Updated: Family, friends saddened by violent death of Nanaimo retiree in Mexico
A 52-year-old Duncan man died after his vehicle was hit by a piece of debris that fell from a logging truck on the highway near Lake Cowichan today The issue of selling Department of National Defence land is not as simple as suggested by Saturday's editorial .
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#1 Nov 8, 2012
Living in Mexico is taking your life in your own hands.I do not know how many Canadians have to die there before they clue in to what a shytehole Mexico really is.I knew Robin,who was the last Canadian that was killed down there.What a waste.
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