VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Media

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Keywords: Family Law, Aboriginal Lands, Giant Billboard

VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Media

VibrantVictoria.ca’s print, Internet-based, televised and radio media headlines.

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

sub-section.

  • Local media company releases global buildings map system

  • “By any means necessary”: UVic prof advocates reclaiming aboriginal lands

  • Steve Nash for Mayor of Victoria story a hoax

  • Victoria second most dangerous city in Canada: Macleans magazine

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

  • Telus billboard turning heads at City Hall

  • Telus adorns downtown building with giant billboard

  • Tourism BC’s new ad campaign raising eyebrows

  • Times Colonist newspaper placed under creditor protection; up for sale

  • National Post CEO leads buyout of CanWest’s Times Colonist

  • Online discussion inclusion in council documents a first for City Hall

  • “The Zone” radio station responds to VibrantVictoria.ca’s concerns over “on location” vehicle idling

  • Keywords: Aboriginal Lands, Family Law, Giant Billboard

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    VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Business & the Local Economy

    For the latest on business and the local economy in Victoria and the capital region. Developer of Atrium office building purchases downtown “Roth Site” property. City Hall feels no love for rental building amidst tight rental market. 15-storey residential tower to go before Planning & Land Use Committee. Victoria rental project sidelined in light of planned incentives. VibrantVictoria.ca’s business and the local economy headlines.


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    VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Politics

    For the latest on politics in or affecting Victoria and the capital region. Elizabeth May officially re-opens third Green Party campaign office. Six candidates already in the running for lone council seat. City Council says ‘cheers’ to Bay Street brewpub. City of Victoria releases “Victoria Votes 2010. Zoning zaniness: Harris Green’s parking zoning. Council drafting ‘no boulevard camping’ bylaw. Regional mayors host 2011 City Hall levees.


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    VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Real-estate

    For the latest on real-estate and construction projects in Victoria and the capital region. Sub-forum covers regional heritage building preservation and renovation projects. Developer of Atrium office building purchases downtown “Roth Site” property. City Hall feels no love for rental building amidst tight rental market. 15-storey residential tower to go before Planning & Land Use Committee.


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    VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Misc

    Telus adorns downtown building with giant billboard. Victoria MP hosts service expo at Cook St. Village. Environment Canada: snow may linger till weekend. UVic prof advocates reclaiming aboriginal lands. Residents’ association to hold AGM.