The city’s CAO, Keeva Kehler, said staff have 91 projects on their list, a number which has nearly doubled since the start of the year.
“We try to stop these tragedies, like mine, which destroyed a good man,” said Margarita Bernard, whose husband was killed by a drunk driver in Courtenay in 2016. “I think these kind of events or tragedies can be prevented.”

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