After occupying a piece of land in View Royal for 11 years, the decades-old Victoria Bowmen Archery Club is being forced to leave to make room for a BC Transit bus depot.
President of the Victoria Bowmen, Al Wills, spoke with All Points West guest host Rohit Joseph about why it’s so hard to find a new outdoor range.
Al Ferraby of CFAX 1070 was joined by Al Wills, president, Victoria Bowmen Archery Club, to discuss the future of the archery club.
Province-owned View Royal property will house handyDART facility.
A new handyDART bus depot is in the works for View Royal, but some say the plan misses the mark. The property earmarked for the new build is currently being used by the Victoria Bowmen Archery Club. Jasmine Bala has more.
Another Island sports club faces a looming shutdown. The twist on this one, however, is that it has nothing to do with COVID-19. The Victoria Bowmen Archery Club will lose its home outdoor range in View Royal on Sept. 1, due not to the pandemic, but a contentious new handyDART bus facility.
Victoria Bowmen Archery Association Meeting Minutes – Tuesday May 5, 2020 Call to Order The meeting was called to order over Zoom by the President at 7:05pm Attendance Al Wills, Larry Gagnon, Helena Myllyniemi, Lisa Lange, Greg Birtwistle, Greg Read more…