Online Posting Date: Tuesday October 8, 2019 ~ WEST SHORE
WSV ISSN | 2368-9374 | Vol.4 No.47
SVN ISSN | 1925-2722 | Vol.9 No.36
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The news this week:
- Top Headlines: Thanks to the Internet — and 25+ years of politicking — Langford to get BC government offices | Colwood wins UBCM infrastructure excellence award | How young to start voting? [Editorial] | Range of viewpoints during the federal election [Publisher’s Note] | Federal advance voting coming up Thanksgiving weekend: October 11 to 14 | Spectrum of opportunities to hear ESS candidates | List of all Candidates: Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke & Cowichan-Malahat-Langford | Candidate Feature: Dr Randall Pewarchuk, Conservative (Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke) | Debate on environment was a long slog | Alistair MacGregor joined by Crowder and Cullen | Randall Garrison to host Nathan Cullen in Sooke – October 8 | Sooke has followed up with local by-election audit
- Back page: Tour de Rock raises $26+ million in 22 years | Fall checkup for your vehicle at Dumont Tire |SD62 school bus transportation profile | BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver not seeking reelection in 2021
EVENTS are listed on page 4 this week in the print/PDF edition — including a few more All Candidates Meetings. | Also visit the online Events page of this website for updates.
COURTESY EDITION of the October 4 to 7 2019 Web Courtesy watermarked edition of West Shore Voice News.
PAGE 1 ADVERTISERS THIS WEEK: Candidate Alistair MacGregor, NDP incumbent (Cowichan-Malahat-Langford) | Candidate Lydia Hwitsum, Green (Cowichan-Malahat-Langford) | David Merner, Green (Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke)
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