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Core Area Liquid Waste Management Committee changes: The committee is made of the 15 CRD directors that come from the seven municipalities that are part of the Core Area Liquid Waste Management Plan.    With the recent election there are four changes to the committee, possibly five if the new CRD chair is not already on the committee. Members of t...
Incumbents in the CRD are re-elected 87.8% of the time: The first number is the incumbents defeated, the second is incumbent councilors that ran.  Empty slots indicate a lack of information, na means the municipality did not exist Municipality    2014 2011 2008 2005 2002 1999 1996 1993 TOTAL  pct Central Saanich  0/4  1/4  1/4  0/4  0/2  0/5          ...
2014 Sooke School District SD#62 Election Results: Belmont Zone - 4 trustees to be elected Wendy Hobbs         3,835 incumbent Ravi Parmar         3,668 Dianna Seaton       3,068 incumbent Denise Riley        2,641 incumbent  Jan Peever          2,334 Stephanie Longstaff 2,308 Trudy Spiller       2,201 Donald Brown        2,197 Dean Sutton     ...
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End-of-term report card: By David Broadland, November 2014 Key votes at City Hall raise questions about the judgment of some councillors seeking re-election. The primary role of media in a democratic society is to provide citizens with information and analysis on important issues that allow those citizens to hold their g...
Richard Atwell: serious challenger in Saanich: By David Broadland, November 2014 Mayoral candidate would provide stronger leadership and open up Saanich and the CRD to greater public involvement. When Environment Minister Mary Polak decided last spring that she would not support the CRD’s plan to force Esquimalt to host a central sewage treat...
Sleeping with the fossils: By David Broadland, October 2014 An FOI request for the record of how environmental assessments for gas plants were axed last spring catches government and industry in flagrante. Perhaps you already know that fossil fuel corporations get the satisfaction they desire in BC when it comes to regulat...
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Old news in no news . .  Candidates continue to talk about "forced" increases in the budget for the Johnson St. Bridge.  Like other "new" information, the facts present a rather different picture, and one that has been available readily enough in the public realm. For most of the term of the...
Myth busters and missing links . . . In the wake of a convenient “release” of information about costs of the new bridge, some of the facts missing in the story line may help to paint a more complete picture than that offered by those with a more pointed political agenda. Today’s big myth:...
Every vote counts . . .  Transit is a big issue in the Capital Region, and nowhere are the challenges more acute than in the bus bays and along the routes that connect students between home and their studies at the University of Victoria.  Pass ups continue to be a problem, and students have b...
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Pre-sale condo buying tips to save you money, time and disapointment: Downtown Victoria's newest condo sales centre is marketing Chard Development's Escher condo and commercial projects. Image © Skyscraper Source Media. Marko Juras is a Realtor® with Fair Realty in Victoria. The author’s comments and opinions do not necessarily reflect those of VibrantVictoria or...
Push for rentals continues with transformation of Old Town office block: Artist's rendering of 595 Pandora, a former government office building soon to be transformed into rentals and commercial space. The former Ministry of Forests and Service Canada building at 595 Pandora Avenue in downtown Victoria’s Old Town district will be brought back to life as a mixed-use ...
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The City Walks – In the Shadow of Mega-Events: Protests, Policing and the Military in Victoria: You are invited to participate in a discussion based walking tour on the policing of mega-events and police-military connections in Victoria. In partnership with The City Talks, this walk will take up some of the themes in Adam Molnar’s lecture, In … Continue reading →

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