The issues with these boxes were outlined in a letter written by the Downtown Victoria Business Association
120 people have been affected so far, including 43 in B.C.
And 48% are not sure what they will do.
It started with an assault and ended with arrest at a public beach.
The perpetrator is a military veteran who was sentenced to 18 months of house arrest, partly because he had PTSD.
She was found crying, alone at a beach 😢
Police executed a search warrant after neighbours complained of suspicious activity and "vile odours".
She suffers from a medical condition which may lead to her being confused
Limited in-person services will be available.
Including one new case in the Vancouver Island Health region
There was a 500% increase in Indecent Acts committed in those areas in the past few months.
Residents will start moving into these units in mid-August.
This will be the fourth UPCC in the Island Health region in recent years
As of July 30, 114 Salmonella cases were recorded in western and central Canada
The incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon.
There have been 20 cases recorded in this outbreak.
Those who want to access this service will need a doctor's letter and a filled out Travel Assistance Program (TAP) form.
Active cases have dropped to 242 as of today.
This target was first announced in 2018.
The wildfire that broke out yesterday has since grown to 20 acres.
Police seized narcotics, cash, and a replica handgun from the property they were operating from
He hasn't been seen since 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 29
TLDR: Lock your doors and windows.
No timeline has yet been set.
Six more cases have been linked to the outbreak on Haida Gwaii
Today's announcement included the creation of a new cohort system and a $45.6 million investment from the province.
The Canadian Armed Forces have been contacted to safely dispose of the munitions
""There were too many accidents occurring on this stretch of road...," said Minister Claire Trevena.
One of the suspects kicked and spat on police during the arrest.
This end-of-summer tradition will also have to wait until next year
There remain 10 active cases in the Vancouver Island Health region.
He is believed to be driving a grey 2005 Nissan Altima, and is accompanied by his dog
With the option to further extend it to December 31, 2020.
According to the city, many have already moved their camps away from protected areas.
They expect a busy weekend of travel ahead.
Out of a total $4.4 million investment in similar programs at institutions across B.C.
They skipped out on a $300 bill.
The onus to ensure compliance of this order will fall on property owners.
One more person tested positive for the virus in the Vancouver Island Health region today
Police say they were able to successfully de-escalate the situation.
The owners now plan to donate this beloved attraction and have it turned into a protected regional park.
For one, patrons will be required to stay in their designated seats other than for bathroom breaks
There are now 8 active cases in VIHA, and 285 total across the province.
She was rushed to hospital after witnesses performed CPR.
80 of these buses are expected to operate in Victoria by the end of the year
Small campfires and cooking stoves that use gas, propane or briquettes will still be allowed.
Declarations of emergency can be extended by increments of 14 days at a time.
Police say the gang has continued operations during the pandemic.
"Our curve is trending upward, and we need to bend our curve back down to where it belongs."