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That's right down the road from us! BREAKING NEWS: Sooke shooting sparks massive manhunt
WATCH: RCMP search for suspects after a Sooke shooting that injured two people Tuesday evening. There are unconfirmed reports it was a drive-by shooting.
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WTG #Ontario  This can be done! #greenenergy  
Ontario’s $7-billion bid to slash carbon footprint will affect every aspect of life in province while disrupting auto and energy sectors
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Another reason why #BCTransit is a waste of taxdollars! Good Samaritan slammed by transit supervisor for calling 911
Sarah Kriel believes she did the right thing when she dialled 911 after she saw a fellow passenger go into medical distress.
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#racism&ignorance alive and well in #Canada. South Campbell River residents oppose First Nation reserve
Tlowitsis First Nation wants to buy land near York Rd, if they can have reserve status. Over 100 residents of a York Road neighbourhood in South Campbell River filled a meeting of the Strathcona Regional District’s Electoral Areas Services Committee meeting today. They wanted to express their concerns about plans of the Tlowitsis First Nation to …
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Just signed the petition and ordered some seeds and made a donation to #OvergrowCanada Helping to spread the #marijuana word! 
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Faith in the courts? Perhaps...
The Federal Court of Appeal has overturned approval of the Enbridge's controversial Northern Gateway project after finding Ottawa failed to properly consult the First Nations affected by the pipeline.
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Let the #scams begin! Couple accused of faking Fort McMurray connection for free stuff
When Darryl Rondeau and his girlfriend came to Claresholm, Alta., saying they lost everything in the Fort McMurray fire, they were welcomed with open arms — then police noticed their story didn't add up.
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My two eldest were wondering what was going on. #lockdown Kids kept inside at 2 schools over social media threats
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I know from experience that this poor woman is so screwed until her kids are the legal age!
The worst part: if someone doesn't like her hair, or anything, they can get to her through her children!
There needs to be something done so that the families ministry across Canada have to report to someone other than themselves!
Once that door is opened, there is no closing it!
In fact, I am writing a book about my family's experiences with the ministry here in BC: it's going to be an international bestseller!
‪#‎MCFDinBCisawalkingdisaster‬ ‪#‎allfamiliesaredifferent‬
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"And one more note: During the seven years (1996-2003) that Keiko was enjoying the good life in Oregon and Iceland and Norway, under the care of animal activists, a total of six orcas died at SeaWorld. If SeaWorld and its minions want to imply that the kind of care that Keiko received “killed him,” that’s an accusation that can be hurled straight back at them sixfold."
If you watch much cable-network teevee, it’s a statistical near-certainty you’ve seen this ad sometime in the past week, because SeaWorld has been flooding the cables with it. Here’s the script: Some say, free the whales. Fo...
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I wouldn't send my worst enemy on a #GreyhoundBus. Greyhound forces Alberta girls off bus at remote B.C. stop
Two young sisters heading home to Alberta from a visit with their mother in B.C. were told to get off a Greyhound bus in the middle of the night at a remote gas station, where they waited alone for hours.
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Strong writing skills have always been my weapon of choice. I wield my pen better than my tongue when it comes to communication and I compose what I want to see when I choose to read.
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I am looking for people who are interested in current events and what is happening around them to join me in my journey through learning about fascinating goings-on and perhaps ways to help where we can. I encourage you to read my stories and pass the relevant information on to others whom you feel would either benefit from the news or be interested in my articles. I am very excited to be starting a new path in my career as a writer and I invite other like minded people to follow me as I meander determinedly towards a glorious future. 
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    1993 - 1995
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Mario Canseco: What Gordon Campbell did and what Rachel Notley cannot
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Banning cartwheels: What’s the point of recess with no fun?
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“Nobody has ever hurt themselves,” says one of the prime offenders, a Grade 5 student who rock-climbs in her free time. “I was like, what th

The Future of Tipping
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first off, let me begin by stating that unless you have a reservation, be prepared to wait a VERY long time to be seated. for such a beautiful setting, i was EXTREMELY disappointed in the small menu, with nothing to recommend it! living on the west coast, i have never in my life been in a restaurant that served ONLY salmon or tuna as their ONLY seafood dishes. although the portion sizes were deserving of a mention, there was VERY limited other dishes offered, none of which seemed very appetizing or appealing, with prices to match. i'd suggest drinking water when you are here! the service was okay, the hostess seemed to have to strive to play friendly, the waitress was slow to bring us our orders. overall, i found this restaurant lacking on MANY different levels, and wouldn't go back or suggest this place to anyone!
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
usually helpful staff, although sometimes not very knowledgeable about various authors, especially new ones entering the writing scene, unless they are local. i found the actual owner to be friendly, courteous and helpful! i love bringing my family here to buy our books - the five of us who read in our house!
Quality: GoodAppeal: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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although the food was satisfactory, the decor was mediocre and the service was pretty common, my biggest complaint was the price! way to overpriced for what i got. $50 didn't even feed me and my friend a good meal; i had the cheapest thing on the menu and drank only water while my friend had the special of the day and one juice. we shared dessert. for a total of $53 - i didn't even have enough to leave a tip! i would never recommend this place to anyone unless they had just won the lottery!
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Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago