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Funds from Government of Canada Legacy Fund - Building Communities through Arts and Heritage program
Floyd died on May 25. He had been handcuffed and was pleading that he couldn’t breathe.
The U.S. Tsunami Warning System predicted waves of 0.3 to 1 metre (1 to 3.3 feet)
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Raptors have been playing in Florida, a COVID-19 hotspot
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Missing person last seen in Courtenay on Feb. 21
The Society hopes people in all corners of the province will make the most of this opportunity
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Competition in recognition of International Day of Happiness, open to kids 11 to 18
LA firefighters recount relying on axe, luck to free Woods from crash
The Grammy-winning legend turned 75 this year
The satellite images focus on a variety of the region’s landmarks
protest of ANY kind will only prevail against a democratic government with a moral conscience.
COVID-19 has amplified inequalities faced by women; the recovery can be a step forward
North Saanich business feeds North America with healthy nutritious fare
The Vancouver-based couple wants to help people avoid destructive cults through their story
Supporting the fight to conquer childhood illnesses
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