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Victoria's Ann Matosinski goes to work on her 'Hollow Flashlight'

Ann Makosinski’s ‘Hollow Flashlight’ heading to Google Science Fair

Victoria, B.C. teenager will be the lone Canadian at Google's annual science mega-competition, starting Sept. 22.

Victoria's Ann Matosinski goes to work on her 'Hollow Flashlight'
Aaron Rodgers rocked at quarterback in Week 2

WATCH: NFL Week 2 – Highlights, Recaps, and Analysis

Black Press presents all highlight videos from NFL.com and NFL Films for the 2013 National Football League season.

Aaron Rodgers rocked at quarterback in Week 2
The province has authorized grizzly and black bear hunting

NHLer Clayton Stoner caught in grizzly bear hunting controversy

Stoner – from Port McNeill – appears in photos online, showing him posing with a severed grizzly bear head and paws.

The province has authorized grizzly and black bear hunting
The USGS and Earthquakes Canada are reporting a 6.1 or 6.0 magnitude tremor off the coast of B.C.

6.1-magnitude earthquake hits off B.C. coast; 2 aftershocks follow

The earthquake struck off B.C.'s coast, 191-to-211 km southwest of Bella Bella at 1:19 p.m. No reports of damage, and no tsunami expected.

The USGS and Earthquakes Canada are reporting a 6.1 or 6.0 magnitude tremor off the coast of B.C.
The Queen of the North ferry sunk when it struck B.C.'s Gil Island in 2006.

Queen of the North officer Karl Lilgert sentenced to 4 years in jail

In May, Lilgert was found guilty of criminal negligence causing the death of 2 passengers - Gerald Foisy and Shirley Rosette.

The Queen of the North ferry sunk when it struck B.C.'s Gil Island in 2006.
Vancouver-based band Childsplay just finished their 'Bullying Sucks' tour across western Canada.

Preparations underway for February’s Pink Shirt Day

The next Pink Shirt Day (i.e. Anti-Bullying Day) will take place across Canada on February 27, 2013.

Vancouver-based band Childsplay just finished their 'Bullying Sucks' tour across western Canada.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark visits the Yuriage Shrine in Sendai

Premier Clark visits Japan tsunami shrine

Canada and British Columbia have pledged a total of $4.5 million to Japan's rebuilding and the Tohoku Reconstruction Project.

B.C. Premier Christy Clark visits the Yuriage Shrine in Sendai
The Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings face-off in Game 1 on Wednesday

The best Vancouver Canucks fan videos

Canucks fans are all over YouTube these days, and here are nine of the best "pump up" videos you'll find in the viral world.

The Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings face-off in Game 1 on Wednesday

Deadline Sept. 9 for PM Volunteer Awards

The Prime Minister's Volunteer Awards recognize the exceptional contributions of volunteers, local businesses and innovative not-for-profit organizations in improving the well-being of families and their communities