... and they didn't have a license 😱
Residents will start moving in on Friday, May 15
Qualified students could receive up to $1,250 per month.
She was last seen riding her bike in Metchosin.
Answering questions about "why we don't just 'test, test, test everyone'".
With new guidelines in place
The survey also asks about willingness to participate in a serology test to determine immunity in the future
There are now 397 active cases remaining in the province.
The robbery occurred April 3rd.
He fled the scene after stabbing a man during a fight
To offset the losses incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic
Matching a heartwarming gesture with meaningful action ❤️
Items ranged from wallets, to gift cards, to jewelry.
The phones can connect to WiFi and come pre-loaded with a data plan
But there is no evidence that the virus could be sexually transmitted.
The profanity-ridden tirade blames Chinese people for the existence of the virus
Eligible seniors could receive up to $500 per month.
The risks of transmission remain high in B.C.
This motion will be discussed at an upcoming Committee of the Whole meeting this Thursday
There were no new cases in the Island Health region over the weekend
Lifting spirits amid the pandemic, one tune at a time 🎶
Camosun College has yet to announce their plans for the fall
"It was my first bike that I saved up money to buy," said the rightful owner.
Demonstrators protested subjects ranging from lockdown measures to vaccinations to the recent assault-style weapons ban
Where did you watch it? 🔥
Have an adorable little monster on your hands? 🐾
There is no recent photograph of the man.
"Let me be clear: these are bridge loans, not bailouts."
Two other people were injured in the explosion.
There are no immediate reports of damage.
There are now 542 active ongoing cases in B.C.
An investigation into the incident is currently ongoing.
The total number of cases in B.C. are now up to 2,315
The 20-year-old victim walked to the hospital after the incident.
Including donation drop-off.
"No one will be asked to leave these encampments without being offered a suitable temporary housing option."
This pandemic doesn't have to get in the way of celebrating mom!
Prices spiked after the announcement to start increasing economic activity in B.C.
Submit your questions for a chance to have them answered (link in article)
Between March 15 and May 2, 2020
Home runs, hot dogs and fireworks will have to wait until next year.. ⚾
The voice we've all grown to know and trust during this pandemic
West Shore RCMP says theft from vehicles is one of their highest reported crimes.
In B.C., 396,500 jobs were lost in March and April
As of Monday, 96,000 employers had applied for this subsidy
Can you hug your family if you don't live with them? This and other questions answered.
Employers will have to post their plans publicly, and will be held accountable through a complaints-based process
There are two new cases in the Island Health region reported today
Time to bust out the shades 😎