Honeybees fly off with honey from a truck and are now back in our houses

The honeybees have returned to their honey-growing colonies in Western Canada.

The queen returned to her hive in Western Australia, and there are now three colonies of bees in B.C., according to CBC News.

The colony in New South Wales is up to eight bees, and the colony in Alberta is at 40, and is expected to have a full brood this year.

There were several hive losses in the summer and autumn and now the bees are back.

The bees in Victoria have been breeding in the bee pen for about a year and now they are producing their first honey.

The honey is now coming to our kitchens and the local restaurants and cafes are getting it.

So the bees, it is really good, but we need a lot more bees to be able to keep up with demand.