Do you have a few spare hours to donate to your community?
Last week we looked at what you should be entitled to expect as a driver on B.C.’s highways. It only seems fair that we should examine what your duties as a driver are this week. As before, if I miss or misstate any of them, you are welcome to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and express your opinion.
This November 13 th to 19 th join the fight to end childhood bullying and help kids just be kids.
If you know or think that a child is a victim of bullying...
Talk to them - Let them know that they can trust you and that they shouldn’t deal with bullying alone.
The headline read “Malahat crash sees angry motorists verbally abuse first responders.”
One person died in a T-bone collision on Highway 1 north of Victoria requiring a highway closure from the Summit to the Bamberton exit while emergency responders provided life saving assistance, investigation and cleanup. Closures such as this one are done with the permission of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
1) 2016-10580 On November 10th, a break, enter and theft was reported to have occurred in the 3800 block of Horne Lake Cave Road in Qualicum Beach. The complainant advised that between November 9th and the 14th, culprits forced entry into his residence by kicking open the front door. Several sheds on the property had their doors pried open and gone through as well.
Parachute Canada provides a free, on-line course for people who work with families of children aged 0-6, particularly families that may be new to Canada, have lower literacy, be led by just one caregiver, or live in rural or remote places in Canada.
1) 2016-10317 On November 2nd, a theft was reported to have occurred in the 2700 block of Sunset Terrace in Qualicum Beach. The complainant advised that between October 17th and 24th, a 3’ X 6’ Stark solar panel valued at $300.00, was stolen from his residence.
1) 2016-10060 On October 25th, a mischief to property was reported to have occurred in the 500 block of Rowen Avenue in Parksville. The complainant advised that recently culprits spray painted graffiti (the word “SWIX”) on four of his fence panels.
The theme of this year's event is “Outreach – Contribution – Mobilization: Commitment to Community Voices.” The focus areas will be: financial abuse of older adults; security features of Canadian bank notes; crime prevention through environmental design; responding to violence against women; keeping children and youth safe; implementation challenges and strategies to overcome them; and creating safer neighbourhoods.