Collins/Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 Middle School student (w
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 days ago
Tim Collins/Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 Middle School student (who we’ll call Anne in order to protect her identity) is speaking out about her situation in the hopes of alerting parents and young people in the community about the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Cyber bullying a serious matter in SookeTim Collins/Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 Middle School student (w
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
Tim Collins/Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 Middle School student (who we’ll call Anne in order to protect her identity) is speaking out about her situation in the hopes of alerting parents and young people in the community about the... Read more
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7d
BC Local News
Christmas Crafts and Santa return to SookeTim Collins /News staff The All Sooke Arts and Crafts Christmas show is fast a
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
Tim Collins /News staff The All Sooke Arts and Crafts Christmas show is fast approaching and organizer, Nancy Bennett, promises that this will be one of the best shows in the 42 year history of the show. “People in Sooke and the Port Renfrew area... Read more
8d
BC Local News
Discarded computers make a difference in medical researchTim Collins/News staff Triston Line has always had an interest in technology.
BC Local News / Posted 8 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Triston Line has always had an interest in technology. He was the leader of the Edward Milne Community School (EMCS) Robotics Team and the head theater technician at EMCS. He also worked for Apple, fixing i Macs, Macbooks and... Read more
9d
Sooke News Mirror
Discarded computers make a difference in medical researchTim Collins/News staff Triston Line has always had an interest in technology.
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Triston Line has always had an interest in technology. He was the leader of the Edward Milne Community School (EMCS) Robotics Team and the head theater technician at EMCS. He also worked for Apple, fixing i Macs, Macbooks and... Read more
9d
BC Local News
Don’t toss it. Fix it.Tim Collins/News staff Zero Waste Sooke is once again offering Sooke residents
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Zero Waste Sooke is once again offering Sooke residents the opportunity to do their part in reducing the waste destined for the landfill, while at the same time reviving the tradition of fixing, rather than discarding, our... Read more
9d
Sooke News Mirror
Don’t toss it. Fix it.Tim Collins/News staff Zero Waste Sooke is once again offering Sooke residents
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Zero Waste Sooke is once again offering Sooke residents the opportunity to do their part in reducing the waste destined for the landfill, while at the same time reviving the tradition of fixing, rather than discarding, our... Read more
9d
Oak Bay News
Here’s my Canada, says Sooke studentTim Collins/News staff A Sooke elementary school student has managed to beat o
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff A Sooke elementary school student has managed to beat out thousands of children across the country in a Historica Canada, Canada 150 contest that challenged children to answer the question, “What does Canada mean to... Read more
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10d
BC Local News
Cyber bullying a serious matter in SookeTim Collins/Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 Middle School student (w
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
Tim Collins/Sooke News Mirror The mother of a Grade 8 Middle School student (who we’ll call Anne in order to protect her identity) is speaking out about her situation in the hopes of alerting parents and young people in the community about the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Coffee house performance highlights folk/rock rootsTim Collins / News staff The Sooke Folk Music Society has announced that they
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff The Sooke Folk Music Society has announced that they will be presenting Mike Demers as the performing artist at their second Coffee House of the season. A Victoria musician, Demers has had a long career dating back to the... Read more
11d
BC Local News
Here’s my Canada, says Sooke studentTim Collins/News staff A Sooke elementary school student has managed to beat o
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff A Sooke elementary school student has managed to beat out thousands of children across the country in a Historica Canada, Canada 150 contest that challenged children to answer the question, “What does Canada mean to... Read more
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11d
Sooke News Mirror
Here’s my Canada, says Sooke studentTim Collins/News staff A Sooke elementary school student has managed to beat o
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff A Sooke elementary school student has managed to beat out thousands of children across the country in a Historica Canada, Canada 150 contest that challenged children to answer the question, “What does Canada mean to... Read more
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11d
BC Local News
Rain and darkness can be a deadly combinationTim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nin
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nine out of 10 drivers worry about hitting a pedestrian at night, particularly in wet weather. At the same time, 8 out of 10 pedestrians don’t feel safe in these same... Read more
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11d
Oak Bay News
Rain and darkness can be a deadly combinationTim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nin
Oak Bay News / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nine out of 10 drivers worry about hitting a pedestrian at night, particularly in wet weather. At the same time, 8 out of 10 pedestrians don’t feel safe in these same... Read more
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11d
Goldstream News Gazette
Rain and darkness can be a deadly combinationTim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nin
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nine out of 10 drivers worry about hitting a pedestrian at night, particularly in wet weather. At the same time, 8 out of 10 pedestrians don’t feel safe in these same... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Rain and darkness a deadly combinationTim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nin
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Collins Sooke News Mirror A survey released by ICBC has revealed that nine out of 10 drivers worry about hitting a pedestrian at night, particularly in wet weather. At the same time, 8 out of 10 pedestrians don’t feel safe in these... Read more
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The Newton Kansan
Geek foodthat says, 'hello, world,'" Herbers said. "Any programming book you pick up, t
The Newton Kansan / Posted 14 days ago
that says, 'hello, world,'" Herbers said. "Any programming book you pick up, that's the first thing you program," agreed Tim Collins. After completing the words, more batter is added to the skillet to make a complete pancake. This difference in... Read more
18d
express
Theresa May needs to tell her cabinet to ‘pipe down’, former SAS officer claimsother Conservative’s planning to oust Mrs May due to an apparent lack of suppor
express / Posted 18 days ago
other Conservative’s planning to oust Mrs May due to an apparent lack of support has put fuel in the fire of former Colonel Tim Collins to draft a speech to get Mrs May “walking and talking like a winner”. The retired officer claimed: “I can see... Read more
18d
Sooke News Mirror
Whooping cough cases are rising on Vancouver IslandTim Collins/News staff A case of pertussis (whooping cough) has been diagnosed
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff A case of pertussis (whooping cough) has been diagnosed in an elementary school student in Sooke. The student, who cannot be identified for privacy reasons, is enrolled in an elementary school in Sooke where the principal was... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Teachers and students shave their head for cancerTim Collins/News staff When the 20th Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team was ann
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff When the 20th Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team was announced at the Edward Milne Community School (EMCS) in May, the students of the school welcomed the 24 members of the team with enthusiastic cheers. But beyond expressing... Read more
19d
Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Ferndale united as a team, divided on anthem protestThey can�t just be all talk.� Helping in that solution is the relationship the
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
They can�t just be all talk.� Helping in that solution is the relationship the team has with Ferndale Chief of Police, Tim Collins. �A lot of people aren�t aware, but one of our biggest supporters is the Chief of Ferndale Police, Tim Collins.... Read more
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19d
The Oakland Press
Ferndale united as a team, divided on anthem protestThey can’t just be all talk.” Helping in that solution is the relationship the
The Oakland Press / Posted 19 days ago
They can’t just be all talk.” Helping in that solution is the relationship the team has with Ferndale Chief of Police, Tim Collins. “A lot of people aren’t aware, but one of our biggest supporters is the Chief of Ferndale Police, Tim Collins.... Read more
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25d
Daily Telegraph
27 babies spring to life this monththat in the next few years 5000 babies will be born at the hospital in a year,’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
that in the next few years 5000 babies will be born at the hospital in a year,’’ she said. NSW Ambulance Director Control Tim Collins said each year NSW Ambulance 000 call takers play a direct role in the safe arrival of hundreds of babies, often... Read more
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BC Local News
Computer program is fun and educationalTim Collins/News staff While students in the Revelstoke School Division engage
BC Local News / Posted 25 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff While students in the Revelstoke School Division engage in a program to work out self imposed limits for and the risks of the digital world (see feature on Screen-ager film in the Revelstoke Review), a classroom in the... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Computer program is fun and educationalTim Collins/News staff While students in the Revelstoke School Division engage
Revelstoke Review / Posted 25 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff While students in the Revelstoke School Division engage in a program to work out self imposed limits for and the risks of the digital world (see feature on Screen-ager film in the Revelstoke Review), a classroom in the... Read more
25d
BC Local News
The digital world poses real challenges for parents and children alikeTim Collins/News staff A program presented by the Revelstoke School Division i
BC Local News / Posted 25 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff A program presented by the Revelstoke School Division is attempting to tackle the challenges facing both students and their families in the face of a digital revolution that has transformed society without the inclusion of... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
The digital world poses real challenges for parents and children alikeTim Collins/News staff A program presented by the Revelstoke School Division i
Revelstoke Review / Posted 25 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff A program presented by the Revelstoke School Division is attempting to tackle the challenges facing both students and their families in the face of a digital revolution that has transformed society without the inclusion of... Read more
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BC Local News
Fire fighting pilots a breed apartTim Collins/News staff Sean Elliot is one of the scores of helicopter pilots w
BC Local News / Posted 25 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Sean Elliot is one of the scores of helicopter pilots who were engaged in fighting the wildfires in the Revelstoke area over the past several months, and to see his easy going attitude and confidence, it would be reasonable to... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Fire fighting pilots a breed apartTim Collins/News staff Sean Elliot is one of the scores of helicopter pilots w
Revelstoke Review / Posted 25 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff Sean Elliot is one of the scores of helicopter pilots who were engaged in fighting the wildfires in the Revelstoke area over the past several months, and to see his easy going attitude and confidence, it would be reasonable to... Read more
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BC Local News
Revelstoke still relies on forestryTim Collins/News staff An economic study released on Sept. 25 by the B.C. Coun
BC Local News / Posted 26 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff An economic study released on Sept. 25 by the B.C. Council of Forest Industries (COFI) has confirmed that the industry continues to be a cornerstone of the provincial economy and is responsible for 140, 000 jobs in the... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Revelstoke still relies on forestryTim Collins/News staff An economic study released on Sept. 25 by the B.C. Coun
Revelstoke Review / Posted 26 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff An economic study released on Sept. 25 by the B.C. Council of Forest Industries (COFI) has confirmed that the industry continues to be a cornerstone of the provincial economy and is responsible for 140, 000 jobs in the... Read more
26d
BC Local News
Local group’s training can help stop abuseTim Collins/News staff October has been declared Domestic Violence Awareness M
BC Local News / Posted 26 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff October has been declared Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and according to Stephanie Melnyk, the victims services coordinator for the Revelstoke Community Resource Network(CRN), the question of awareness is only part of the... Read more
26d
Revelstoke Review
Local group’s training can help stop abuseTim Collins/News staff October has been declared Domestic Violence Awareness M
Revelstoke Review / Posted 26 days ago
Tim Collins/News staff October has been declared Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and according to Stephanie Melnyk, the victims services coordinator for the Revelstoke Community Resource Network(CRN), the question of awareness is only part of the... Read more
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BC Local News
Forsythe House a place of refugeTim Collins / News staff It's a place of hope; a place to go when the abuse ha
BC Local News / Posted 26 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff It's a place of hope; a place to go when the abuse has left you with no other options. For 25 years, Forsythe House, also known as the Revelstoke Women's Shelter, has operated as a place of refuge and support for women and... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Forsythe House a place of refugeTim Collins / News staff It’s a place of hope; a place to go when the abuse ha
Revelstoke Review / Posted 26 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff It’s a place of hope; a place to go when the abuse has left you with no other options. For 25 years, Forsythe House, also known as the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter, has operated as a place of refuge and support for women and... Read more
27d
Perth Now
NSW newborns not willing to waitcall takers have been on the line right through to delivery to celebrate the bi
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
call takers have been on the line right through to delivery to celebrate the birth of the child," Chief Superintendent Tim Collins said in a statement. "Advice includes placing the mother in the most comfortable position, guiding when to push... Read more
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News.com.au
NSW newborns not willing to waitcall takers have been on the line right through to delivery to celebrate the bi
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
call takers have been on the line right through to delivery to celebrate the birth of the child," Chief Superintendent Tim Collins said in a statement. "Advice includes placing the mother in the most comfortable position, guiding when to push... Read more
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27d
The Courier Mail
NSW newborns not willing to waitcall takers have been on the line right through to delivery to celebrate the bi
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
call takers have been on the line right through to delivery to celebrate the birth of the child," Chief Superintendent Tim Collins said in a statement. "Advice includes placing the mother in the most comfortable position, guiding when to push... Read more
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BC Local News
Program needs community volunteers if it is to surviveTim Collins / News staff Revelstoke Crime Stoppers is an important volunteer-o
BC Local News / Posted 27 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff Revelstoke Crime Stoppers is an important volunteer-operated program that helps to keep the community safe. It could be what makes the difference between bringing someone who has violated your person or property ot that of... Read more
27d
BC Local News
Crime Stoppers is always anonymousTim Collins / News staff The system by which Crime Stoppers operates is at the
BC Local News / Posted 27 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff The system by which Crime Stoppers operates is at the heart of the program's success and underlies it's long success. The program was developed in New Mexico in 1976. Th B.C. Crime Stoppers Association was formed in 1994 as... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Program needs community volunteers if it is to surviveTim Collins / News staff Revelstoke Crime Stoppers is an important volunteer-o
Revelstoke Review / Posted 27 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff Revelstoke Crime Stoppers is an important volunteer-operated program that helps to keep the community safe. It could be what makes the difference between bringing someone who has violated your person or property ot that of... Read more
27d
Revelstoke Review
Crime Stoppers is always anonymousTim Collins / News staff The system by which Crime Stoppers operates is at the
Revelstoke Review / Posted 27 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff The system by which Crime Stoppers operates is at the heart of the program’s success and underlies it’s long success. The program was developed in New Mexico in 1976. Th B.C. Crime Stoppers Association was formed in 1994 as... Read more
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BC Local News
Young entrepreneurs enliven Revelstoke’s economyTim Collins / News staff According to Mayor Mark McKee, Revelstoke's young ent
BC Local News / Posted 29 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff According to Mayor Mark McKee, Revelstoke's young entrepreneurs have given the city a new face. The days of the mega-projects are long gone, and the railway and resource based industries that drove Revelstoke's economy are... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Young entrepreneurs enliven Revelstoke’s economyTim Collins / News staff According to Mayor Mark McKee, Revelstoke’s young ent
Revelstoke Review / Posted 29 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff According to Mayor Mark McKee, Revelstoke’s young entrepreneurs have given the city a new face. The days of the mega-projects are long gone, and the railway and resource based industries that drove Revelstoke’s economy are... Read more
30d
BC Local News
Election reform bill like “a punch in the nose”Tim Collins / News staff Doug Clovechuk, the rookie MLA for Columbia River-Rev
BC Local News / Posted 30 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff Doug Clovechuk, the rookie MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke has reacted to the new NDP government's long promised campaign finance bill, introduced last Monday, by saying it was "like a punch in the nose." "I couldn't... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Election reform bill like “a punch in the nose”Tim Collins / News staff Doug Clovechuk, the rookie MLA for Columbia River-Rev
Revelstoke Review / Posted 30 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff Doug Clovechuk, the rookie MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke has reacted to the new NDP government’s long promised campaign finance bill, introduced last Monday, by saying it was “like a punch in the nose.” “I couldn’t... Read more
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BC Local News
Suspect in deadly crash arrestedTim Collins / News staff A suspect who is thought to have fled the scene of a
BC Local News / Posted 30 days ago
Tim Collins / News staff A suspect who is thought to have fled the scene of a crash outside Hope, B.C. last week has been arrested in Revelstoke. The suspect allegedly escaped following the crash by stealing a truck from a wildfire crew that had... Read more
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