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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Thursday, May 26th, 2016

Yesterday at this time, I talked about how the Victoria HarbourCats have melded into the local sports scene.

Frank Stanford comment Thur May 26, '16

 
It was nothing short of a staggering admission from the Mayor of the Victoria during the sewage treatment debate at the CRD yesterday....when she summed up the situation bluntly and honestly:  "We've had our chance...we didn't come up with anything"
 

Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Connecting with the local sports scene is very important, especially in this market.
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Transit asks for a return to faster speed limits
BC Transit says 40 km/h speed limits are causing trouble for Victoria's bus routes


Police using new high-tech tool to catch distracted drivers
Police in the CRD are using a new high-tech tool to scope out distracted drivers.
Victoria woman seriously injured in fall from tree
A Victoria woman was seriously injured after falling at least six meters from a tree onto a rocky beach along the Gorge Waterway.
Results of tent city fire safety inspection expected Thursday
On Thursday, the province will learn the results of a fire safety compliance inspection at tent city.
82 y/o Renee Rougeau found safe
Central Saanich Police say 82-year-old Renee Rougeau has been found safe. 
Cyclists beat drivers in 2016 Commuter Challenge
The results of Wednesday morning's Commuter Challenge proved once again that biking to work is faster than driving.
 
Sewage treatment Project Board given its mandate (2)

There was some reluctance but the CRD Board has approved terms of reference for the Project Board that is taking over the sewage treatment file.
 
Sewage treatment Project Board given its mandate

The CRD Board came to grips today with the degree of its removal from management of the sewage treatment file.

Cedar Hill Rd. closed as fire investigators examine scene of suspicious fire
The area around an enormous fire at a Saanich townhouse complex will be closed to traffic today while fire investigators examine the scene.

New shopping centre to proceed in Langford
 
                   The Sobey's people have applied for a development permit that would allow them to proceed with plans for a new shopping centre on the former Belmont School site in Langford.
 
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