All Points WestSending the first all First Nations youth soccer team to SwedenFeb 25, 2015 | 7:55A B.C. soccer team is trying to get to an international youth soccer tournament in Sweden and become what it says would be the first all First Nations team at the event.
All Points WestCanada's secret cricket historyFeb 24, 2015 | 8:32The 2015 Cricket World Cup is currently underway in Australia. While the games don't gather as much attention as the Stanley Cup, it's actually much more significant in Canada than many people are aware of.
All Points WestGiant octopus wraps itself around diver's faceFeb 23, 2015 | 9:52A scuba diver in Port Hardy, B.C., got up close and personal with a giant Pacific octopus on Sunday, when the marine creature wrapped itself around her face.
All Points WestSocial policy analyst decries the provincial budgetFeb 17, 2015 | 9:46Michael Prince, a professor of social policy, says the recently announced provincial budget is meagre on benefits for most British Columbians.
All Points WestNature Conservancy of Canada to take stewardship of Grace IsletFeb 17, 2015 | 5:52The B.C. government has finalized a deal to purchase Grace Islet, near Saltspring Island, and transfer the title to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
All Points WestFifty Shades of Grey fan fiction devotees grapple with film's successFeb 13, 2015 | 8:12While controversy around the film Fifty Shades of Grey rages on, an equally contentious battle is being fought within the online writing milieu the book sprung from.
All Points WestU of Vic professor searching for clue's about B.C.'s first professional artistFeb 12, 2015 | 7:41A history professor at the University of Victoria is searching for paintings by an African-American who became the first professional artist in B.C. in the 19th century.
All Points WestChief Robert Joseph welcomes demolition of former Alert Bay residential schoolFeb 11, 2015 | 6:35esidential school survivors and Anglican church leaders will soon gather in Alert Bay, a small island off the north coast of Vancouver Island, to watch a residential school be demolished.
All Points WestParent calls for province to bring back the basics in math educationFeb 3, 2015 | 9:56A North Saanich parent has started a petition against new math learning methods currently being adopted throughout the province's revamped curricula for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
All Points WestWhat do marriage proposals say about us?Jan 29, 2015 | 10:58A researcher at the University of Victoria has begun a study looking at the psychology behind successful and failed marriage proposals.