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Development in Cumberland, Raising walls in Fan Tan Alley, Victoria real estate, and homeless runners

Former Cumberland mayor Bronco Moncrief and resident Tina Willard discuss a proposed development that could double and even triple the area population over the next decade.
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Business owners J.C. Scott and Kirsten Wright criticize a proposed renovation that would add two stories to a building bordering Chinatown's  Fan Tan Alley.

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With a 15-year-high in the number of Victoria homes for sale, CMHC analyst Travis Archibald discusses what it means for the local real estate market.

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Program Coordinator Gillie Easdon and a member of the Every Step Counts running group talk about the difference it has made for participants who have all experienced homelessness, mental illness or addictions.

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