A Pacific storm heading towards Victoria is among today’s top stories

VIDEO: A Pacific storm heading towards Victoria is among today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Jan. 2

These Greater Victoria stories for Jan. 2 are brought to you by the Victoria Video Network (VVN).

Storm warning on Vancouver Island

Greater Victoria is bracing for an impending winter storm. To read the full story CLICK HERE.

Vancouver Island’s most valuable property

Despite losing value and Island off Sidney owned by billionaire Craig McCaw is the most valuable property in the region. For more information on this story by Wolf Depner, CLICK HERE.

And Victoria’s first baby of 2020 is?

Sooke family welcomes Vancouver Island’s first baby of 2020. To read the full story by Aaron Guillen, CLICK HERE.

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