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/A\ Vancouver Island

/A\ Vancouver Island /A\ Vancouver Island’s approach to serving the Island is directly inspired by its local viewers, advertisers and partners. Energy, enthusiasm and intense pride for the region are brought to every involvement the station enters into from news editorial to community support. Through sponsorships and direct participation in local activities and events, the station is one of the leading supporters of charitable organizations and community groups on Vancouver Island. /A\ is proud to be the official television sponsor for the 2011 Courtnall Celebrity Classic.
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CFAX C-FAX 1070 is “Victoria’s News Authority”.
Local, national and international news and sports coverage is non-stop.
Victoria wakes up with host Al Ferraby, followed by Murray Langdon, The Lunch Bunch, Dave Dickson and Adam Stirling – all providing ongoing local, national and international news and sports coverage.
On weekends, programs include a variety of live local and network talk shows focusing on lifestyle, entertainment, pets, finance, gardening, computers and more.
On top of great programming, C-FAX 1070 is well-known for its community spirit and charity involvement.
In 2011, C-FAX 1070 became part of Bell Media.
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KOOL FM 107.3 KOOL FM is programmed specifically to offer you a FUN choice at work, playing the perfect mix of “Today’s Best Music” every hour, everyday! 107.3 KOOL FM if your ticket to the hottest concerts and your link to the most exciting contests. 107.3 KOOL FM is also committed to serving the community and its many wonderful fundraising initiatives and events.
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Times Colonist

Times Colonist The Times Colonist is the oldest daily newspaper in Western Canada. It is a dominant medium in the B.C. capital, reaching a quarter of a million households every week. The award winning newspaper provides a lively blend of local news and informed commentary nearly 24/7 through its print and digital editions. The newspaper’s strong connections to the community include their own Raise a Reader program which has helped raise more than $1.5 million for literacy projects in Victoria and on Vancouver Island.
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Douglas Magazine

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