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Disoriented duck makes first-ever visit to B.C

Disoriented duck makes first-ever visit to B.C

Ann Nightingale, director of the Rocky Point Bird Observatory, says the duck, known as a common pochard, was likely pushed by bad weather and ended up at the Summit Park reservoir in Victoria last week.

Disoriented duck makes first-ever visit to B.C

Diwali during a Pandemic: Ways to Celebrate the Festival of Lights from Home

Diwali during a Pandemic: Ways to Celebrate the Festival of Lights from Home

This year Diwali will be a little different. Social gatherings are a big no and it is advised to celebrate only with the household. Here are a few tips on how to celebrate Diwali this year from home.

Diwali during a Pandemic: Ways to Celebrate the Festival of Lights from Home

WATCH: 3 local make up artists create magic for spooky Halloween looks

WATCH: 3 local make up artists create magic for spooky Halloween looks

WATCH: Some very cool DIY make up looks for Halloween by some local make up artists. Check em out if you still don't know what your Halloween Spooktacular look is going to be.

WATCH: 3 local make up artists create magic for spooky Halloween looks

Dog, human genomes show long history together

Dog, human genomes show long history together

The bodies had been carefully interred. One was buried with a long, carved spoon. Another had been honoured with a necklace of elk teeth.

Dog, human genomes show long history together

WATCH: Kiran Atwal of PristineAllureStudio create a great spooktacular DIY Halloween look

WATCH: Kiran Atwal of PristineAllureStudio create a great spooktacular DIY Halloween look

We have some amazing local make up artists showing you what you can do just by using everyday make up such as eyeliner, shadow, lipstick etc without a massive price point.

WATCH: Kiran Atwal of PristineAllureStudio create a great spooktacular DIY Halloween look

Support for using offensive words in context: poll

Support for using offensive words in context: poll

The poll comes as debate continues over a case at the University of Ottawa involving a professor who used a racist word as part of a class discussion on how some communities had reclaimed terms.

Support for using offensive words in context: poll

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