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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Monday, June 29th, 2015

The Women's World Cup is getting down to the nitty-gritty.

Frank Stanford comment Mon June 29, '15

 
I know some folks who think a Greek economic collapse will create an opportunity for those who have always thought it would be an interesting place to visit. to do so at bargain basement prices.
 
 
 
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Top Stories

Panama Flats brush fire caused by smokers
Saanich firefighters believe that the Panama Flats brush fire that shut down a portion of Roy Road for several hours was caused by smoking.
Police respond to man with knife
The Victoria Police were forced to take down a man yielding a knife in the 1800 block of Quadra Street near North Park.
 
Saanich Police officer's conduct under review
The head of the Saanich Police Board says the Board is aware of outside employment activities of a Saanich Police officer that may be in conflict with the officer's duties.

City of Victoria raises Pride flag
Victoria City Hall will get a bit more colourful this week.


Donated land incorporated into East Sooke Regional Park
The Sisters of Saint Ann has gifted a 23-hectare parcel of land next to East Sooke Regional Park to the CRD.
New open air market debuts on Sunday
Victoria's newest community market is coming to Ogden Point.
Amalgamation Yes not happy with Oak Bay
Oak Bay Council has said thanks, but no thanks to an amalgamation study.
VicPD search for suspect after random assault (1)
VicPD detectives are looking for witnesses of a random assault that left a 30-year-old Victoria woman with significant but non-life threating injuries.
 
Victoria Seniors Receive Funding for Community Projects
The city of Victoria has received government funding for three seniors-focused community-based projects planned for the region.

Sooke chamber wants some attention paid to lifeline highway
 
                The Sooke Chamber of Commerce is ratcheting up pressure on the provincial government for some significant improvements to Highway 14.
      
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Jun 30, 2015 Victoria

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