Locals are urged to put their pumpkins in their green waste bins instead of placing them in Mount Doug Park after Halloween on Oct. 31, 2019. (Black Press File Photo)

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The District of Saanich and Mount Douglas Park Society are asking people to leave behind the tradition of placing jack-o-lanterns in the park after Halloween. People are being instructed to use green bins as an alternative. For more information on this story, click here.

Halloween can be a very environmentally impactful event. To lessen your footprint, try buying candy in bulk, opt for a DIY costume, or grow your own pumpkins. For more information on this story, click here.

The weather is looking beautiful for the trick-or-treaters tonight. Today is clear skies with a high of 11 C, and overnight is showing a few clouds with fog and a high of 4 C. For more information on this story, click here.

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