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Phillips Backyard Weekender: the place to be this weekend in Vic, BC
Some weeks close with only a weekend, but mid-summer in Victoria BC, sunglass clad beer swillers and eager foot stompers get to have a weekender.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Penninsula News Review
Pat Bay history takes flight
During the Second World War, there were as many as 7,500 people working at the Pat Bay Airfield - what is today the Victoria International Airport.
Truro Daily News
Shriners FezMobile reaches destination
Almost two months after the Exceptional Care Odyssey made its pit stop in Truro, its 65-day journey came to an end.
Reason magazine and racism
PandoDaily contacted noted Holocaust historian and Holocaust Museum expert Deborah Lipstadt to ask her opinion.
B.C. residents in a three-way split on the monarchy, poll finds
For British Columbia, anything "royal" means business. Our capital is named after the longest-serving monarch.
CardioComm Solutions Closes Equity Financing
TORONTO, ONTARIO / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2014 / CardioComm Solutions, Inc. announced today it had closed the first tranche of its previously announced private placement equity financing.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Hitchbot hits road for science
A chatty robot named HitchBot sits next to Aurenn MacIntosh, 11, at the Institute for Applied Creativity at NSCAD port campus on Thursday.
MGX Minerals Receives NI 43-101 Technical Report-Driftwood Creek Magnesite
The report, dated July 22, 2014, was produced by D.G. MacIntyre & Associates of Victoria, BC and authored by Donald MacIntyre, .
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Hydro Pole Catches Fire on Craigflower Road
Esquimalt Fire Rescue was called to the scene of a burning power pole in the 800 block of Craigflower Road at approximately 9 a.m. this morning.
The Toronto Star
Foreign workers program challenged in court
A husband and wife who own two chain restaurants in Labrador have launched a constitutional challenge against Ottawa's move to keep them from hiring foreign workers and place their businesses on an online blacklist.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Metro Vancouver woman joins movement to drop her U.S. citizenship
The Vancouver Sun launches Wine Critic for your smartphone, tablet and desktop computer, featuring wine picks, tips, videos, advice on food pairings and more from our expert Anthony Gismondi.
Social Network for Dogs! 2Galvanize Web Solutions Launches WagAround App
Local technology juggernaut, 2Galvanize Web & Mobile Solutions, announced today the launch of its new technological solution.
Indie Fridays Continues Through 9/5 at Yonge-Dundas Square
DUNDAS SQUARE transforms into Toronto's biggest indie venue when Virgin Mobile presents INDIE FRIDAYS takes place every Friday night from 8-10pm until September 5, 2014.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Building bridges for West Shore women
Nicole Bichard, counsellor and facilitator at Bridges for Women's new West Shore campus, works with materials used in one of the programs offered at the Langford site.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The St Paul Journal
Kissel leads field with eight CCMA Award nominations
Flat Lake's very own Brett Kissel will lead all artists at the Canadian Country Music Awards in Edmonton on Sept.
Saanich event remembers the Komagata Maru, fight for equality
A devoted group of Saanich residents are celebrating a century of progress in the fight against racism by recognizing a dark day in Canada's history.
Clyde Drew of St. Alban's is a professional carver who has sold works of art all over the world.
Alaska at last
This past winter, our son Anthony was invited to attend a conference in Victoria, B.C. in May. So he called me and said he was thinking about taking a trip to Alaska while he was there.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Journal of Commerce
Vancouver Island landmark undergoing major renovations
The iconic Empress Hotel in Victoria, B.C. will soon undergo millions of dollars in renovations after a change in ownership.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Impacts of dwarf mistletoe on the physiology of host Tsuga...
EPA Home A Science Inventory A Impacts of dwarf mistletoe on the physiology of host Tsuga heterophylla trees as recorded in tree ring C and O stable isotopes Impacts of dwarf mistletoe on the physiology of host Tsuga heterophylla trees as recorded in tree ring C and O stable isotopes Marias, D., F. Meinzer, D. Woodruff, D. Shaw, S. Voelker, J.