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September 2021

You will have seen the red dresses along the highway from Ladysmith to Stz’uminus. May 5 is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls. As you drive by, remember the women and lives lost. There is still much work to be done by all of us around violence against women.

July 2021

You will have seen the red dresses along the highway from Ladysmith to Stz’uminus. May 5 is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls. As you drive by, remember the women and lives lost. There is still much work to be done by all of us around violence against women.

May 2021

You will have seen the red dresses along the highway from Ladysmith to Stz’uminus. May 5 is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls. As you drive by, remember the women and lives lost. There is still much work to be done by all of us around violence against women.

April 2021

For years now, TAKE 5 has been celebrating Earth Day (April 22) with a “green” issue. We are delighted to be able to bring our readers useful information about our planet and its critters great and small thanks to the Yellow Point Ecological Society (Y.E.S.) and Wildwood Ecoforest.

March 2021

If you are like me you are counting down the days and hours when Spring officially arrives with the Spring Equinox. Enjoy the longer days, the sounds of frogs and birds as life stirs awake. In celebration of Earth Day, April 22, the next TAKE 5 will have a “green” theme with local news and tips to help us step a little lighter on the planet.

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