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Metchosin Community Hall

4401 William Head Rd, Victoria BC Canada

(250)478-6424

The Metchosin Community Hall is run by the volunteer non-profit Metchosin Hall Society and is held in trust for the people of the community. The Hall is maintained through fundraising efforts, rentals and a small annual grant from the District of Metchosin. The Main Hall is licensed to accommodate 180 people and contains a stage, washroom, [more]

STATUS BARBERSHOP & CLOTHING

1010 YATES ST, Victoria BC Canada

2505907828

STATUS BARBER LOUNG & CLOTHING Unit #4 1010 Yates (Behind Moxie’s Classic Grill) 250-590-7828(STAT) YOU CAN PAY FOR STYLE, BUT YOU CAN’T BUY STATUS…   Precision Hair Cuts & Designs for Men, Women & Children   Walk - Ins Welcome Appointments available upon request. Fee $3   Hours of [more]

Status Barber Shop

4-1010 Yates St, Victoria BC Canada

(250) 590-7828

Status Barber Shop 4-1010 Yates St Victoria, BC V8V 3M6 (Behind Moxie’s Classic Grill) (250) 590-7828 YOU CAN PAY FOR STYLE, BUT YOU CAN’T BUY STATUS… Check out our website: http://barbershopvictoriabc.com/   Precision Hair Cuts & Designs for Men, Women & Children   Walk - Ins Welcome   Hours of Operation Monday to [more]

Warm Land Productions

2443 Heather St, Victoria BC Canada

Loacted in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island in British Columbis, Warm Land Productions is committed to providing the people across Canana with quality entertainment and providing entertainers across Canada quality management and promotions. There is no need, big or small, that Warm Land Productions cannot fullfill. Whether you are needing [more]

Beacon Hill Park

Beacon Hill Park , Victoria BC Canada

Beacon Hill Park Beacon Hill Park is located along the south shore of Victoria, British Columbia and the Juan de Fuca Strait. It has been a park belonging to the city of Victoria since 1882. A trust was then established for the 62-acre (24.8-hectare) site. Beacon Hill Park was originally called Meeacan (the Salish name for belly) by the First [more]