Charmaine Chard First year Geology “Online materials are better than textbooks. Basically because textbooks are very very very expensive and online materials are provided free for you . . . And if you have to pay for the online materials, it’s still cheaper than the textbooks themselves.” Marcelle Kitengie Third year English/French “Personally, I’m not a… Read more »
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Last stages of B.C. forest plan disquieting for environmental groups
“I’ll take a bucket of climate action to go, please” is a phrase people may soon hear around local libraries.
Police ask public to report any suspicious hunting activity in Saanich
Concerned groups say fewer marine units a public safety concern, likely to endanger lives
In response to the potential loss of another Monday in the spring term for B.C.’s new statutory holiday, Family Day, the UVic Senate voted on Oct. 5 to move spring reading break.
Drivers abstain from wearing uniforms as bargaining continues
Judicial Affairs Office seeks feedback on year-old policy
On Sept. 11, the Capital Regional District (CRD) held its EcoStar awards ceremony celebrating businesses, organizations and individuals who have led the way in environmentally conscious initiatives.