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Rescued false killer whale 'Chester' adjusts to life in bigger pool

It was a laborious long weekend for Chester, the young false killer whale found stranded six weeks ago, as the growing calf adjusted to life in a larger pool at the Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. 375 more words

Vancouver

The sweetest, seductive, scentuous candles in town!

Made by hand by one of hockingstuart’s own, these gorgeous soy candles are delectable with their stunning aromas and timeless style. It’s truly too tempting to not just choose one of the amazing and very individual scents to instantly permeate a room. 150 more words

Hockingstuart

Christianity is no different than Atheism or New Age - according to most Christians today

The Peasant was amused by this video. I came across it on Facebook.

I don’t mean any ill will or calumny toward Ms. Osteen. She seems sincere, and I think she meant well. 632 more words

Catholic Church

Docklands, Southbank and Ghosts

After another day spent working on my ethics in education university paper, I was happy to stretch my legs and check out more of what Melbourne has to offer. 358 more words

Travel

Suspended sentences scrapped in all Victorian courts | World news | theguardian.com

Victoria’s rollback of suspended sentences has come into effect. Suspended jail terms are no longer an option for the state’s magistrates when handing down sentences for crimes occurring after 1 September. 36 more words

Victoria

Exhibition Dates!


I finally have the exhibition details for my show at Xchanges Gallery in Victoria, BC. The show is called “the horizon of her mind was limited by the mountain” and contains work from my residency in Wales earlier this year, as well as collage and textile pieces made since then. 72 more words

Art

Lawyer for B.C. man accused of murder asks for second-degree conviction

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – The lawyer for a British Columbia man accused of killing three women and a 15-year-old girl has asked the jury to convict his client of second-degree murder. 127 more words

Canada