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B.C. nurses face higher risk of workplace violence than law enforcement

B.C. nurses face higher risk of workplace violence than law enforcement

As front-line workers, nurses serve many roles in the health care system—they’re caretakers, educators, patient advocates and, increasingly, victims of violence.
Chemainus home delivers on energy efficiency and long list of must-haves

Chemainus home delivers on energy efficiency and long list of must-haves

Endless pool and green cred fit long-term plans of transplanted Albertans
5 Ideas to Plan a Fun Spring Escape to Seattle

5 Ideas to Plan a Fun Spring Escape to Seattle

Perhaps it was the busy holiday season or maybe the wacky winter weather, but needless to say, we’re glad that spring has found its way back to the Pacific Northwest.
UVic Vice President’s Guide to Managing Change

UVic Vice President’s Guide to Managing Change

“Being able to move forward and take advantage of opportunities is all about paying attention to how change impacts the people involved,” she says.
Après-Ski Hotspots On and Around Mt. Washington

Après-Ski Hotspots On and Around Mt. Washington

Vancouver Island’s Mt. Washington offers a plethora of activities for outdoors enthusiasts of all ages and skill-levels. Beyond exciting winter activities and picturesque vistas, Mt.
Only half of B.C. investors know what they’re paying in fees: study

Only half of B.C. investors know what they’re paying in fees: study

According to a ground-breaking new study by the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC), 51 percent of investors in British Columbia know how much they’re paying in fees for the investments they buy, sell or hold in their portfolios.
Victoria Harbour Authority’s Director of Finance sees the big picture

Victoria Harbour Authority’s Director of Finance sees the big picture

Today’s Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs) attain dynamic jobs almost unrecognizable from the stereotyped image of a number cruncher holed up in an isolated cubicle.
How would you spend $1,000 a day in Victoria?

How would you spend $1,000 a day in Victoria?

What if you had $1,000 a day for the rest of your life? This might sound like a dream, but it could become your reality thanks to the new national lottery game, DAILY GRAND. Every $3 ticket gives you a chance to win $1,000 a day for life.
Quiz: Would you pass your written road test if you had to take it again?

Quiz: Would you pass your written road test if you had to take it again?

Whether you passed your driver’s test last week or last decade, reminding yourself of some of the basics will keep you safer behind the wheel — and protect other road users and pedestrians.
Experience BC festivals this fall

Experience BC festivals this fall

Fall is festival season in British Columbia. Wine, beer, culture, writing and wildlife all take centre stage in a series of autumn festivals and events hosted in some of the province’s most picturesque and vibrant communities.
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