(Kevin Murdoch photo)

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.

 

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

(Kevin Murdoch photo)

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