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    Nov 29

    Expect the Unexpected: Supporting Students During a Global Pandemic

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    November 29th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 29th, 2022 1:00 PM   Join Dr. Robin Mueller and a panel of student service leaders from across Canada to learn about leading responsively during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically in student service-focused areas of higher education. The panel will explore ways to support students with flexible and adaptable service practices, and some of the lea

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    Dec 01

    Explore the GC in Child Protection and Wellbeing at RRU

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    Are you an advocate for child protection, child and family welfare and children’s rights?  The Graduate Certificate in Transforming Child Protection to Wellbeing helps learners build an understanding of what is needed to transform communities and practices from their current state to more holistic and effective environments to approach child and youth wellbeing. This program was developed wi

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    Dec 07

    Become a climate action leader

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    December 7th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 7th, 2022 1:00 PM Our graduate programs in Climate Action Leadership are an invitation to join the international movement working to change the climate story from a tale of disaster to one of transformation — and from activism to organizational and societal leadership. Now more than ever, we are being called to reimagine a future that is better prepared

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  • Nov 08
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    Explore Leadership Studies at RRU | Royal Roads University

    November 8th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 8th, 2022 1:00 PM   At the School of Leadership Studies, we believe that good leadership can transform people and organizations. Our vision is to connect scholarship with practice to change the world, one leader at a time. Our graduate-level programs have been honed over 15 years to continually deliver relevant leadership education that is as much

  • Nov 24
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    The Biodiversity Imperative? Webinar Series

    November 24th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 24th, 2022 1:00 PM   The latest IPCC report and the 2018 IPBES report offer dire warning for human vitality, never mind the sixth mass extinction we are now entering. Exploring and better understanding the intersectionality of biodiversity, climate change and human health for improving local and regional planning and sustainable development is one

  • Nov 29
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    Expect the Unexpected: Supporting Students During a Global Pandemic

    November 29th, 2022 12:00 PM – November 29th, 2022 1:00 PM   Join Dr. Robin Mueller and a panel of student service leaders from across Canada to learn about leading responsively during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically in student service-focused areas of higher education. The panel will explore ways to support students with flexible and adaptable service practices, and some of the lea

  • Dec 01
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    Explore the GC in Child Protection and Wellbeing at RRU

    Are you an advocate for child protection, child and family welfare and children’s rights?  The Graduate Certificate in Transforming Child Protection to Wellbeing helps learners build an understanding of what is needed to transform communities and practices from their current state to more holistic and effective environments to approach child and youth wellbeing. This program was developed wi

  • Dec 07
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    Become a climate action leader

    December 7th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 7th, 2022 1:00 PM Our graduate programs in Climate Action Leadership are an invitation to join the international movement working to change the climate story from a tale of disaster to one of transformation — and from activism to organizational and societal leadership. Now more than ever, we are being called to reimagine a future that is better prepared

  • Dec 12
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    Designing Learning: Looking Towards 2023

    Learning has taken so many forms over this year – from hybrid, online, blended, hyflex, and in-person – as organizations and institutions being to consider what a “new normal” is for how they design, facilitate, and deliver learning.  On December 12th, join Dr. Elizabeth Childs to hear from Mary Burgess, Amber Donahue, Monique Brewer, and Sharon Ambata-Villanueva, who are leaders in corporate

  • Dec 14
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    Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

    December 14th, 2022 12:00 PM – December 14th, 2022 1:00 PM   Individuals who are able to see the big picture, make new connections, and work between disciplines and professions are needed as we navigate complex social and environmental issues.   The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (BAIS) program allows you to combine courses in professional communication, environ

  • Dec 15
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    Designing Organizations for Wellbeing

    In today’s post-COVID world, we have learned first-hand about the importance of designing organizations for wellbeing. From understanding the role of executive leadership and values alignment, to adopting full systems approaches that engage and support wellness and psychological safety, many emerging approaches and techniques can support leaders in their efforts to create sustainable, thriving wor

  • Feb 21
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    Post-Pandemic Higher Education Enrolment Trends

    The first of its kind in Canada, RRU's Graduate Certificate in Strategic Enrolment Management responds to the demand for enrolment expertise in post-secondary institutions in North America.  As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane and enrolments fluctuate across the higher education sector, this expertise is becoming increasingly important for ensuring enrolment stability.  Join us to discuss post

  • Mar 21
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    Pathways to post-pandemic enrolment growth in Higher Education

    The first of its kind in Canada, RRU's Graduate Certificate in Strategic Enrolment Management responds to the demand for enrolment expertise in post-secondary institutions in North America.  As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane and enrolments fluctuate across the higher education sector, this expertise is becoming increasingly important for ensuring enrolment stability.  Join us to explor

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  • Dec 09
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    Learn How to Fix Your Bike

    Come to Recyclistas to learn how to safely and effectively maintain, fix, and rebuild bicycles. Whether you are looking to better understand how your own bicycle works, get comfortable doing your own bike repairs, or to completely refurbish and build a bicycle, we are ready to help you get rolling! If you want to go into more detail, we also offer a 15-hour Build Your Own Bike Course.


    • 25 Crease Ave, Victoria, British Columbia, V8Z 1S4
  • Feb 02
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    Littel Red Warrior & His Lawyer

    A wickedly funny satire about power, procreation, and land claims. Little Red Warrior is the last remaining member of the Little Red Warrior First Nation. One day he discovers the development company of Smith, Smyth and Goldsmithe has begun construction on his ancestral lands. In a fit of rage, he attacks one of their engineers, gets arrested and is assigned to Larry, his court-appointe


    • 1291 Gladstone Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, V8T 1G5
  • Feb 12
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    Liz Bentley : Lock up when you leave

    Art Exhibition at Xchanges gallery, 2333 Government Street, Suite 6E, Victoria. In this series of small paintings of building exteriors and large-scale paintings of room, the artist is tackling how we perceive the world, and then flips it. Interiors are made to feel vast or empty. Exteriors are constricted.  


    • 2333 government st, Victoria, British Columbia, V8T 4P4
  • Feb 13
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    The Avenue Gallery – Feature Artist – Shinah Lee

    Shinah begins her work on the floor, using the happy accidents of pigments as a backdrop. Then she rotates her canvas on the wall until she is satisfied with its composition and vitality. As a final touch, she adds colours in very fast and instinctive gestures. Shinah’s paintings are inspired by images and vibrations she perceives in her surroundings. Not just a flower but a spontaneous emotion by

  • Feb 15
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    Courage and Compassion: B.C. Healthcare Heroes - FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!

    Gage Gallery presents an exhibition of twenty portraits, twenty stories and one year of painting.   Many of the heroes are local Victoria healthcare workers. Come to the gallery during the show and enter into a draw to win a FREE PORTRAIT by the artist Shannon Holms.  Let us know who your hero is and why.  Is it your mother, your brother or your neighbour?  A hero will be chosen at the e


    • Gage Gallery, Victoria, BC
  • Feb 16

    Cosmopolitan Impressionisms: Modern Art in the Making..Art Gallery Associates Sunday Art Lecture Series

    A perennial favourite, the Sunday Lecture Series takes place over the course of four Sunday afternoons: March 6, 13, 21 and 27. Each illustrated lecture runs from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time via Zoom. “It’s not over till it’s over” as the saying goes. Impressionism (ca. 1860-1886) and Post-Impressionism (ca. 1886-1920) are once again making headlines in the art world with exciting

  • Feb 18

    CityTalks: Shoreline Knowledges: Practices for Unsettling the City

    This second addition of this seasons CityTalks, by Sarah Hunt/Tłaliłila'ogwa, continues on the theme of Decolonizing the City. Join us on February 17th at 7:30pm (Doors open at 7pm), either online via zoom or in person at the Legacy Art Gallery in Downtown Victoria. Pre-registration for the zoom room is available via the link found on our website or social media, tickets are not needed for entry f


    • 630 Yates St, Victoria, British Columbia, V8W 1K9
  • Feb 21
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    The Avenue Gallery – Feature Artist – Maarten Schaddelee

    Maarten Schaddelee is a sculptor who expresses his deep passion for life through his art. His enthusiasm bursts through his work. "A few years ago, my wife Nadine and I were in Florence, Italy. Walking through the beautiful narrow streets.  We walked past an old stone church and heard gorgeous, young voices coming from inside. They were rehearsing for a concert that night. Of course, we went

  • Feb 25
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    Study and Go Abroad Virtual Fair

    Study and Go Abroad Virtual Fairs offer students an opportunity to meet with universities and colleges from around the world to start planning their next step in education, either at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Chat via text or video with university reps, learn about admission recruitments, scholarships and exciting program options. Join webinars, watch videos and download brochures – all


    • Virtual
  • Feb 26

    Victoria Guitar Society presents GFA competition winner Johan Smith

    Swiss classical guitarist, Johan Smith, is a highly acclaimed, illustrious musician, bringing virtuosic interpretations to his instrument. Winner of the prestigious Guitar Foundation of America (GFA) competition in 2019 and defined as the "Classical Guitar Revelation 2017" by the notable French magazine "Guitar Classical Magazine", Johan Smith has become one of the most prominent names in th


    • Church of Christ, Scientist, 1205 Pandora Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 3R3

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