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Steve Duffy's Sports Comment For Friday, April 17th, 2015

The Rugby Gods couldn't have asked for a better weekend.

Frank Stanford comment Fri Apr 17, '15

The NHL ought not to suspend P-K Subban for slashing Mark Stone in the first game of the Montreal-Ottawa series Wednesday night. The NHL ought to take no action because the matter should be out of the league's hands, and in those of the criminal justice system.

Steve Duffy Sports Comment For Thursday, April 16th, 2015

One big regret in my broadcasting career, is that I never got to work with 'The Dobber,' Ken Dobson.
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What's Your 105?
They blanketed downtown Victoria Saturday dressed in yoga pants, biking shorts and track suits. A fitness flash mob challenging citizens to get active and have fun.
 
 
Police standoff near Cook Street Village
Victoria Police are in a standoff, with a suspect barricaded inside a house near Cook Street Village. 
Couple sentenced for unlawful confinement of Saanich man
Two people who admit to assaulting and confining a Saanich man over a two-day period have been sentenced to one month in custody after calculating time served.
Greenpeace protest ship docked at Ogden Point
The recent bunker fuel spill in Vancouver's English Bay brings a renewed threat of oil and fuel spills on and near the BC coast.


Two cars plummet 40-feet after being driven off the end of Clover Point
Two vehicles have been driven off the end of Clover Point, sending them crashing 40-feet onto the rocks below.
Victoria Clipper escorted to Seattle after electrical fire on board
An electrical fire broke out on the Victoria Clipper tonight as it sailed to Seattle, full of passengers.
CBC cuts over 240 positions, including two in Victoria
The latest round of cuts at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has eliminated over 240 positions throughout the country.
Langford man arrested on child pornography charges
Information obtained by Manitoba RCMP has led to a Langford man being arrested on child pornography charges.
George Abbott says he would still accept Treaty Commissioner position
Several weeks after his appointment to BC Chief Treaty Commissioner was vetoed by the provincial government, George Abbott says that he would still accept the position if it was offered.
Navy ships return to Esquimalt from Operation Caribbe
The band played on as the crew of two Royal Canadian Navy ships returned to Esquimalt Wednesday morning after a high-profile mission in both the Caribbean and eastern Pacific.

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