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WSV Weekend Digest – March 6 to 9, 2020 Issue

In this issue: First death from COVID-19 in BC

Online Posting Date: Monday March 9, 2020 ~ WEST SHORE

West Shore Voice News March 6 to 9, 2020 WEEKEND DIGEST Print-PDF Issue

WSV ISSN | 2368-9374 | Vol.5 No.17

SVN ISSN | 1925-2722 | Vol.10 No.6

Week #476

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The news this week in the Print-PDF subscriber digest:

  • Headlines – page 1: Daily BC news briefings with updates on COVID-19 | International Women’s Day recognized for progress, and goals yet to be achieved | Cruise ship incubators
  • Pages 2 & 3: | Publisher’s Note: Leadership in the media message | Coronavirus Update (to March 9) | Finance Minister Carole James not seeking re-election | Langford branding gets a facelift | Jordie Lunn Bike Park | Names & designs for two new schools in Langford | Academy revenues
  • Editorial: International Women’s Day: still room to grow [Editorial]
  • Back page: Dealing with COVID-19 in the workplace | Rugby Canada bronze | Langford woman dies from gunshot March 6 | Facial recognition software challenged by NDP | Blackberry tidy up at park in Colwood

EVENTS are listed on page 4 this week in the print/PDF edition. | Also visit the online Events page of this website for updates.

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Front page of the March 6 to 9, 2020 subscriber digest of West Shore Voice News

PAGE 1 ADVERTISER THIS WEEK: SD62 (public presentation about new West Langford schools)

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