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Andrew A. Duffy

Andrew A. Duffy

Andrew Duffy has been carrying a pad and pen with journalistic intent through the streets of Victoria since the early 1990s and has been with the Times Colonist covering everything from sports to politics and all points in between since 1996.

The University of Victoria grad and award-winning journalist has been covering the region’s business beat since 2000 with a practised eye focused on financial malfeasance, real estate, the burgeoning tech sector, tourism and forestry.

Email
aduffy@timescolonist.com

Recent Work by Andrew A.

New recycling and organics collection service coming for multi-family buildings

New recycling and organics collection service coming for multi-family buildings

Organics and recycling could be collected from multi-family properties and small businesses.
All-electric plane joins Island aviation company's fleet

All-electric plane joins Island aviation company's fleet

No set date for Sealand’s electric aircraft to take flight for the first time.
Saanich to cover property taxes for Nigel House site after tax-policy change

Saanich to cover property taxes for Nigel House site after tax-policy change

The site is not eligible for an exemption while it’s not being used for supportive housing because it’s under construction, leaving Broadmead Care Society with a $26,000 bill.
Parking on stretch of Shelbourne could be sacrificed for bike lanes

Parking on stretch of Shelbourne could be sacrificed for bike lanes

The goal is to connect with bike lanes in the works in neighbouring Saanich
Victoria residents face 7.93 per cent tax hike; police budget passes

Victoria residents face 7.93 per cent tax hike; police budget passes

The budget approval, which passed 6-3 on Monday, was a victory for the Victoria and Esquimalt Police Board, since the $72.1-million police budget was approved in its entirety
Saanich tweaks tax policy, affects new construction

Saanich tweaks tax policy, affects new construction

When new buildings are constructed, the additional tax revenue will pay for the district’s staff and resources
Work at Roundhouse project could start this year and include more rental buildings

Work at Roundhouse project could start this year and include more rental buildings

The bulk of the project is expected to be built in 10 to 15 years. First phase likely to include affordable housing, remediation of heritage structures, 25-storey condo tower.
Victoria council gives green light to Roundhouse project

Victoria council gives green light to Roundhouse project

Council vote was 7-2 in favour of allowing the Roundhouse at Bayview Place project to go ahead in Vic West.
Victoria-Esquimalt police board urges approval of $4.6M budget increase

Victoria-Esquimalt police board urges approval of $4.6M budget increase

VicPD Chief Del Manak cited Statistics Canada’s crime severity index that shows the volume and severity of police-reported crime in Victoria last year was well above the provincial average
Design firm wins contract to shape Centennial Square revamp

Design firm wins contract to shape Centennial Square revamp

A new look for the 59-year-old civic landmark could start coming to life next year, and may include existing fountain
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