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Looking at the last winner and first loser in Saanich, Victoria and Langford from the 1990s to 2018: On Vibrant Victoria Rob Randall took an interesting look at what it takes to win the 8th seat for Victoria council.  I thought I would look at this in some more detail to see what patterns might emerge Saanich Election     8th place            9th place               Margin  1993     Judy Browno...
2018 SD#64 Gulf Islands School District Election Results: Salt Spring Island - 3 Trustees to be elected Tisha Boulter acclaimed Stefanie Denz acclaimed Robert Pingle acclaimed incumbent Mayne Island -  1 Trustee to be elected Janelle Lawson acclaimed Pender Islands - 1 Trustee to be elected Gregory Lucas acclaimed Galiano Island - 1 Trustee to be ...
2018 Islands Trust Election Results for Trustees within the CRD: These are only the results for trustees elected from within the CRD Salt Spring Island - 2 Trustees to be elected Laura Patrick    2,324 Peter Grove      1,937 incumbent Kylie Coates       717 Darryl Martin      705 Howard Holzapfel   536 Sabrina Ali        398 Galiano - 2 Trustees to be elect...
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McLoughlin Point: Pig's ear becomes silk purse: By David Broadland, September 2016 Sewage "experts" make up new numbers to support old decision and hide real costs. (Sent as an open letter to CRD Directors) Dear CRD Directors: I write to you as a Victoria ratepayer, and as a journalist who has covered the sewage treatment issue since 2012. You...
Victoria's big secret: By David Broadland, September 2016 The city was once targeted by Sierra Legal Defence Fund for the level of "harmful" chemical contaminants in its wastewater. 12 years later, advanced source control has reduced those contaminants to a level lower than is allowed in Canada's drinking water. IN MID...
Victoria's sewage fiasco and the politics of contamination: By David Broadland, July 2016 Environment Minister Barry Penner ordered the CRD to shift to land-based sewage treatment in 2006. His claim that Victoria??s outfalls were contaminating the seabed has since been proven untrue. As well, Washington State legislators have provided evidence that Penne...
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School District #61 Candidate ?? Vincent Gornall: I am pleased to announce that I am a candidate to become a School Trustee in the Greater Victoria School District #61. My only ambition as a potential Trustee is to improve the quality and accessibility of education in this ? Continue reading ??
Jane??s Walk 2016: We Make The City | We Make The Tour: My Jane??s Walk this year offers something completely different. Participants will collaborate to design and lead the tour. We??ll start with a short meeting at Centennial Square, where you are invited to suggest sites to visit. We??ll pour over a map ? Continue reading ??
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The Tragically Hip rock Victoria on first leg of Fully and Completely tour: Gord Downie of the Tragically Hip performing at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena on February 4th. Photo © Colin Smith, Victoria Buzz. If you??re a staunch Tragically Hip fan you??re likely to know the band??s beginnings were bar gigs in Kingston, Ontario, over 30 years ago. You??ll know th...
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Pick Up Sticks: The conundrums of Victoria's cycling network. Spent a couple of hours earlier this week kicking around ideas at the city's Technical Advisory Committee for another iteration of the bicycle network plan. Some didn't quite get the concept of an advisory committee - council makes decisions an...
Gone troppo. The city will likely move forward on a two-way protected bike lane along Pandora St. following recommendations from staff now before council. A few quick thoughts, again, on the failures of logic embedded in the plan. Emphasis on the preferred option focuses on costs ?? it...

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