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UVic law grad Brian Bird of Port Coquitlam has been hired to be a clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada beginning in September 2012. He was one of some 200 applicants for 27 positions.

From Citadel Heights to the Supreme Court

A Port Coquitlam man has more than a year to prepare for a new job working as a clerk in the Supreme Court of Canada.

UVic law grad Brian Bird of Port Coquitlam has been hired to be a clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada beginning in September 2012. He was one of some 200 applicants for 27 positions.

ALS society plans flower day

When you wear a blue cornflower in June, it sends a message…

Victoria helps out its sister in need

Victoria and Marioka are sister cities in good times and bad, so…

Naz Rayani will be taking part in the annual World Partnership Walk in support of development programs that adress poverty in Asia and Africa.

Overcoming adversity one step at a time

Naz Rayani lives and breathes putting others before himself.Even as he lay…

Naz Rayani will be taking part in the annual World Partnership Walk in support of development programs that adress poverty in Asia and Africa.

Restorative justice group shares good news stories

Inside the gates of William Head Institution, a group of people weekly…

Five-year-old Trent Mill gets help from his mother Roxanne to put a photo of his dad’s ship

Online parenting tool launched for military families

Greater Victoria program first of its kind in Canada

Five-year-old Trent Mill gets help from his mother Roxanne to put a photo of his dad’s ship
Violet Townend

Beach babe

The brief stretches of sun Oak Bay has seen this week prompted…

  • May 12, 2011
Violet Townend

Anti-poverty conference welcomes everyone

Poverty activists, people in poverty, and those interested in changing the system…

Energy Expo taps into body, mind and soul

Expect miracles.Andrea Zonnis, a professional psychic, says anything can happen when you…

Golden retriever Indy with owner Christie Giallore at Beaver Lake Park during last year’s Everybody and Their Dog walk.

Canine carnival set for Sunday at Beaver Lake park

Everybody and their dog is invited to the Everybody and Their Dog…

  • May 10, 2011
Golden retriever Indy with owner Christie Giallore at Beaver Lake Park during last year’s Everybody and Their Dog walk.

Victoria woman heads to U.S. for controversial MS surgery

Esquimalt Neighbourhood House raises $6,200 toward cost

Call out for Africa-bound bicycles

They might have extended their useful life here, but in Namibia they…

Forging a link with the past

Ancestors of Germans from Russia unite this weekend

Author teaches healing art

Vancouver author Cathy Sosnowsky is leading a workshop to help those suffering…

Ivana Halliday doles out some unconditional love to Peanut

Dog companion a B.C. standout

Saanich resident earns kudos from SPCA

  • May 10, 2011
Ivana Halliday doles out some unconditional love to Peanut
Pink shirt-wearing baseball umpires Lloyd Mildon

It’s all for moms

Umpires working pee wee and bantam AA minor baseball games Sunday at…

  • May 9, 2011
Pink shirt-wearing baseball umpires Lloyd Mildon
Actors (seated from left) Connie te Kamp

Actors waylaid

A group of actors and behind-the-scenes crew members got down to work…

Actors (seated from left) Connie te Kamp

Seminar takes guesswork out of cancer treatment

Type "complementary medicine" into any Internet search engine, and more than two…

Karl and Stephanie Bossler dance to stay warm outside W & J Wilson clothing store on Government Street during a break in the inaugural Tweed Ride. The duo were among approximately 200 cyclists who dressed in their stylish best to take part in the ride.

Riding with style

Approximately 200 cyclists dressed in their stylish best to take part in…

  • May 8, 2011
Karl and Stephanie Bossler dance to stay warm outside W & J Wilson clothing store on Government Street during a break in the inaugural Tweed Ride. The duo were among approximately 200 cyclists who dressed in their stylish best to take part in the ride.