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Community raises more than $32,000 for Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock fundraiser
Pacific Coast Collaborative grouping includes governors of California, Oregon and Washington
Drought has astonished resilient herders and farmers by lasting four failed rainy seasons
Non-profit housing providers give calls to action at a Victoria press conference
Forum was well-attended and presented by chamber of commerce
Lynn discovered by Canadian producers when she performed at former poultry barn in 1959
Langford, Victoria residents whip up new friendships while battling for top spot
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As expectations mount in demanding hockey markets, so does job insecurity
Hockey Quebec has ‘lost confidence’ in Hockey Canada; withholding funds
Disqualification bringing integrity of the sport into serious question
Cowichan Lady of the Lake program re-branded to ‘Cowichan Lake Ambassador Program’
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Still a faint hope that B.C.’s quarterback sensation could be back in time for the playoffs