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The Sadies keep moving ahead, even if it’s without a direction for now | Sep. 20

Dallas Good, guitarist/vocalist of Toronto country-rock band The Sadies, says that their new album, Northern Passages, has no direction, but that’s okay with him. “I wouldn’t say there is an overall theme of the album.” says Good. “My brother [guitarist/vocalist Travis] and I are both songwriters, so the lyrics will vary. If I had to narrow it down, though, I would say that it’s more of the same dark existential bullshit that I always sing about.” The band is hitting Victoria on tour... 

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Victoria Fringe Fest 2017 review: My Stroke of Luck personal, convincing | Sep. 5

Diane Barnes’ My Stroke of Luck is a beautiful and entertaining one-woman production... 


Victoria Fringe Fest 2017 review: Tragedy + Time Served = Comedy hits hard, with personality | Sep. 5

One of the great solo productions at the Victoria Fringe Festival this year was Mark... 


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Campus

Camosun instructor aims for a better world through digital mapping | Sep. 20

When Perry Peterson first set foot in Victoria, he felt at home. A world traveller,... 


Know Your Profs: Camosun sheet metal instructor Brian Coey keeps busy | Sep. 20

Know Your Profs is an ongoing series of profiles on the instructors at Camosun College.... 


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Arts

New Music Revue: Neil Young’s Hitchhiker brings peace to a chaotic world | Sep. 20

Neil Young Hitchhiker (Reprise Records) 3.5/5 Listening to Neil Young’s Hitchhiker—recorded... 


What’s Going On: September 20 to October 3, 2017 | Sep. 20

Until Wednesday, January 7 Exploring H2O The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is presenting... 


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Life

Great Canadian Beer Fest celebrates a quarter-century in style | Sep. 20

Gettin’ loose Friday, September 8: media tour Friday may have started off with... 


Great Canadian Beer Festival celebrates 25 years | Sep. 5

For many, September means back to school and an end to fun. However, for beer lovers... 


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Sports

Camosun Chargers golfers swing for the greens | Oct. 5

Update: After this story went to press, the Chargers golf team finished in first... 


Victoria roller-derby league Eves of Destruction not for the faint-hearted | Aug. 10

Roller derby is a physically intense sport, and those involved in Victoria’s Eves... 


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News

Eye on the National Student Movement: September 20, 2017 | Sep. 20

This story originally appeared in our September 20, 2017 issue. Eye on the National... 


News Briefs: September 20, 2017 | Sep. 20

Camosun renames Disability Resource Centre Camosun’s Disability Resource Centre... 


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Features

Student savings: 10 ways to live thrifty in Victoria | Sep. 20

Living in Victoria is expensive. With the world discovering the beauty of the culture... 


Can Camosun reconcile? A look into what the college has done, what they’re doing, and what they need to do for reconciliation | Sep. 5

Part one The legacy of residential schools Canada was founded on colonialism. Indigenous... 


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Views

Open Space: Dimensions of North Korean threat grossly misinterpreted | Sep. 20

Much has been written and said about the international crisis which at current looms... 


25 Years Ago in Nexus: September 20, 2017 issue | Sep. 20

The Levi Guy strikes back:  Last time around in this column, we talked about a classified... 


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Columns

Calculated Thought: Fall finance update | Sep. 20

As autumn rolls in, everyone is getting back to business as usual. Summer holidays... 


Unpacking the Bags: What does it mean to learn? | Sep. 20

What does it mean for international students to study in another country? While they... 


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