Our democracy is predicated upon the principle that we, as citizens, cast a ballot for our preferred candidate in an election. To do this, we must have knowledge of the various parties and candidates who are running.
All the single ladies should not put their hands up — seriously, put them down
The author of Ecclesiastes made a fan out of me with the words, “I commend enjoyment,” for I, too, commend enjoyment. And just after this initial commendation comes the lasting legacy of Ecclesiastes: “there is nothing better for people under the sun than to eat, and drink, and enjoy themselves.”
On Nov. 12, former Canucks icon Pavel Bure was finally given a spot in the prestigious Hockey Hall of Fame after six years of being passed up by the selection committee.
On the corner of Blanshard Street and Broughton Street lies a tiny yet delightful bistro, The Clay Pigeon.
Victoria audiences will get to experience the iconic Von Trapp family live this month at the McPherson Playhouse, where the Victoria Operatic Society (VOS) will take on The Sound of Music. The show premieres Dec. 7 at 8 p.m., and it won’t exactly be a remake of the film version we’re all so familiar with…. Read more »
Referendum results, union agreements and UVic residence canvassing
National charity evaluates other charities’ efficiency and disclosure
Venerable journalist Jeffrey Simpson’s new book, Chronic Condition, examines and challenges why debating health care issues has become endemic rather than a healthy exercise. In this, his eighth book, Simpson challenges the populist understanding of the history of health care by exposing common myths, and he debunks some ideas about the future of health care. In… Read more »
Hot on the heels of their third consecutive national championship win, the Martlet speaks with Vikes women’s rowing team members Stefanie Miklosovic and Rachel Dennis about future prospects.