Sunday sees pleasant conditions for Terry Fox runners
“There are very few things that are more distressing to nurses than caring for people who are dying and in distress,” said Kelli Stajduhar, associate professor in the University of Victoria School of Nursing and Centre on Aging, co-leader of the initiative. “Nobody in the health system wants to see people in distress when they’re dying.”
Wednesday night AGM open to the public
The third Victoria instalment of the national Shine Day event was organized by University of Victoria Shinerama and raised $3,300 for Cystic Fibrosis Canada. More than 80 volunteers took part in the anything-goes fundraiser – the most the event has seen to date.
The long timeline hinges on provincial governmental approval of the agreement and construction of the new facilities, in addition to a one-year mandatory move notice, VIHA’s Shannon Marshall said. Meanwhile, Baptist Housing, the primary proponent to assume management of a replacement for Mount Tolmie Hospital and Oak Bay Lodge, has begun to unveil plans for a new six-storey care facility to replace the latter.
“What we’re seeing is a movement towards our program and a recognition by parents that there are some strong second language opportunities from within the public school system,” said Glyn Lewis, interim executive director for the lobby group Canadian Parents for French.
School bus hit man crossing road at Craigflower and Admirals
Members of the Victoria Regional Transit Commission agreed last week to temporarily boost the number of subsidized tickets and monthly passes it provides to the Community Social Planning Council
Agreement would see 94 per cent of the property remain as a woodland forest, attenuation tank would be installed in other six per cent
Province looking at ways to show better return to public