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$50,000 Research Grant Awarded

The Ontario Rett Syndrome Association (O.R.S.A.) Board of Directors has unanimously approved the funding of a $50,000 Research Grant to a joint grant application from Dr. Juan Ausio (Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Victoria, BC) and Dr. John Vincent (Neurogenetics, University of Toronto).

Canadian Folk Music Veterans at Blyth Memorial Hall

Anne Lederman and Ian Bell began making music together in the late 1970s and show no signs of slowing down.Since they first sat down with a fiddle and guitar, Anne and Ian have been singing, playing and absorbing Canada's roots music - in settings ranging from Roy Thompson Hall and the Winnipeg Folk Festival to community halls, farm kitchens and barn dances. Now they are coming to Blyth Memorial Hall in Lederman/Bell - A Journey in Song on Wednesday, April 15 at 8pm.

Cloud for Healthcare in a Box

Canadian IT Company's Microsoft solutions takes the the largest sports medicine and rehabilitation clinic in BC across the province to provide an improved healthcare environment for BC residents.

imHark Introduces B2B Bitcoin Payments

Following in the footsteps of major companies like Microsoft, Dell and, imHark now includes Bitcoin as a B2B payment option. While the major companies don't accept Bitcoin payment for B2B transactions, Joseph Dignard, president of imHark thinks it's an inevitability.

Charlottetown Presents Balanced Budget, Avoids Tax Increase

The City of Charlottetown presented a balanced budget for 2015 at a public meeting of Council held at City Hall on Friday, March 27. The City is projecting a budget of $46.75 million, and the Water and Sewer Utility is projecting a budget of $10.35 million.

New Moose Jaw Hospital needs Hyperbaric Chamber

The Saskatchewan Green Party wants the Wall Government to reconsider adding a Hypebaric Chamber to the new hospital that is being built in Moose Jaw.

Support Campbell River youth at the Earth Week Film Festival

Show your support for Campbell River youth and local environmental initiatives by attending this year’s Earth Week Film Festival! The festival takes place Thursday, April 23 at the Tidemark Theatre, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and the show starting at 7 p.m. Admission is by donation at the door, and proceeds from the event will support a post-secondary environmental bursary for a graduating School District 72 student.

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