Forces opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s repressive regime continue to face challenges despite forming a coalition organization officially recognized by the European Union, six Persian Gulf countries and the United Kingdom.
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Adrien Smart Third year Writing Yeah, I was just at Felicita’s the other day, and they were thinking of renaming it and they were letting everyone write down a name as they were drinking and eating. So I think that that’s a good way to get people involved. I don’t think $5 is a lot… Read more »
A UVic course on B.C.’s political economy being offered for the spring term will be taught by MLA George Abbott. Abbott’s career in provincial politics spanned five ministries and lasted 33 years.
Fair transit fares a matter of balancing community and ridership needs