Scat, tracks, and spawning salmon: following signs of wolves along the south coast

Scat, tracks, and spawning salmon: following signs of wolves along the south coast

“What a beautiful day,” our colleague Ian Hamilton notes, looking at the golden morning light filtering through leaves that are just starting to turn red and gold. We murmur our…

41. Looking at Lyme carditis with Dr. Adrian Baranchuk

ByLooking at Lyme, PodcastOctober 19, 2021
41. Looking at Lyme carditis with Dr. Adrian Baranchuk

In today’s podcast Sarah explores Lyme carditis with Dr. Adrian Baranchuk, a cardiologist from Kingston, Ontario. Lyme carditis is inflammation of the heart and can cause lightheadedness, palpitations, fainting, chest…

Human Powered Racing in the Cowichan Valley

ByRob DibdenOctober 15, 2021
Human Powered Racing in the Cowichan Valley

I am excited to announce that I will be coaching the Human Powered Racing team in the Cowichan Valley starting in November. Human Powered Racing is triathlon with a difference.…

New Balance and falls prevention class designed to ensure you’re ready for winter

New Balance and falls prevention class designed to ensure you’re ready for winter

This fall we’ve launched a balance and falls prevention class. This is the brainchild of Thomas Zhou who has run classes like this in his…

Cowichan Valley Team

Cowichan Valley Team

ByHuman Powered RacingOctober 14, 2021

We are excited to announce that Human Powered Racing is coming to the Cowichan Valley. Our Cowichan Valley team starts training in November. This team…

November workshops have been scheduled

ByAna BuzzalinoOctober 13, 2021

Good afternoon from Calgary, where it’s snowing lightly. We knew that the snow was coming, but it’s always a shock when it actually starts to…

Commencing November 1st: Late Fees in effect

Commencing November 1st: Late Fees in effect

Unfortunately, the number of clients arriving 5+ minutes late in recent weeks is rising and it is becoming unmanageable for us to provide proper care…

Tall pottery vase (1E)

This tall vase combines wheel thrown and hand built forms which were then altered to create the unique organic shape. Textural elements…

Fall Racing

Finally, mass participation races are back! Congratulations to Human Powered Racing athletes, Lo Brod, Stewart Erwin and Robin Riley who raced the…

Docs podcast: UVic Multicultural: Pax & Anti-Racism

I joined my colleague, Matilde Cervantes who is also a PhD student at the University of Victoria, on the CFUV podcast, Docs,…

Tall pottery vase (2A)

This tall vase combines wheel thrown and hand built forms which were then altered to create the unique organic shape. Textural elements…

Teaching about Lyme in BC classrooms

We’ve launched a new resource for educators that teaches kids about ticks and tick-borne illnesses. In this podcast, Sarah interviews Lauren Hudson,…

Whale watching operators, recreational fishers routinely violating protection zone buffers and other measures put in place to protect Southern Resident killer whales

Federal enforcement and violator prosecution lacking, rendering current measures ineffective. Coast Salish Territories — Canadian whale watching operators and recreational fishers are…

Information about killer whale protection measures, what’s still needed, ongoing threats, population statistics, and data

Whale watching operators and recreational fishers are routinely violating the 400-metre protection zone buffers around Southern Resident killer whales. Some Canadian whale…