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Dwyer Tax Law
9th Floor, CIBC Tower
900-1175 Douglas Street
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada V8W 2E1
Office located in downtown Victoria, in the CIBC Tower, on the corner of Douglas Street and View Street.
Note: View Street is one-way, accessed from Blanshard Street.
Parking is available at the parkade on View Street beside the CIBC Tower.
For those who like to navigate by GPS, the office is located at N48 25.522 W 123 21.900.