Monthly Archives: November 2014

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A woman was found dead inside a Surrey home on Sunday and her husband has now been charged with her murder.

Surrey RCMP say the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team were called to a home in the 6900 block of 152nd Street in southeast Newton, where the woman was found.

Harbans Pandher has now been charged with the 2nd degree murder of his wife, 64-year-old Jaswant Pandher.

“As this investigation is early the motive appears unclear but evidence thus far suggests this to be domestic related,” said IHIT Staff Sgt. Jennifer Pound in a statement.

Reports say witnesses saw a girl run outside yelling for help, claiming her grandmother had been killed.

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Surrey-Tynehead MLA Amrik Virk previously sat on Kwantlen’s board of directors.

SURREY — A series of emails between former members of Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s board of governors and one of the school’s past presidents challenges the conclusions of a government report that ruled the board was unaware of specific details of an employee contract that deliberately broke executive compensation guidelines.

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BlackBerry Ltd.’s offer to pay iPhone users as much as $600 to switch to its Passport device could either be a strategy to boost sales — and in turn pique corporate interest in its mobile software — or is a reflection of tepid demand for the Waterloo, Ont-based company’s gadgets in North America, according to Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um.

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By: Vanessa Lu Business reporter

After making dramatic changes that include starting a phase-out of door-to-door home delivery and hiking the price of stamps, Canada Post says it expects to end the year in the black.

The crown corporation reported third-quarter earnings on Wednesday that showed the post office segment recorded a before-tax profit of $13 million, compared to a $129 million loss in the same period a year earlier.

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Langley: The Langley RCMP were called to the 24700 block of 64 Avenue on November 25th just before 10:30 am for what was called in as a possible body in that location.

Upon attendance police located human remains off the side of the road and evidence in the early stages suggested that the individual was a victim of homicide.

Due to the remains being badly burned there are a number of answers we require in order to move forward with this homicide investigation.

“There is very little detail to be released at this stage and IHIT investigators will be relying heavily on an autopsy in order to obtain details about who this victim is,” says Staff Sergeant Jennifer Pound.

An autopsy is scheduled for Thursday.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the IHIT tipline at 1-877-551-4448, or, if you wish to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477