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2008 SD #61 - Greater Victoria School District Election Results: 9 Trustees to be elected Peg Orcherton    16628 (+1627)(inc) Bev Horsman      15360 (+1671)(inc) Elaine Leonard   14493 (-292) (inc) John Young       13048 (+1881)(inc) Jim Holland      12303 (=591) (inc) Michael McEvoy   12147 (-404) (inc) Tom Ferris       11891 (+1928)(inc) David Pitre      ...
2005 SD #61 - Greater Victoria School District Election Results: 9 trustees to be elected Charley Beresford 17897 (+2791)(inc) Peg Orcherton     15001 (+1061)(inc) Elaine Leonard    14785 (-712) (inc) Bev Horsman       13689 (-1212)(inc) Jim Holland       12894 (+1337)(inc) Michael McEvoy    12551 (+1932)(inc) John Young        11167 (+650) (inc) Mark Walsh  ...
2002 SD #61 - Greater Victoria Election Results: 9 Trustees to be elected Elaine Leonard    15497 (+3305)(inc) Charley Beresford 15108 (+8261)(inc) Peg Orcherton     13940 Bev Horsman       14901 (+4112)(inc) Michael McEvoy    10619 Jim Holland       11557 John Young        10517 (+1858)(inc) Tom Ferris        10109 (+1195)(inc) Mark Walsh   ...
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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 ...
Victoria’s late-night scene goes country with The Duke Saloon: The Duke Saloon on the northern fringes of downtown Victoria opens its doors August 22nd in the former Rehab Nightclub space on Discovery Street. Photo © Skyscraper Source Media. “We’re not a nightclub. We’re not a club at all. We’re a saloon, and we are welcoming to absolutely everybody.” The ...
Victoria International Airport “Q&A” with President & CEO Geoff Dickson: The arrivals area of the Victoria International Airport. Photo © Victoria Airport Authority. VibrantVictoria’s question-and-answer special feature with the president and CEO of the Victoria Airport Authority answers a series of questions relating to the Victoria International Airport (YYJ) as p...
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Crosstown Traffic: Bike trips and the Johnson St. Bridge: Beer discussion.While bike facilities will draw traffic, they must serve destinations that are trip generators for cyclists, and most will have not much tolerance for out of direction travel, unless for some compelling reason.Recently published research suggests that those facilities not so pur...
Nothing to see here . .  A sparsely attended meeting of Victoria’s council sitting in committee heard from project managers on the progress of the Johnson St. Bridge.  Those coming to watch a train wreck were no doubt disappointed. Recent reports notwithstanding, budget and time lines appea...
Jobs sailing in to Victoria There's not a lot to support in the province's decision to abandon the Capital Commission and sell off key assets to finance operational debt.  This trade of lands for those the city owns at Point Hope, however, is one of those exceptions that make good sense.  ...
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The high cost of conducting the public's business in private: By David Broadland, September 2014 Decisive moments in the bridge and sewage projects illustrate the need for more politicians willing to work in broad daylight. The Victoria region’s two largest public infrastructure projects are in deep trouble. The proposed $800 million sewage treatment progra...
An open letter to Jonathan Huggett regarding the Johnson Street Bridge project: By David Broadland, July 28, 2014 At a July 24 City of Victoria Council meeting, the bridge project's new director said all that's needed to get the project back on track is better leadership, better communication, and more money. In that spirit, Focus invites Jonathan Huggett to provide answers ...
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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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