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Abbotsford Citizens Patrol Celebrates 30 Years

The Abbotsford Citizens Patrol are celebrating 30 years serving their community.


We are Here in the Universe: Astronomer Brent Tully

If you ever wonder about our place amongst the stars, to say it is relative may be too easy an answer. Where would one even begin to map out the Universe? Astronomer Dr. R. Brent Tully from the University of Hawaii, pinpoints our whereabouts in the Universe when he speaks about the Laniakea Supercluster on Friday, October 17, 2014 7:00pm at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre.


6 Tips for Hassle Free Travel This Long Weekend

The Nanaimo Airport Commission has 6 tips for hassle free travel this long weekend.


AZA Grants Accreditation to Zoo de Granby

The Association of Zoos & Aquariums announced that the Zoo de Granby was granted accreditation by AZA's independent Accreditation Commission.


Hot Sardines, Big Sugar, Barstool Prophets added to Shenkman Arts Centre Season

The Shenkman Arts Centre's celebratory 5th Anniversary season just got even better with the addition of three new shows. All shows will presented in the 500-seat Harold Shenkman Hall, which reviewers, audiences and performers agree, has the best sound in the city.


Let's talk about Sex! Conference - Sex Therapy & Neurology

Join us as we welcome Dr. Pierre-Paul Tellier and Dr. Laurie Betito to explore a topic rarely discussed by those with neurological diseases and disorders: Sex.


Experience the Magic When Cirque Musica Visits the Abbotsford Centre This Holiday Season

Cirque Musica comes to Abbotsford at the Abbotsford Centre December 17th.


Help Us Find Justin Rutter - Still Missing After 5 years

The Ottawa Police Service Missing Persons Unit is appealing to the public for tips to locate missing teenager Justin Rutter.


Cornwall Chamber of Commerce Says Businesses Are Concerned About Ontario Pension Plan

The Cornwall Chamber of Commerce is concerned that Ontario’s proposed pension plan will negatively impact economic competitiveness and job creation in Cornwall.


Nearly 31 per cent reduction in fires from 2012 to 2013 in Winnipeg

Drop in fires attributed to arson prevention, public education, and removal of AutoBins.


"Nothing much has changed" says Nenshi: Big city charter "framework" agreement between Prentice PCs and big cities brings nothing new

New Democrat Municipal Affairs critic Deron Bilous said Tuesday that after years of foot-dragging on city charters, the PCs are making a hasty announcement on big city by-elections that doesn't change anything significant.


The Virtual Stage Offers Sneak Preview of Chilling Scene from Immersive, Undead Theatre Adventure

On Death's Door: Plague of the Zombie Syndrome

Sneak preview of interactive new production takes place today at SFU Woodward's Atrium (149 West Hastings).


Adoptable animals featured at 2014 Vancouver Home + Design Show

New floors and wall coverings? Check.

Furry ball of unconditional love? Check!


Innovative murals and provocative posters confront the issue of bullying

In preparation for the WORLD PREMIERE production of STICKBOY. A revolutionary new opera composed by Neil Weisensel and Libretto by Shane Koyczan.


Homelessness & Panhandling - A 2014 Election Priority

Homelessness and panhandling are a challenge for visitors, local citizens and the business community in Victoria.

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