Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Vivier story becomes the season ending feel good feature for many news items as December ends

It seems that last weeks news of the Vivier family's successful bid for permanent residency in Canada has become the Hallmark card like item for the year end news capsules.

The return of the Vivier's from Prince George which was featured in the Daily News last Monday (sorry the full article has yet to be updated on that tardy ole Daily News site) recounting their efforts as they made yet another step towards citizenship has been chronicled in a number of publications across Canada and beyond.

From Newspapers sites, to a citizenship lawyers blog, the continuation of their now 11 year quest for citizenship has provided for a happy holiday season tale.

And while some may have gotten a few of the facts wrong (one hopes that the citizenship lawyer researches his clients claims better than the tip of the hat given to the people of Prince GEORGE for their help with the family over the last eleven years), and others don't paint our weather in the best of lights, for the most part the items have all certainly have found the current of the season and shared in the family's happiness for their updates.

Vancouver Sun-- Prince Rupert family with sun allergy finally gains residency
CBC News-- Allergic to sun, family wins B.C. residency
Kelowna.com-- Prince Rupert family with sun allergy finally gains residency
Alaska Dispatch-- Allergic to sun, family moves north
Johannesburg Mail and Guardian-- Good news and the bad weather for SA family
Sydney Morning Herald-- Future is cloudy - and they love it

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