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Police investigating report of daytime shooting in Langley

Police investigating report of daytime shooting in Langley

Police are looking to speak with witnesses or anyone who has dash-camera footage.
What are the Canucks’ best defence pairings for the playoffs?

What are the Canucks’ best defence pairings for the playoffs?

The Vancouver Canucks have one set defence pairing: Quinn Hughes and Filip Hronek. But what are the ideal pairings behind them?
B.C. man accused in 2018 stabbing death to have bail hearing

B.C. man accused in 2018 stabbing death to have bail hearing

Abeal Negussie Abera was rushed to hospital in critical condition and died a week later.
Trudeau’s staff on Vancouver Chinese consulate allegations: ‘Bragging is not doing’

Trudeau’s staff on Vancouver Chinese consulate allegations: ‘Bragging is not doing’

'It seemed improbable that the Chinese government would have a preference' for a Canadian government, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the foreign interference commission
B.C. police watchdog suggests charges against RCMP officers

B.C. police watchdog suggests charges against RCMP officers

The Independent Investigations Office of BC has recommended two North Okanagan Vernon RCMP officers may have committed offences after a man was seriously injured while being arrested.
Popular B.C. burger bar fined $7,000 for serving minor

Popular B.C. burger bar fined $7,000 for serving minor

The fine decision said ID training policies at Port Moody's Romer's Burger Bar were confusing and staff inadequately trained to assess customers.
Punk rock drummer Jon Card dead at 63, played with SNFU, D.O.A. and the Subhumans

Punk rock drummer Jon Card dead at 63, played with SNFU, D.O.A. and the Subhumans

VANCOUVER — Drummer Jon Card, who played stints with Canadian punk rockers D.O.A., SNFU, The Subhumans and Personality Crisis, has died at the age of 63 in Vancouver.
B.C. snowpack lowest in 50 years

B.C. snowpack lowest in 50 years

The snowpack is averaging 63 per cent of normal across the province as of April 1 — the lowest average since 1970. The data comes as the Ottawa warns of a potentially devastating wildfire season.
B.C. man acquitted in red light crash that killed baby

B.C. man acquitted in red light crash that killed baby

Seyed Ramin Moshfeghi Zadeh, who ran a red light, was charged with dangerous driving causing death and dangerous driving causing bodily harm. 
B.C. building code changes allow for higher mass timber buildings

B.C. building code changes allow for higher mass timber buildings

New mass timber buildings in B.C. can now reach up to 18 storeys for residential and office towers