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Juan de Fuca approval, defending Fan Tan Alley reno, decoding strata law and fish pedicures

A proposal to build a resort alongside the Juan de Fuca Trail is one step closer to reality. Gregor hears from CRD directors Mike Hicks, Vic Derman and John Ranns, and opponent Zoe Blunt.

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Victoria architect Allan Lowe explains why he thinks increasing the height of three buildings bordering Chinatown's Fan Tan Alley buildings makes sense.

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Love thy neighbor, hate thy strata council: Gregor speaks with the author of a manual on the strata law governing condo living.

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Big fish to fry with the Health Authority. A spa owner reacts to a health order to stop providing pedicures that employ live fish to remove dead skin cells.

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