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Hodges (RHO) is a residence building in the Lansdowne neighborhood. It houses single and double rooms.


Nancy Hodges (1888-1969) was a women’s rights advocate, writer, and politician. She was also a daily columnist for the Victoria Times. Hodges was elected as a Liberal MLA for Victoria in 1941 where she served until 1953. In 1949, she became the speaker of the BC Legislature, the first woman speaker ever in the Commonwealth.

RHO was built in 1969.

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