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Welcome to Snapshot!


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We are excited to present our new photographic tribute to life in Oak Bay – Snapshot.

The Oak Bay News staff spend hours meeting and talking to people in our community. We love sharing their stories and getting to know them.

As we’re out and about in Oak Bay, our photographer and reporters are able to capture people at work, play and engaged in various activities of daily life. We know many of you are just like us, excited to capture those budding flowers, brilliant sunsets and fun, family outings.

We’d like to thank those of you who shared your photos for this special edition of the News. We think our first Snapshot is a great example of a year in Oak Bay.

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