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Gabriel Pollard, 16, died from injuries after being dropped from marine lift in 2018
Yearly awards for improved governance go to Colwood, Oak Bay, Victoria
A selection of stories for Dec. 9
A mortgage broker makes the mortgage process easy!
Four kids gather more than 60 bags of non-perishable food items and toys
Oak Bay Bikes’ advent calendar donations go to fixing the used bikes
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Cougars beat the Panthers in all three previous games before Sunday’s 2-1 victory
Hundreds of stuffed animals thrown on ice to support local charities for Christmas
First Nations are leading a new surge of investment in B.C.
Many here in Victoria joined others around the world to take part in Giving Tuesday. Observed on the Tuesday following Black Friday, Dec. 3 this year, Giving Tuesday encourages all of us to offer whatever help we can to local charities.
ALSO READ: GivingTuesday: Global day of giving
Since 2013, the global event has united millions of Canadians to support and champion the causes they believe in and the communities in which they live.
And there’s no shortage of worthy causes where you can donate your time and money. From the Cool Aid Society which offers support to the region’s homeless to the Victoria Hospitals Foundation that makes sure our hospitals have state-of-the-art equipment, to the various groups supporting the arts and community, there are plenty of ways to help make the world a better place.
ALSO READ: Why does B.C. have 12,273 charities?
Have you embraced the season of giving? Take our poll and let us know if you will be donating to charities over the holidays.
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