Monthly Archives: February, 2016

Man in custody after domestic homicide in Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge: The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has laid charges against 29 year old Randy Scott in relation to the shooting death of 33 year...

‘Severely intoxicated’ driver pulled over in Abbotsford

by  Staff Writer - Abbotsford News posted Feb 17, 2016 at 9:00 AM A driver who police describe as “severely intoxicated” was pulled over on Sumas...

Vancouver murder victim pleaded with killers to ‘hold on’

Victim and another South Asian prisoner named Randy Naicker were living in same halfway house before the shooting BY KIM BOLAN, VANCOUVER SUN FEBRUARY 16,...

Guildford Bay employee stabbed trying to stop alleged shoplifter in Surrey

A 29-year-old man is in hospital in Surrey after he was stabbed trying to stop an alleged shoplifter at a Surrey mall Tuesday night. Photograph...

B.C. budget offers help to buyers of new homes

Finance Minister Mike De Jong's budget outlined $47.5 billion in spending for the 2016/17 fiscal year, starting April 1, with a projected $264 million...

Celine Dion’s castle-like $25.5-million Laval mansion on a private island has sold, reports say

Hayley Juhl, Montreal Gazette, Postmedia News SOTHEBY'SCéline Dion's former home on a private island near Laval sold for $25.5 million Twitter Google+ Reddit Email Typo? More The most expensive property on the...

Premier Clark announces upcoming changes to the public service

Premier Christy Clark announced upcoming changes to key positions in the BC Public Service: After 27 years of serving the Province, John Dyble, deputy minister...

2016 speech from the Throne outlines government’s economic agenda

"Steadfast. Resilient. And the courage to get to yes," - The Honourable Judith Guichon, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, Throne Speech 2016. Her Honour,...

Extension provided for Emergency Program Act review

VICTORIA - The opportunity to provide input into the future of the Emergency Program Act (EPA) has been extended until April 22, 2016, to allow...

College to have more tools to protect pharmacy patients

VICTORIA - British Columbia has introduced amendments to the Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act, which will give the College of Pharmacists of B.C. greater ability...

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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...