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Photo gallery: Community walks into 2018 together

Annual mayor and council walk a popular venture New Year’s Day

As per tradition, Oak Bay walked into 2018 shoulder-to-shoulder.

Mayor and council led the four-hour tour through the community’s alleys and walkways Jan. 1.

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