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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

I was going to talk about this yesterday, but obviously the events in Ottawa took precedence.

Frank Stanford comment Thursday Oct 23 2014

There will be much gnashing of teeth and soul searching in Canada in the aftermath of yesterday's incident in Ottawa.
Will anything change immediately?  What change are we willing to tolerate in an effort to fight this war that has been brought to our soil?

Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

People are asking, what's wrong with the Seattle Seahawks?
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Victoria to examine allowing beach fires
City staff have been ordered to prepare a report looking into allowing beach fires in Victoria.
Thousands more community mailboxes coming in the fall of next year
              The first Greater Victoria residents to be affected by the move away from door-to-door delivery will notice the change in the fall of next year.
Three groups express interest in leasing Crystal Garden
The city of Victoria has received three proposals in response to a "market sounding" it issued to start the process of vetting possible tenants for Crystal Garden.
Saanich adopts suites by-law amendment
                Saanich has extended the zone where secondary suites are legal to include most of the area north of McKenzie Avenue.
Victorians gather to pay respects to fallen soldier
A few dozen Victorians gathered at the cenotaph at Esquimalt's Memorial Park this evening to pay their respects to Corporal Nathan Cirillo who killed today in the in Ottawa.
Esquimalt contingent relieved days ago from Ottawa sentry duty
                 It turns out that sailors from Halifax and Esquimalt were performing guard duty at the National War Memorial as recently as last week.
Business as usual at CFB Esquimalt
                 The Commander of Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt says the base is "not in lockdown...despite rumours to the contrary".
Parliament Buildings hero has Victoria connection
A well known local political activist is related to the Parliamentary Sergeant-at-Arms, who shot and killed a gunman in the main hall of the Centre Block this morning.
Shootings in Ottawa target our nation's capital
Attack on Parliment Hill. Shots fired within and outside Parliment Buildings. Stay tuned to C-FAX 1070 for the developing story.

Adolescent Health Survey paints positive picture
The McCreary Centre Society released the provincial results of the BC Adolescent Health Survey for 2013 earlier this year and now we have the local numbers.
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