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Frank Stanford comment Fri Aug 28, '15

 
It was of course discouraging to hear that talks collapsed this week, between B-C Transit and Unifor, the union that represents bus operators and mechanics in Greater Victoria.
 
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Frank Stanford comment Wed Aug 26, '15

 
 
I do not care whether there are any recognizable names on the list of outed Ashley Madison clients or not. 
 

Frank Stanford comment Tues Aug 25, '15

In truth, for most west coasters the most annoying thing about the ferries isn't the fares at all...it's the line-ups.  The missed sailings.  
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