Victoria Buzz Staff
He caused over $5,000 in damage.
While scoring a B+ for quality of life.
The tour will feature all new material!
He suffered 'serious harm' while in a cell.
And now we get a week of sunshine!
Might be an indoor event day?
"The driver and passenger are lucky they walked away with minor injuries."
The investigation remains ongoing.
Merlot is moving to North Vancouver!
"I was speechless.”
From wind to snow! ❄️
Power has already been restored to 185,000 people in BC.
Hold on to your hat!
Smash your pumpkins from a 105-foot fire engine ladder!
Keep pets out of the water!
The cat came back... several months later.
Afroman is in town!
A 14-year-old was arrested minutes later.
We beat out Banff! 🏆
And the Malahat could see snow this evening.
Beer tasting, anyone?
Step aside Pumpkin Spice lattes, it’s holiday time.
It's the only place in BC to make the cut!
Wind gusts could reach as high as 80 km/h.
Ready to bring back the 90s, Victoria?
The suspect opened an office window in the building, reached in, and lit a fire.
Corey Hirsch is in town!
Damages from the fire were estimated at $10,000.
One was stabbed and the other suffered a broken nose.
An extra hour of sleep? Yes, please!
Save those jack-o-lanterns! 🎃
There were at least four incidents.
Saanich Police are investigating.
The new system will phase in this February.
Trick or treat, smell my feet...
Including the Greater Victoria area.
Just in time for Halloween!
The suspect(s) fled in a car after the incident.
The second incident occurred in Langford.
Things are getting spooky!
She was seen boarding a ferry from Swartz Bay to Pender Island.
How is it already the last Friday of the month?
And the BC Green Party aren't happy with the timing.
Fall weather has arrived!
Fortunately, the coffee was not hot enough to cause physical injury.
Perhaps go on an immersive cocktail adventure!
Including Vancouver Island's oldest antiquarian bookshop! 📚
He fled after providing police with fake ID.
It could be similar to 2015 and 2018 where storms caused significant power outages.