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Keywords: Family Law

VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Arts, Culture & Entertainment

VibrantVictoria.ca’s arts and culture headlines.

For the latest on arts, culture entertainment in Victoria and the capital region, refer to VibrantVictoria.ca’s discussion forum’s

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  • Waddington Alley mural a sweet addition to Old Town

  • RBCM plan stumps Design Panel

  • Supertramp coming to Victoria (sans Hodgson)

  • Saanich puts Applebee’s late night booze plans on ice

  • Moon Under Water celebrates official grand opening

  • Game on! Street hockey returns to Downtown

  • Vibrant Victoria’s year in review part II

  • VibrantVictoria’s 2010 year in review part I

  • Regional mayors host 2011 City Hall levees

  • Santa set to arrive in Victoria

  • WildPlay wants Inner Harbour zipline

  • Arena readies for Victoria’s highest-ever indoor event attendance

  • Steve Nash for Mayor of Victoria story a hoax

  • Victoria sculptor Bob Wise, creator of YYJ’s “Roulette,” dies at 61

  • Bronze Emily keeps eye on Legislature

  • 7-screen Cineplex Odeon theatre coming to Westshore Town Centre

  • Canada’s first family law talk show to start taping in Victoria

  • City Hall presents new plan to UDI

  • Chinatown mural set to be Old Town’s largest

  • Victoria wants the Juno Awards; questionnaire results reveal support for bid

  • Keywords: Family Law

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