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UPDATE: Sooke Elementary School will likely hold classes tomorrow

Sooke Elementary School will likely be open tomorrow morning following a fire in one of their classrooms this evening.
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Fire knocked down at Sooke Elementary School

The Sooke Fire Department and several accompanying fire departments have been able to knock down a fire at Sooke Elementary School.
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Home oil spill in Blenkinsop Creek

The District of Saanich says there has been a fuel spill in Blenkinsop Creek, upstream from Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary.
 
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Victoria election: Bridge debate heats up

                 Victoria Mayoral candidate Ida Chong says the current administration at city hall has fumbled the Johnson Street bridge file from the beginning.
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Mayoral candidate Chong says bridge build likely to exceed budget

              An outside engineer has weighed in on Victoria's Johnson Street bridge debate, predicting the city faces between 11 and 17 million dollars in cost overruns.
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Woodwynn Farms files counter claim against Central Saanich

The executive director of the society that operates Woodwynn Farms has filed a counter claim against the district of Central Saanich in BC Supreme Court.
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Esquimalt lays out five year vision

               Esquimalt Council has adopted a four pronged economic development strategy, that it expects to implement through almost 100 specific actions over the next five years.
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Harbour Commission appoints interim CEO

                A civil service veteran has come out of retirement to fill the vacancy at the head of the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority on an interim basis.
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More CRD locations to lose door-to-door mail delivery

Last week you heard on CFAX 1070 that beginning next fall, Canada Post will halt door-to-door delivery for 18,000 home addresses in the Victoria area.
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Fire guts bedroom near Victoria-Oak Bay border

A fire centered in a bedroom has left a house near the Victoria-Oak Bay border badly damaged.
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