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Endurance night passes quietly

Endurance night, the traditional student-organized event that sees Oak Bay High students stay up all night before the first day of classes, went largely unnoticed, according to Oak Bay police.

Unlike previous years, officers didn’t respond to any rowdy incidents involving youth Monday evening, said Const. Laurence Riel.

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