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Premier Christy Clark ready to impose thermal coal levy

MERRITT— Today at NMV Lumber, Premier Christy Clark announced the measures she will take if necessary to stop the shipment of thermal coal through...

Surrey man in life threatening condition after being struck by car

A pedestrian is in life threatening condition after being hit by a car in the 7000 block of 138 Street in Surrey Sunday night. Surrey RCMP...

IHIT investigating after early morning stabbing – Charge Approval against Gurtarn “Tarn” SANDHU

Surrey: On Sunday March 26, 2017 just after 6:00 a.m. the Surrey RCMP responded to a report of a stabbing in the 17000 block...

Victim of fatal shooting in Abbotsford was associate of two men previously gunned down

by Vikki Hopes - Abbotsford News The Abbotsford News has learned that the victim of the fatal shooting Friday afternoon on Chase Street is Jaskarn...

Abbotsford Police Department and MedicAlert Foundation Canada announce partnership

The Abbotsford Police Department and MedicAlert Foundation Canada, have established a new partnership to ensure those with autism, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or a cognitive brain...

Tax Tips to Help and Tax Scams to Avoid

Vancouver, BC - Tax season is here and BBB offers plenty of tips to help you find a trust tax preparer and to potentially...

Empowerment, insight and connection at FREE Women’s conference

Vancouver, -    In honour of International Women's Day,  Vancouver-area women of all backgrounds are invited to take part in a special, free women's event...

BC Liberal govt’s announcement about ‘modernizing’ B.C. taxi industry

British Columbia plans to introduce a series of improvements to help the taxi industry modernize and remain competitive in anticipation of ride-sharing services coming...

Port Mann Bridge won’t break even until 2025

ROB SHAW (Vancouver Sun) VICTORIA — The money-losing Port Mann Bridge won’t start turning a profit until 2025 — eight years behind its original schedule,...

B.C. Mountie exonerated in brief conference call, cleared to return to duty

BY DAN FUMANO After more than 40 months of paid suspension, a B.C. Mountie was exonerated Tuesday in a swift two-minute phone call. It’s the latest...

TransLink finalizes sale of Oakridge Transit Centre lands for $440 million

This is an aerial view from Google Maps/Earth of the Oakridge Transit Centre located at 949 West 41st Avenue, east of Oak Street. The...

B.C. man who scammed three with sham stock scheme banned from trading

BY BETHANY LINDSAY Vancouver sun Ayaz Dhanani, shown here in a Facebook photo, is in court this week to face criminal charges of fraud and theft,...

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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...