Thursday, October 22, 2020

Seanna Wainman

Branded Content & Sports writer for Victoria Buzz. Have a story idea? Email me at

Nanaimo woman wins $250,000 on slots days before her birthday

Now THAT is a reason to celebrate! 🥳

This epic North Saanich company is now hiring for several different positions

Competitive wages, great benefits and shifts available 7 days a week!

Victoria’s Tally-Ho Carriage Tours to restart business this weekend after COVID-19 closure

A GoFundMe was launched during their shut down to support care for the horses.

Saanich Police locate stolen vehicle submerged in Prospect Lake

Dive team and tow truck to the rescue 🚙

Nanaimo RCMP investigating arson fire that caused extensive damage to business

Chain link fence surrounding the area was cut to gain access.

Trudeau unveils Canada-wide COVID-19 contact tracing app

With plans for a nationwide launch in the coming weeks.

We’re giving away 25 prize packs full of some of the Island’s most delicious...

We don't want to be cheesy, but this is an amazing giveaway... 🧀

Canadian government extends CERB for an additional 8 weeks

"We still have a long journey ahead,” says Trudeau.
Craigdarroch Castle

Craigdarroch Castle has reopened to the public as of June 15

Now open every day except Thursdays!

13 of the best Instagram photos taken around Victoria last week, June 8th to...

Rainy days make for beautiful reflection 😍

Prisoners who escaped William Head jail last year charged with murder of Metchosin man

60-year-old Martin Payne was found dead in his home last July.

Langford singer holds daily virtual concerts from her balcony in support of front line...

And she's taking her songs to Bear Mountain this weekend!

Here’s what the former Tally Ho property in downtown Victoria is going to look...

The new complex will include 102 new affordable apartments

Temperature checks will be mandatory at all Canadian airports: Trudeau

Anyone who shows symptoms of a fever will not be permitted to board their flight.

Nanaimo RCMP searching for missing 50-year-old man (UPDATED)

Based on some of his actions, his family is extremely worried for his safety and well-being.

Canadian government offers additional $133 million to aid Indigenous businesses

Those who have been particularly hard hit by the economic effects of COVID-19.

Island Health is looking for Community Health Workers to join their team

Benefits packages and 3 weeks vacation? Sign us up! 🙋

B.C. top doctor gives green light on Vancouver as a hub city for NHL

The ball (puck) is in the NHL's court now... 🏒

Food samples will not be returning to Costco stores in Canada

Sorry guys, your Costco trips are going to be WAY less exciting now...

Healing gathering to take place at B.C. Legislature for Indigenous Vancouver Island woman

She was killed by a police officer during a wellness check in New Brunswick on June 4.

The Drake Eatery is opening their very own beer garden in Victoria’s Market Square

Get your craft beer fix... at a safe distance 😎

Petition for police in B.C. to wear body cameras garners over 23,000 signatures

Body cams are also being endorsed by Prime Minister Trudeau.

Fraudulent CERB claims can now be reported on the CRA website

As of June 1, the federal government had processed over 15 million applications for CERB

14 of the best Instagram photos taken around Victoria last week, June 1st to...

Start your week with some spectacular local photography!

Immediate family members of Canadian citizens can cross U.S. border starting tonight

The 14 day quarantine rule will still apply to those entering the country

Nearly $5,000 worth of perfume stolen from Shoppers Drug Mart in Sidney

This crime makes no scents to us.. 🤔

$14 billion on the way to help provinces restart economies: Trudeau

“To really move forward, we need a Canada-wide plan on safely and effectively restarting the economy.”

Indigenous woman from Vancouver Island shot and killed by police in New Brunswick

The incident is being reviewed by an independent watchdog

Nanaimo RCMP searching for missing 18-year-old teen (UPDATED)

His caregivers are worried for his safety and well-being.

Many Canadians feeling financially optimistic despite COVID-19 (REPORT)

24% say they are actually better off now than they were last year.

Canadian seniors will start receiving COVID-19 financial aid in July: Trudeau

Eligible elders can receive a one-time payment of up to $500.