Editorial: Hope for the Malahat?

  Times Colonist 

Like die-hard sports fans at the start of a season, Malahat drivers look at each government promise with a mixture of cock-eyed optimism and world-weary cynicism. On Wednesday, the province announced it would hire a consulting firm to come up with a plan to improve traffic flow on southern Vancouver Island, a large part of which is figuring out what to do about the Malahat. When a crash happens on

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