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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Friday, November 21st, 2014

With apologies to Marty, Grizz, Harvey the HarbourCat and Striker Highlander, I generally don't like mascots.

Frank Stanford's comment Friday Nov 21 , '14

I wonder if, 50 years from now, we'll recall those coach trips to the mainland with the same romantic fondness that some of us have for rail today? 

New life for prominent part of Downtown Victoria… maybe

We might be at a turning point for a prominent part of downtown Victoria. Here's why...
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Basement fire on Monterey Ave
A fire broke out Sunday morning at a house at 1150 Monterey Ave, in Oak Bay.
Suspect arrested in downtown bank robbery
Victoria Police officers have a arrested a 43-year-old Victoria man, suspected of robbing a bank on Yates Street.
Saanich Police warn of break-ins to outbuildings
Saanich Police are warning residents who live near Tillicum Mall to ensure their sheds and outbuildings are secured after a string of thefts over the last few weeks. 
Pet food drive for the homeless
It's not unusual for a homeless person to go without food in order to feed their pet.
Fortin's NDP support was not a rule breaker
                  B-C's Chief Elections Office has ruled that a complaint against the Victoria Beacon New Democrat Constituency Association, made during the Victoria civic election campaign, had no merit.
Several pieces of Canadian art history auctioned off
A few pricey pieces of Canadian art history were sold this evening at Kilshaw's Auctioneers.

Weaver pushes for BC ban on shark finning
Although many of BC's municipalities have banned shark fins in their jurisdictions one BC Green Party MLA says shark fins continue to be bought and sold around the province.
Victorians honour the deaths of transgendered people around the world
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20th, that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.
Province finds tenant for Craigflower Schoolhouse
                       The historic Craigflower schoolhouse will become the new headquarters of the Hallmark Heritage Society, under a new arrangement with the provincial government.
ARESST chair not giving up after electoral rejection
                 The chair of ARESST says the group's lobby against land-based sewage treatment has not ended with his failure to be elected mayor of View Royal on Saturday.
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