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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Last night, I was looking forward to watching Game One of the best-of-three World Cup of Hockey final, between Canada and Team Europe.

Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

I was going to talk about this at this time yesterday, but I had to focus on the passing, and the life, of Arnold Palmer.
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CFAX_NEWSPOLL_FRIDAY Does Victoria do enough to protect its heritage buildings?

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Royal tour ends with final day in Victoria
Victoria said goodbye to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the royal children, as their tour of Canada ended on Saturday.

Victoria lists closures for last day of Royal visit
The Royal Family will spend the last day of their Canadian tour in the capital region and with it comes road closures.

West Shore RCMP announce a number of drug related arrests
West Shore RCMP is releasing details about multiple arrests made in connection to drug trafficking.

Public advisory issued for Langford Lake after algae bloom found
People are being advised to avoid swimming in Langford Lake due to an algae bloom.
"Blasphemy Rights Day" in Victoria, one councilor questions the use of such days
Today is officially "Blasphemy Rights Day" in the city of Victoria

Royal Tour: World watches as royal kids play at Government House children’s party
Princess Charlotte and Prince George played with balloons and farm animals at a children's party held at Victoria's Government House on Thursday.
Bizarre road rage case in Central Saanich ends with man arrested
Central Saanich Police have arrested a 48 year old man following a road rage incident which just kept escalating

McKenzie Interchange project officially begins
The first task is work to expand and move the Galloping Goose Trail in the area of the new interchange

Simulated plane crash tests first responders at Victoria International Airport
A simulated airplane crash exercise is happening at the Victoria International Airport from 9 to noon Thursday.

University of Victoria to hire coordinator for sexual violence education and prevention
The Director of Student Affairs at U-Vic, Emma Kinakin, told the C-FAX morning show she thinks the intern report is "a first good step."

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