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Lawyer wants revote on Langley's TWU approval
The fight may not be over yet for Trinity Western University as it works to create a law school.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Ian Mulgrew: Second call for civil forfeiture called 'punitive' by defence lawyer
An elderly Burnaby couple has asked Supreme Court Justice Ronald to stop the latest forfeiture proceeding against.
RTA Cabinets Are Among The Best Option To Choose To Remodel Your Kitchen
Vancouver Cabinets Inc. One-Stop Shopping Center for Bathroom renovation, remodeling and vanities stores in North Vancouver, Coquitlam, Langley, & Victoria BC.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Tilikum Crossing: Did TriMet name Portland's new bridge after a Canadian shopping mall?
On Wednesday, TriMet named Portland's newest bridge Tilikum Crossing, using the Chinook Wawa word for "people" and "friends" A drum group from the Confederate Tribes of the Grand Ronde closed the naming ceremony.
Kenmore Air holding Spring Seat Sale for travel through June 16
Kenmore Air announced their annual Spring Seat Sale on April 16 for flights between Seattle and the San Juan Islands, Victoria, BC or Nanaimo, BC for travel through June 16. Save $50 per person on round-trip flights between Seattle and the San Juan Islands* , Victoria, BC or Nanaimo, BC Airport.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Minister mulls barring foreign worker program for some fast-food jobs
Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney says it may be time to bar the use of the temporary foreign worker program in filling some fast-food job needs because there should be enough Canadians to handle the work.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
View Royal teen flees Victoria police, tosses handgun after hit-and-run: witnesses
A vehicle fleeing police crashed into another vehicle at Government and John streets Monday afternoon.
B.C. privacy report urges tougher rules for employment checks
A lunar eclipse took place Tuesday. The entire event was to be visible from North and South America, but sky watchers in northern and eastern Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia were out of luck, according to US space agency NASA.
BC researchers to exploit big data to protect ocean
A new collaboration between IBM Canada and Ocean Networks Canada , a major ocean research institute headquartered at the University of Victoria, includes big plans for the use of big data.
The Wytches made a new video, touring West Coast with Cloud Nothings...
UK pysch/garage/punk trio The Wytches are set to release their debut album via Partisan this summer .
Average Canadian house price over $400K
The Canadian Real Estate Association says the average price of a Canadian home increased by six per cent last month, to $401,419.
Spring bursts forth in splendor
Across most of the United States, spring has burst forth with its spectacular show of color.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
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Pacific Links International Announces Partnership With Bear Mountain...
Pacific Links International announced today that it has entered into an affiliate club partnership with Bear Mountain Golf Resort and Spa on Vancouver Island in the capital city of Victoria, British Columbia.
Green Swan Advisory Board
To accelerate the growth plan Green Swan is pleased to announce that Dr. Stephen Coutts has joined the Advisory Board.
McDonald's foreign worker practices face growing scrutiny
Several temporary foreign workers were brought in to work at this McDonald's franchise in Parksville, B.C. three years ago.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The London Free Press
My London: This artist, who taught at Beal in 1958-59, died in 1995 in Victoria B.C.
Former London artist Charlotte Brainerd is seen an undated photograph. Brainerd taught at Beal in the late 1950s and made friends with London artists while she lived here.
The Globe and Mail
Has Canada's foreign labour program outgrown its usefulness?
Mike Buensuceso at his shop, Asian Central, in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Friday. While Yukon's new temporary foreign worker program will help some small business owners like Buensuceso, others question the need for it in the North.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
FSI Announces a Decrease in First Quarter, 2014 Revenue
Victoria, British Columbia CANADA, April 11, 2014 /FSC/ - Flexible Solutions International Inc. ,is the developer and manufacturer of biodegradable polymers for oil extraction, detergent ingredients and water treatment as well as crop nutrient availability chemistry.
Is it a bit too malty, bitter?
Back when I was still studying at Brandon University several years ago, I did an interview with CBC Radio 3's Grant Lawrence.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Crack smoking, beer drinking things to avoid during road checks: Cop
Driving up to a road check with a crack pipe in one hand and a lighter in the other isn't the brightest idea, a Victoria, B.C. police officer says.