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BC Local News
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in VictoriaWind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals f
BC Local News / Posted 2 hours ago
Wind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals from the Victoria Symphony, Naden Band, University of Victoria and Victoria Operatic Society, as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in VictoriaWind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals f
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 hours ago
Wind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals from the Victoria Symphony, Naden Band, University of Victoria and Victoria Operatic Society, as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in VictoriaWind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals f
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
Wind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals from the Victoria Symphony, Naden Band, University of Victoria and Victoria Operatic Society, as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in VictoriaWind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals f
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 hours ago
Wind Orchestra, a volunteer concert band made up of local music professionals from the Victoria Symphony, Naden Band, University of Victoria and Victoria Operatic Society, as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music... Read more
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BC Local News
Career Fair in Colwood connects all sides of job marketoutside that category. Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
outside that category. Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B.C. Corrections, ICBC, B.C. Ferries, the University of Victoria and the Canadian Armed Forces, to private companies including Thrifty Foods, Country Grocer, Elements... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Cigarette butts the main culprit in lagoon beach cleaupPeninsula recently. Some unusual items, including an old airplane seat belt an
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 hours ago
Peninsula recently. Some unusual items, including an old airplane seat belt and a recently expired parking pass for the University of Victoria were also picked up by the team, which is a region-wide environmental volunteer program that... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Career Fair in Colwood connects all sides of job marketoutside that category. Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B
Oak Bay News / Posted 8 hours ago
outside that category. Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B.C. Corrections, ICBC, B.C. Ferries, the University of Victoria and the Canadian Armed Forces, to private companies including Thrifty Foods, Country Grocer, Elements... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Career Fair in Colwood connects all sides of job marketoutside that category. Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
outside that category. Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B.C. Corrections, ICBC, B.C. Ferries, the University of Victoria and the Canadian Armed Forces, to private companies including Thrifty Foods, Country Grocer, Elements... Read more
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BC Local News
Couglin croons Saloon Standards for Sno’uyutth at Dunnet theatreMcGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
McGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in Orchestral Percussion Performance from the University of Victoria where he studied with Bill Linwood. He currently works as the drum instructor at Vancouver Island... Read more
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BC Local News
Take a ‘gallery walk’ through downtown Victoriais a free, self-guided adventure, open to everyone. Participating galleries inc
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
is a free, self-guided adventure, open to everyone. Participating galleries include Alcheringa Gallery, Madrona Gallery, University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries, West End Gallery, Winchester Galleries Ltd. and TAG – Trounce Alley Gallery.... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Take a ‘gallery walk’ through downtown Victoriais a free, self-guided adventure, open to everyone. Participating galleries inc
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
is a free, self-guided adventure, open to everyone. Participating galleries include Alcheringa Gallery, Madrona Gallery, University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries, West End Gallery, Winchester Galleries Ltd. and TAG – Trounce Alley Gallery.... Read more
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BC Local News
Alexa Koshman ‘super excited’ heading into final home opener with Avs[want to] lead by example.” Koshman, who is in her fourth-year of the Educatio
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
[want to] lead by example.” Koshman, who is in her fourth-year of the Education program offered at the school through the University of Victoria, is set to graduate and will be soaking in her final home opener as much as she can on Friday... Read more
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BC Local News
Jock Talk: Rowing Vikes head for the GorgeUniversity of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
University of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’s soccer team on the road, the women carry local play Friday, Oct. 20 when they host Trinity Western at 5 p.m. at Centennial Stadium. The women return to the pitch... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Jock Talk: Rowing Vikes head for the GorgeUniversity of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
University of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’s soccer team on the road, the women carry local play Friday, Oct. 20 when they host Trinity Western at 5 p.m. at Centennial Stadium. The women return to the pitch... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Jock Talk: Rowing Vikes head for the GorgeUniversity of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
University of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’s soccer team on the road, the women carry local play Friday, Oct. 20 when they host Trinity Western at 5 p.m. at Centennial Stadium. The women return to the pitch... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Jock Talk: Rowing Vikes head for the GorgeUniversity of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
University of Victoria athletes are in for a busy weekend. With the Vikes men’s soccer team on the road, the women carry local play Friday, Oct. 20 when they host Trinity Western at 5 p.m. at Centennial Stadium. The women return to the pitch... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Wide range of employers attending Black Press Extreme Career Fair in Colwoodwhat’s available to them.” Exhibitors range from public sector employers such
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
what’s available to them.” Exhibitors range from public sector employers such as B.C. Corrections, ICBC, B.C. Ferries, the University of Victoria and the Canadian Armed Forces, to private companies including Thrifty Foods, Country Grocer, Elements... Read more
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BC Local News
Port Alberni Black Sheep see signs of strength in rebuilding yearhoping for very good things over the next eight weeks.” The Black Sheep redeem
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
hoping for very good things over the next eight weeks.” The Black Sheep redeemed themselves with a 34–12 victory over University of Victoria Saxons and a 24–22 squeaker over rival Nanaimo Hornets on home turf Oct. 7, before dropping another... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Port Alberni Black Sheep see signs of strength in rebuilding yearhoping for very good things over the next eight weeks.” The Black Sheep redeem
Alberni Valley News / Posted 3 days ago
hoping for very good things over the next eight weeks.” The Black Sheep redeemed themselves with a 34–12 victory over University of Victoria Saxons and a 24–22 squeaker over rival Nanaimo Hornets on home turf Oct. 7, before dropping another... Read more
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BC Local News
Back in the PAC: Megan Beckettleague. After taking, but not enjoying Criminal Justice during her sophomore y
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
league. After taking, but not enjoying Criminal Justice during her sophomore year, she decided to study Education at the University of Victoria for the fall of 2017, but was soon met with an even better proposition. Meeting John Swanson again at... Read more
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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Jennifer Kennedy is the new manager at Mill Bay’s Arbutus RV & Marine Salesat 9:15 a.m. with presenter and author Mark Colgate, the associate dean of the
Lake Cowichan Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
at 9:15 a.m. with presenter and author Mark Colgate, the associate dean of the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria. The Monthly Luncheon begins at noon with keynote speaker Val Litwin, CEO of the BC Chamber of... Read more
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New Kerala
New science funding for hydrophones and oceanographic radars to monitor marine environments - newkerala news #281634LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, announced
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, announced $7.2 million in new science funding for the University of Victoria's Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) to support the increased use of world-renowned digital hydrophone and... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Wounded Warriors tackle trauma in Greater Victoriahigher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Tim Black, associate pr
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
higher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Tim Black, associate professor of counselling psychology at the University of Victoria, developed the program with clinical counsellor Alex Sterling, who has previously worked with Wounded... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Wounded Warriors tackle trauma in Greater Victoriahigher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Tim Black, associate pr
Oak Bay News / Posted 4 days ago
higher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Tim Black, associate professor of counselling psychology at the University of Victoria, developed the program with clinical counsellor Alex Sterling, who has previously worked with Wounded... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Wounded Warriors tackle trauma in Greater Victoriahigher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Tim Black, associate pr
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
higher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Tim Black, associate professor of counselling psychology at the University of Victoria, developed the program with clinical counsellor Alex Sterling, who has previously worked with Wounded... Read more
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BC Local News
Bursary winners announcedshe is dedicated to teaching others and expanding her knowledge as a composer.
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
she is dedicated to teaching others and expanding her knowledge as a composer. Friesen began her studies this fall at the University of Victoria in pursuit of a bachelor’s of music degree. In her second year, she hopes to enter the performance... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Bursary winners announcedshe is dedicated to teaching others and expanding her knowledge as a composer.
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 4 days ago
she is dedicated to teaching others and expanding her knowledge as a composer. Friesen began her studies this fall at the University of Victoria in pursuit of a bachelor’s of music degree. In her second year, she hopes to enter the performance... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Annual fair brings all things Japanese to Esquimaltpresentation, hosted by local Haiku Canada president Terry Ann Carter, a presen
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
presentation, hosted by local Haiku Canada president Terry Ann Carter, a presentation of Japanese classical theatre by University of Victoria Japanese studies faculty member Cody Poulton, and a martial arts demonstration by the Victoria Judo... Read more
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KERA North Texas
How Will China Select Its New Leaders At Its Communist Party Congress?event. Held every five years, the National Congress of the Chinese Communist P
KERA North Texas / Posted 5 days ago
event. Held every five years, the National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party is a piece of political theater that University of Victoria political scientist Wu Guoguang describes as being at once "holy" and "hollow." When it comes to... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Exhibition discusses cannabisfine arts at Ryerson University and followed to complete her master’s at the Co
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 5 days ago
fine arts at Ryerson University and followed to complete her master’s at the Concordia University. She teaches art at the University of Victoria since graduating in 2010. The artist-in-residence program began in 2010 and involves an artist... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
How Will China Select Its New Leaders At Its Communist Party Congress?event. Held every five years, the National Congress of the Chinese Communist P
KPBS San Diego / Posted 5 days ago
event. Held every five years, the National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party is a piece of political theater that University of Victoria political scientist Wu Guoguang describes as being at once "holy" and "hollow." When it comes to... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
3D printer will use ‘bioink’ to create brain tissuewhich is why a new technology that can test water and soil samples for discarde
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
which is why a new technology that can test water and soil samples for discarded DNA has been met with great excitement. University of Victoria molecular biologist Caren Helbing, a professor and Saanich resident of 20 years, was granted $185,000... Read more
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Oak Bay News
3D printer will use ‘bioink’ to create brain tissuewhich is why a new technology that can test water and soil samples for discarde
Oak Bay News / Posted 7 days ago
which is why a new technology that can test water and soil samples for discarded DNA has been met with great excitement. University of Victoria molecular biologist Caren Helbing, a professor and Saanich resident of 20 years, was granted $185,000... Read more
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BC Local News
Flautist holds master classIsland-based flautist is gearing up to help burgeoning Vernon musicians. Dr. S
BC Local News / Posted 8 days ago
Island-based flautist is gearing up to help burgeoning Vernon musicians. Dr. Suzanne Snizek, flute professor at the University of Victoria, is leading a flute master class at the Vernon Community Music School Oct. 21. Snizek attended the... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Flautist holds master classIsland-based flautist is gearing up to help burgeoning Vernon musicians. Dr. S
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 8 days ago
Island-based flautist is gearing up to help burgeoning Vernon musicians. Dr. Suzanne Snizek, flute professor at the University of Victoria, is leading a flute master class at the Vernon Community Music School Oct. 21. Snizek attended the... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Speaker set for Science in Societyprovide details on indigenous resource management in B.C. Nancy Turner, emerit
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 8 days ago
provide details on indigenous resource management in B.C. Nancy Turner, emeritus professor in environmental studies at the University of Victoria, will take part in Okanagan College’s Science in Society Speaker Series Wednesday, Oct. 18. Turner... Read more
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BC Local News
UVic grant in lieu of taxes down again for Oak BayOak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on tr
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
Oak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on trend for 2018 – unfortunately, says Mayor Nils Jensen. In 2003 Oak Bay got more than $72,000; last year the district received $55,000. This year they received $50,000 in... Read more
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BC Local News
Conference targets a regional approachto water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action confe
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
to water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action conference, set to take place this weekend at the University of Victoria, seeks to address regional issues more cohesively, and more collaboratively. “With 13 municipalities... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Couglin croons Saloon Standards for Sno’uyutth at Dunnet theatreMcGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
McGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in Orchestral Percussion Performance from the University of Victoria where he studied with Bill Linwood. He currently works as the drum instructor at Vancouver Island... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Couglin croons Saloon Standards for Sno’uyutth at Dunnet theatreMcGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in
Oak Bay News / Posted 9 days ago
McGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in Orchestral Percussion Performance from the University of Victoria where he studied with Bill Linwood. He currently works as the drum instructor at Vancouver Island... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Couglin croons Saloon Standards for Sno’uyutth at Dunnet theatreMcGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
McGill University where he studied with Chris McCann, and a Master of Music in Orchestral Percussion Performance from the University of Victoria where he studied with Bill Linwood. He currently works as the drum instructor at Vancouver Island... Read more
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Oak Bay News
UVic grant in lieu of taxes down again for Oak BayOak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on tr
Oak Bay News / Posted 10 days ago
Oak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on trend for 2018 – unfortunately, says Mayor Nils Jensen. In 2003 Oak Bay got more than $72,000; last year the district received $55,000. This year they received $50,000 in... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
UVic grant in lieu of taxes down again for Oak BayOak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on tr
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Oak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on trend for 2018 – unfortunately, says Mayor Nils Jensen. In 2003 Oak Bay got more than $72,000; last year the district received $55,000. This year they received $50,000 in... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
UVic grant in lieu of taxes down again for Oak BayOak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on tr
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
Oak Bay’s grant in lieu of taxes from the University of Victoria is right on trend for 2018 – unfortunately, says Mayor Nils Jensen. In 2003 Oak Bay got more than $72,000; last year the district received $55,000. This year they received $50,000 in... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Conference targets a regional approachto water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action confe
Oak Bay News / Posted 10 days ago
to water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action conference, set to take place this weekend at the University of Victoria, seeks to address regional issues more cohesively, and more collaboratively. “With 13 municipalities... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Conference targets a regional approachto water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action confe
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
to water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action conference, set to take place this weekend at the University of Victoria, seeks to address regional issues more cohesively, and more collaboratively. “With 13 municipalities... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Conference targets a regional approachto water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action confe
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
to water to food security and governance, the Common Vision Common Action conference, set to take place this weekend at the University of Victoria, seeks to address regional issues more cohesively, and more collaboratively. “With 13 municipalities... Read more
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BC Local News
Tod Creek Watershed open house on SaturdayServices, District of Saanich – Dr. Rick Nordin, limnologist (study of Inland
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
Services, District of Saanich – Dr. Rick Nordin, limnologist (study of Inland waters), Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria In addition, panel representatives from First Nations, the Province and other agencies have been... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Tod Creek Watershed open house on SaturdayServices, District of Saanich – Dr. Rick Nordin, limnologist (study of Inland
Oak Bay News / Posted 10 days ago
Services, District of Saanich – Dr. Rick Nordin, limnologist (study of Inland waters), Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria In addition, panel representatives from First Nations, the Province and other agencies have been... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Tod Creek Watershed open house on SaturdayServices, District of Saanich – Dr. Rick Nordin, limnologist (study of Inland
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Services, District of Saanich – Dr. Rick Nordin, limnologist (study of Inland waters), Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria In addition, panel representatives from First Nations, the Province and other agencies have been... Read more
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