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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.

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aduffy@timescolonist.com

Recent Work by Andrew A.

Preliminary report nixes idea of environmental review of Bamberton quarry expansion

Preliminary report nixes idea of environmental review of Bamberton quarry expansion

The preliminary Environmental Assessment Office report says the dock extension and soil deposit site could not be reviewed, as they are substantially underway, and recommended against reviewing the quarry.
Incubator nurtures companies that keep materials out of the landfill

Incubator nurtures companies that keep materials out of the landfill

Companies that have come out of the Project Zero incubator — and the Project Zero accelerator — include a consignment store for outdoor gear and a company that turns old sail cloth into bags
Incubator nurtures companies that keep materials out of the landfill

Incubator nurtures companies that keep materials out of the landfill

Companies that have come out of the Project Zero incubator — and the Project Zero accelerator — include a consignment store for outdoor gear and a company that turns old sail cloth into bags
Why does 'missing middle' housing make people so angry?

Why does 'missing middle' housing make people so angry?

Meant to refer to medium-density housing options like houseplexes, small apartment buildings and townhouses, the term ‘missing middle’ attracts a surpring amount of ire from opponents
Many taxis, ride-share vehicles not operating in poor road conditions

Many taxis, ride-share vehicles not operating in poor road conditions

Many taxi drivers aren’t leaving their homes right now; others are having trouble navigating streets that remain unplowed, says B.C. Taxi Association head
Bamberton battle highlights flaws in land-use regulations: B.C. Green leader

Bamberton battle highlights flaws in land-use regulations: B.C. Green leader

Sonia Furstenau says the fact the only notice required of Malahat First Nation for its quarry expansion plans was a small ad in a local newspaper shows the regulations are out of date
Loss of Air Canada direct service to Calgary could open door for others: Victoria airport CEO

Loss of Air Canada direct service to Calgary could open door for others: Victoria airport CEO

Air Canada’s decision to trim back its direct service from Victoria and Nanaimo to Calgary could allow WestJet and smaller airlines to expand
Loss of Air Canada direct service to Calgary could open door for others: Victoria airport CEO

Loss of Air Canada direct service to Calgary could open door for others: Victoria airport CEO

Air Canada’s decision to trim back its direct service from Victoria and Nanaimo to Calgary could allow WestJet and smaller airlines to expand
Shoppers warned to watch out as online scams reach all-time high

Shoppers warned to watch out as online scams reach all-time high

BBB Vancouver Island head says fraudsters are at their peak during times of crisis, when consumers are dealing with rising inflation and interest rates and holiday shopping madness at the same time
Shoppers warned to watch out as online scams reach all-time high

Shoppers warned to watch out as online scams reach all-time high

BBB Vancouver Island head says fraudsters are at their peak during times of crisis, when consumers are dealing with rising inflation and interest rates and holiday shopping madness at the same time
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