Some sources say they’ve still been able to board for non-essential reasons.
They’ve been dealing with speed demons all week.
For drivers who renewed on the old system.
It was stolen while she was administering COVID-19 vaccines.
Two new routes are proposed totalling 32 km.
A driver has been transported to the hospital with injuries.
One driver was trapped in their vehicle with potentially life threatening injuries.
Two more reasons for essential travel were added to the list today.
Drivers heading southbound on Highway 1 are limited to one lane and should expect delays.
She pulled a U-turn in front of an oncoming RV.
Keep your eyes on the skies May 4th.
Non-essential travelers may face a $575 fine.
These orders are effective immediately.
The vessel will service the Nanaimo Harbour – Gabriola Island route.
There will be no random individual stops.
COVID-19 protocols are still in place.
The driver had a mandated alcohol detecting ignition interlock in their vehicle.
There will also be a 10-hour closure on April 28th
You can request a refund until June 12th, 2021.
Cheques were delayed a month due to a cyber attack.
The flight departed from Vancouver on April 1st.
Don’t be surprised to see a large jet overhead!
The first bus will roll-out tomorrow!
In-person classes are set to return in September.
Many of those from the travel and hospitality industries.
360 km of Saanich’s residential roads will see this change.
Fast, furious, and confiscated.
Drivers be advised!
The provincial grant looks to support inter-city bus travel.
The new fares will be available year-round.
Along with 'Best Hygiene Measures'.
The cancellations happened throughout the day and will continue through to the evening.
The province is looking for feedback on the major project.
That's one bus they're not going to want to miss! 😍
The ban was initially put in place back in March 2020.
Rebates are expected to average $190 per customer.
Here's how you can check how much you'll save (it could be up to $400 per year!)
A wind warning is currently in place for most of the island.
The construction project is over 60% done.
Both flights originated in Vancouver.
20 new charging stations will be added in 2021.
The Santa bus will be free to ride on two days this month!
The change will take effect on December 1.
Face shields will no longer be considered a substitute for a non-medical mask
The new buses would begin operation in summer 2022.
"This is our small contribution for the next three months to make sure that people can actually get to the showers."
A two minute silence will be observed on ships and terminals at 11 a.m. on November 11
Council will deliberate the motion on Thursday.
Both were travelling from Calgary earlier this month.