Read the Dec. 23 edition of the Oak Bay News for an exclusive interview with Santa. The Oak Bay News recently sat down with the head elf himself earlier this month at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel. The jolly old elf shares his vision for a best Christmas eve in Oak Bay

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Check out a sneak peek of our interview with the big man himself at Oak Bay Beach Hotel earlier this month



Read the Dec. 23 edition of the Oak Bay News for an exclusive interview with Santa.

The Oak Bay News recently sat down with the head elf himself earlier this month at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel.

The jolly old elf shares his vision for a best Christmas eve in Oak Bay, how reindeer fly and tales of travel abroad. Visit oakbaynews.com to see a short video of Santa’s arrival at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, and keep your eyes peeled on the website in the next few days for Santa’s special video greeting.

 

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