Monthly Archives: September, 2015

Sarbjit Bains sentenced to 18 years without parole eligibility for three slayings

By Jennifer Saltman, The Province A Surrey man who choked three people to death has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole for...

A mob in India dragged a man out of bed and beat him to death with bricks — for eating beef

BY MICHAEL E. MILLER, WASHINGTON POST Mohammad Akhlaq was in bed when the mob arrived. The commotion began in the distance, but crept closer and closer...

Vancouver candidates promise to track down Canadians flouting foreign-asset disclosure laws

BY DOUGLAS TODD, VANCOUVER SUN VANCOUVER -- Federal election candidates are promising to strictly enforce foreign-asset disclosure laws so every Canadian pays their share of...

Shutdown in Punjab against Sikh body’s pardon to self-styled godman

Amritsar, Sept.30 (ANI): A shutdown call was given by radical Sikh groups in Punjab on Wednesday in protest against the pardon granted by the...

Local Woman Facing Mail Theft Charges

Chilliwack:  Amanda Sharon Paulen, 30, of Chilliwack is facing charges of Theft from Mail, Mischief Under $5000, and Possession of a Break-in Instrument after...

Elderly woman struck, killed crossing Oak Street in Vancouver

Vancouver Sun VANCOUVER - A 75-year-old woman is dead after she was hit by a car while crossing a Vancouver street Monday night. The woman was...

One person dead, active shooter on the loose in community west of Ottawa, police say

 BY MICHELLE MCQUIGGE AND PAOLA LORIGGIO, NA0923_Winlo_shooting_620_AB Ont. — WILNO, Ont. — Residents of a small eastern Ontario town were ordered to seek shelter on...

Trudeau attacks Mulcair over F-35s, calling NDP leader ‘irresponsible’ for still considering fighter jets

Glen McGregor, Postmedia News  Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau turned the defence of his plan to scrap the purchase of F-35s into an attack on Tom...

A full list of all the promises made so far in the Canadian election campaign

The Canadian Press  THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank GunnLiberal leader Justin Trudeau, Green Party leader Elizabeth May and New Democratic Party leader Thomas Mulcair listen as Conservative...

Two B.C. men accused of terrorizing Justice Institute of B.C. affiliates via arson, gunshots

John Colebourn, Postmedia News  Two Metro Vancouver men, one a past lottery winner of a Shaughnessy mansion, face numerous arson and firearms charges after a...

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High-profile gangster Gary Kang gunned down inside parents’ house

Kang pleaded guilty last month to several charges related to a massive 2018 Vancouver police investigation and was awaiting sentencing. By Kim Bolan A high-profile Lower...

Richmond murder is suspected retaliation for Kang hit, sources say

By Kim Bolan A convicted drug-trafficker with links to the Wolf Pack and Brothers Keepers (BK) gang was shot to death in Richmond on Thursday...

Mayor of Castlegar resigns following backlash over trip to family cabin

Vancouver: (Vancouver Sun) The mayor of a B.C. city in the West Kootenays has quit following backlash over a trip he took with his...

Thousands of Canadians still travelling to Hawaii, despite pandemic

TORONTO -(CTV News)- In the wake of several Canadian elected officials being caught travelling over the holidays – despite federal health guidelines stating non-essential...