Brightly lit trucks leave Ogden Point as it made it's way through Greater Victoria for the 15th annual Lighted Truck Parade.

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The fifteenth annual IEOA Lighted Truck Parade took place Saturday as people bundled up braving the below freezing temperatures.



Approximately 80 trucks made their way around Greater Victoria with their horns and bright light display during the 15th annual Island Equipment Owners Association (IEOA) Lighted Truck parade that collected donations of food and cash for the Mustard Seed food bank along it’s 35 kilometre route. The event started at Ogden Point and made it’s way to the final stop at Western Speedway for hot chocolate, hot dogs and a visit with Santa.

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