You are most cordially invited to an Open House at the Victoria Lawn Bowling Club on April 6 and 7, 2019 between the hours of 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Refreshments will be available, as will experts who will explain and demonstrate the two games played at the Club: lawn bowling and croquet.
That is the question. Or at least a question, and one that gets asked a lot. “Is it OK to pick this?” “Are you sure?”
Truth, in Government
The Victoria Health Co-operative is looking for:
A grant writer and/or researcher
Financial contributions to fund the supply of furniture (exam table etc), medical equipment and disposables, plus the salary for a medical office assistant.
Board director positions
We’re okay. We have keys that unlock doors that welcome us home, a place where we belong and where we are allowed to enter without permission
Born in Victoria in 1863, Agnes Deans Cameron had earned her teaching certificate by age sixteen. She went on to spark change in the teaching profession.
What happens when wildlife photographers from 75 different countries submit their best work, a total of about 45,000 photos, and then skilled judges pick the best 100 images for display?
I was proud and honoured to stand in the Legislature on February 19 and deliver my third budget as B.C.’s Minister of Finance. Budget 2019 is about creating opportunities by lifting people up so that they can thrive.
Osteoarthritis (also known as degenerative joint disease) is the most common form of arthritis seen in both human and pet populations. Arthritis is a chronic and degenerative disease of the joints.
Some pharmacies will ask if you would be interested in a medication review. You may be thinking, how is this different than when I see my doctor or isn’t this automatically done.
Trees: beautiful, important, but social? We know they are often long-lived but are they neighbourly, considerate of the young, and helpful to others?
More than 100 years after Velociped races on the horse track in Beacon Hill Park, more bicycles can be expected as the ‘facelift” for the multiuse pathway has been completed, more or less, at a cost of $90,000!
Ken Milbrath gave an illustrated presentation on the Pemberton Trail, a proposal he has spear-headed for many years.
James Bay Window Wanderland takes place over three nights, February 22-24, from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. Interest is high, and this year promises to be even more inspiring than last year’s offering.
If a neighbourhood had eyes, they would be windows.
Windows of various shapes and sizes looking out with a clear view of all that is going on in the ‘hood. And sometimes, their glassy gaze can even help connect a community.