Victoria Buzz Staff
Police are asking resident to watch for his vehicle.
Drivers will save roughly $400 a year.
The incident occurred on the #15 bus.
One of the four options includes potentially closing Craigflower Elementary.
UPDATE: He’s been located and is safe!
The 43-year-old driver is cooperating with police.
The 800 block of Johnson Street was closed for about 5 hours.
Not a very "smooth" exit 😂
Currently, over 19,000 are still without power on Southern Vancouver Island.
One person was arrested during the raid.
Police attended the area and were able to identify a 25-year-old man.
Two men and two women were taken into police custody.
Check those tickets!
Police do not suspect foul play.
All 17 residents living at the facility have been tested.
An officer spotted him on Quadra Street.
The incident occurred on January 5th.
The infected worker has been self-isolating at home.
Thieves have been removing glass windows and defeating alarm systems
That’s one way to ‘make it rain’ 😂
The facility has closed for the week out of an abundance of caution.
He was captured on video just before one of the fires.
The investigation into his death will continue in conjunction with the BC Coroners Service.
A wind warning is currently in place for most of the island.
Olivia has taken the top spot once again!
70 to 90 km/h winds are expected.
You can check your assessment online!
He is known to frequent parks and trails.
The two employees worked in different stores within the mall.
The passenger was also touching the cab drivers face.
Additionally, the province’s first baby arrived 21 minutes into the new year in Vancouver.
Sadly, the outbreak claimed four lives.
2020: The year of the bookworm. 🤓
He was eventually arrested after barricading himself.
Time to wrap up a unique holiday season 🎄
#4: Asking for assistance to apply for CERB 🤦
There are five confirmed cases in this outbreak.
Don’t worry, it’s still safe to drink!
An outbreak was declared at the facility on Sunday.
Police are investigating reports of a possible altercation the previous night.
The individual recently returned to BC from the United Kingdom.
She was last seen on December 21st.
Wind gusts could reach up to 90 km/h!
The 'icing' on the cake that was 2020 ❄️
Get those shovels ready! ❄️
Winds could reach 70 km per hour.
She has worked in the same long-term care home for 41 years.
Winds will ease by Thursday but will remain breezy through the day.
The first vaccinations could be administered as soon as next week.