UVic Student Engineering Society ‘pies’ Saanich Mayor Fred Haynes for a good cause on March 10. (Courtesy District of Saanich)

VIDEO: Mayor Fred Haynes gets pied in the face and more

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The YMCA-YWCA could take over another familiar Victoria landmark. To read the full story by Nicole Crescenzi CLICK HERE.

Glenlyon Norfolk School shut down for possible COVID-19 exposure. For more information on this story by Travis Paterson, CLICK HERE.

Saanich Mayor takes a pie to the face. To read the full story by Sarah Schuchard, CLICK HERE.

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