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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

The Victoria HarbourCats may have had some challenges off the field during this off-season, with ownership and finances.

Frank Stanford comment Tues Mar 31 ,'15

I have to agree, in part, with one of the Saanich Council members, who said, when asked to comment on the privacy commissioner's report on computer software at city hall...that it "raises as many questions as answers".

Frank Stanford comment Mon Mar 30 '15

Another fatality involving a medical mobility scooter on the week-end should give rise to new questions about the lack of regulation surrounding these machines.
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