During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 304 complaints.
Oceanside Community Safety's Traffic Watch group performed 8 deployments during the month of August 2019 contributing 44.5 hours of volunteer time.
Distracted driving now causes more fatal crashes in BC than impaired driving. When you’re behind the wheel, take a break from your phone.
The use of hand-held personal electronic devices has been banned in BC since 2010. The law also applies while you’re stopped at a red light or slowed in traffic.
The penalty for one distracted driving ticket is a $368 fine and four penalty points ($210) for a total of $578.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 344 complaints.
This ElderCollege course starts with a discussion of the many types of emergency events that can befall BC, how vulnerable we are, and what governments are doing to minimize risks. We will then cover what we need to do as individuals, households and neighbourhoods, as we are the first line of preparedness and response.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 300 complaints.
Speedwatch volunteers Mike and James set up in the Nanoose Bay Elementary school zone at 7:30 a.m. this morning. By 10:00 a.m. they had checked approximately 600 vehicles.
According to the pair, public response has been excellent. Over 100 drivers expressed their appreciation in some manner and there have been no complaints. Everyone waved with all of their fingers!
The Saanich Police Department posted the following information on their Facebook page: