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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Thursday, March 26th, 2015

The Victoria Royals are going into the playoffs on a big roll.

Frank Stanford comment Thur Mar 26, '15

Why on earth would you play with genetic modification in order to control the colour of a piece of fruit?

Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

When hockey ends for the season in these parts, it's time for the so-called summer sports.
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Number four and rising...
Victoria has been named the fourth most popular tourist destination in Canada, by users of the "TrapAdvisor" website.
Committee of Victoria council approves lifting downtown ban on skateboards
A committee of city council has passed a motion to amend a bylaw that would welcome skateboards into downtown Victoria.
Victoria considers smaller contingency boost for bridge
Victoria councilors are considering a smaller boost to the Johnson Street Bridge project contingency fund.



Corner has been turned in Esquimalt-Victoria policing relations
Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins says her community is delighted with the police service it's receiving from the Victoria department, after a number of what she called "tumultuous years"
U-Vic to honour basketball legends
Two legends in university athletics are receiving honourary degrees from U-Vic at this year's spring convocation.
Public school system on the verge of resuming growth
This is projected to be the last year of declining student enrolment in Greater Victoria public schools.
Bridge Cost and Downtown skateboarding up for council debate Thursday
The cost of the Johnson Street Bridge replacement project and lifting a ban on skateboarding downtown are two of the issues facing a committee of Victoria Council today.
House fire costs young family all of their possessions
Fire investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire Tuesday night on Rudlin Street just outside of downtown.
 
Smoking materials likely cause of Rutlin house fire
Fire investigators say it was likely smoking materials that ignited a fire that destroyed a home Tuesday night on Rutlin Street downtown.
Fire destroys Victoria home
The Victoria Fire Department says a house on Rudlin Street was destroyed by a fire late Tuesday night.
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