Take transit with ol’ Saint Nick

B.C. Transit is inviting the public to ride its 25th annual Santa Bus with Mr. and Mrs. Claus on Dec. 16 and 1

Santa is giving his reindeer a couple of days off and taking the bus throughout Greater Victoria.

B.C. Transit is inviting the public to ride its 25th annual Santa Bus with Mr. and Mrs. Claus on Dec. 16 and 17. The jolly couple will hand out candy canes while holiday music plays. Regular transit fares apply.

The bus, which will be decorated with antlers, a red Rudolph nose and holiday lights, will make several stops on various routes throughout Greater Victoria. Please see www.bctransit.com and look to the right under “customer alerts” for the Santa Bus schedule.

 

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