Black Press associate group publisher Oliver Sommer (right) presents a $1,000 cheque to Saanich’s Mike Decker, one of the winners of the Black Press Pulse Readers Survey contest. (Dan Ebenal/Black Press)

Saanich man wins $1,000 in Black Press contest

Saanich’s Mike Decker was one of the winners of the Black Press Pulse Readers Survey contest

Dan Ebenal

News Staff

Saanich’s Mike Decker was one of the winners of the Black Press Pulse Readers Survey contest

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