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Welcome to The Hive at Veteran’s Park

Your downtown West Shore spot for fabulous local products, info to help you live more lightly on the land, and cool tips about things to do closer to home …

For that perfect holiday gift … we’ve got music by local composers
Karel Roessingh, Terry Brennan and Ronda Rozon; paintings, prints and cards by talented local artists and photographers, samples from the Coast Collective, as well as thoughtful looks at local history with books by author Maureen Duffus.

There are adorable Sock Monkeys, along with their trendy Monkey Hat cousins, or you can pick-up a Bulldog GREEN T-shirt to support Belmont’s Green Team ... then there are those amazing Highlands Jams … Spiced Cranberry, Red Wine Jelly and Cranberry Orange Apricot Chutney make great additions to any gift basket or in yummy appies served at home for holiday guests.

If you’re looking for great activity ideas, let The Hive help direct you to great local spots for fun, adventure, art, culture, history and entertainment on the wonderful West Shore.

GO LOCAL and GO GREEN when you visit us at The Hive at Veteran’s Park.

2830 Aldwynd Road in Langford. Open Thursdays noon to 8pm
Fridays – Sundays noon to 5pm
www.thehivewest.ca

The Hive at Veteran’s Memorial Park 2830 Aldwynd Road | Langford, B.C. 250.478.1130


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Switch IPO the latest to limit investor voting rights

As many of 15 percent of U.S. IPOs in recent years have used dual share classes meant to give insiders outsized voting rights, according to the Council of Institutional Investors.

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Wells Fargo executives, board must face lawsuit over fake accounts, federal judge says

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As Ford pushes into electric vehicles, U.S. union aims to save jobs

Ford’s presentation to investors this week under new chief executive Jim Hackett, included a slide touting a 30 percent reduction in “hours per unit” to build electric vehicles.

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