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The Queen Alexandra Centre archives: The dedicated women behind the Queen Alexandra Solarium’s creation

This story is part of a series that celebrates the legacy of the Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health, paying tribute t...
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Meet Aubrey: How Sundrops Centre’s early intervention helped this Island kid from Duncan

Candice first noticed that her daughter, Aubrey, might have some unique challenges when she was about two years old. Aubrey’s y...
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The Queen Alexandra archives: Treating Island kids with artificial sunlight in the 20th century

This story is part of a new content series that celebrates the legacy of the Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health, payi...
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Your donor dollars in action: Three pieces of equipment that help get Island kids moving

On any given day of the work week, dedicated service providers in the Early Intervention Program, at both the Queen Alexandra C...
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Why I donate: How Jessica Milliken uses her creativity to fundraise

Above photograph: The first time Jessica held her niece Josie after she was born in 2015.   When Jessica launched her 10-po...
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Cookies, carollers, and visits with Santa: A look back at our 2018 holiday events

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2018 holiday events! By taking part, you’re helping us help Island kids access th...
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By the numbers: What’s involved in lighting up Jeneece Place for Christmas

Every year since Jeneece Place first opened its doors in 2012, Adrian and Tracey D’Silva show up at the front doors of the home...
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Away from home with a preemie: How Jeneece Place saved the holidays for one Nanaimo family

In 2015, Robyn Hewer and her husband, Jackson, were prepared to cancel their holidays entirely. It was just one week before ...
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‘I love Lucy’: A Victoria family’s journey through cleft lip and palate diagnosis and treatment

Danielle Green learned her family’s life was going to change during her ultrasound at 18 weeks pregnant. Physicians detected he...
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Home away from home Jeneece Place provides sanctuary for Pender Island family

In August of 2017, Leah and Austin Davies were living a happy life on Pender Island with their seven, and soon to be eight, chi...
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Cecily’s story of resilience and the importance of a place like Foundry

[Please note: This story contains content that may not be suitable for all audiences, including people who have experienced tra...
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Preemie twins and Cerebral Palsy: How the Children’s Health Foundation helped support this West Shore family

They were born 14 weeks too early – identical twin boys, facing a lifetime of challenges. At first, Tracey and her husband, ...