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Camouflaged doors (or sort of)

At Clover Point in Victoria, there’s a pumping station with some doors that appear to match the rock wall that surrounds them – sort of. 65 more words


East-End Charlottetown: The Urban Island Within

The Urban Island Within
Michael Conway

I came to Island Studies late. I didn’t really understand the process and just wanted to stay involved with UPEI. 2,790 more words


Outfit Post: Calvin Klein Cocktail Launch

Here’s a quick outfit post. To read more about the event, click HERE 30 more words


There is always a bright spot

No matter how low the clouds get, there’s always a bright spot somewhere.

Juan de Fuca Strait had kind of a dark mood this morning. The cloud deck was low and threatening, but still, there was a bit of light catching the edges here and there. 26 more words

Interviewing Iris Maute-Gibson for City Council

Iris Maute-Gibson, applicant to the City Council seat vacated by Cathy Lehman, started out our interview on the right foot – she brought annotated maps. 1,087 more words

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Off to Queenstown ... a story with pictures

So the other week, I was asked to travel to Queenstown for work… I pleaded, “please don’t send me!”  Yeah, right.  I love Queenstown, its one of those top worldwide tourist destinations and with good reason – its a fun, vibrant town with loads to do, great restaurants and the most amazing scenery. 367 more words

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