City officials say they’re pleased with the results of the jeweled beauty crown jewel project, with the city getting $1 million from the federal government.

City officials said it was a big step forward in terms of economic development, which was a major priority for the City of Victoria.

“I think this is a very, very important step forward, especially for the city, and also for the community,” Mayor Derek Nepinak said.

Nepinak is pleased with what he’s seen.

“This is an important milestone for the municipality.

It’s also a big milestone in terms that we’ve got the infrastructure to bring that to fruition,” he said.”

The city was the first municipality in Canada to apply for federal funds, in 2013.””

It’s also very exciting, especially now that we have this infrastructure that we’re able to bring this to fruition.”

The city was the first municipality in Canada to apply for federal funds, in 2013.

“Our city was a pioneer in the field of public housing,” Mayor Nepinack said.

“That’s where we were able to put in our bid for this jeweled beautiful city and then we’ve been able to get a lot of money in and a lot more development in our community.”

Nepinsak said he’s pleased the project has been successful and that it will continue to attract more investment for the project.

“As we look forward to seeing the next milestone that we set up in terms the next phase of the project, we’re hoping that this will also be an important step in the economic development of our city,” he added.