A Vancouver Island man is concerned about the level of nudity within the change room at his local recreation centre. He acknowledged that the men are not engaging in any unlawful activities that he is aware of, but said the change rooms are for the public, and people using the rooms should feel comfortable in them. Waddell said he spoke to officials at the CAC about his concerns, but was told that management was not aware of what legally constitutes excessive nudity in the change rooms. There are separate cubicals and shower stalls in the change rooms so these men should be made to use them. NDP canvassers are well aware of how thick racism is in this community, says letter writer. Vancouver Island Regional Library lending video games starting today, Nov.
The attention-getting event, perfect for people who wish to shed their inhibitions and face their fears, is a fundraiser and awareness campaign for the British Columbia Schizophrenia Society. The event is hosted by WildPlay Nanaimo. Participants come from all walks of life and frequently discover a deep connection to each other and to the cause through the experience of plunging into the unknown. Proceeds from the event benefit the society, which provides services such as youth programs, awareness and one-on-one support to more than 2, local people and their families who suffer with mental illness. Schizophrenia is a persistent mental illness that strikes one of people in Canada, most often youth. Those who want to support the cause but cannot attend have the option to pledge for a jumper or donate to the event.
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Nanaimo Historical Society Fonds. Transcribed by Lois Park, June January 16, Gib and Stella Stevens nee Manson. Gib Stevens speaking:. Thank you very, very much for that very, very eloquent introduction, Mrs.
Some years ago a young lady in Victoria was in the habit of puttering around in her backyard garden, au naturelle. When questioned, she showed the investigator her backyard with its six-foot fence pointing out that in order to watch her in action the neighbour had to climb into his attic and remove a soffit vent. City hall dismissed the complaint.