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The Globe and Mail
Ontario government to unveil strategy to tackle human traffickingThis story is part of an ongoing Globe and Mail investigation into the hundreds
Ontario government to unveil strategy to tackle human trafficking
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
This story is part of an ongoing Globe and Mail investigation into the hundreds of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada The Ontario government will unveil a strategy in June to combat human trafficking, and while it will not focus solely... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
NStQ treaty referendum vote halted Thursday at Sugar CaneReferendum voting on the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council (NStQ) treaty process
NStQ treaty referendum vote halted Thursday at Sugar Cane
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
Referendum voting on the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council (NStQ) treaty process was halted at Sugar Cane Reserve Thursday due to aggressive protesters. Some time around noon a Williams Lake Indian Band member entered the polling station inside the... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Mountie found not guilty of fabricating evidenceA Spirit River RCMP officer has been found not guilty of fabricating evidence i
Mountie found not guilty of fabricating evidence
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 16 hours ago
A Spirit River RCMP officer has been found not guilty of fabricating evidence in relation to a 2012 incident. Const. Matthew Slipp, 27, was found not guilty of intent to mislead and perjury after the judge in the case found testimony from other... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
When the trail goes coldNine lives lost somewhere in limbo, nine stories left untold and nine families
When the trail goes cold
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
Nine lives lost somewhere in limbo, nine stories left untold and nine families left with many unanswered questions. Since 1993, nine people from Grande Prairie have disappeared without a trace, the leads for their cases long gone cold but their... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack RCMP seek man missing from Lindell Beach areaPolice officers and Chilliwack Search and Rescue members were at the south end
Chilliwack RCMP seek man missing from Lindell Beach area
BC Local News / Posted 17 hours ago
Police officers and Chilliwack Search and Rescue members were at the south end of Cultus Lake Thursday looking for a missing 83-year-old man. Chilliwack RCMP is asking for help from the public in locating Melville Donald McLean, 83, of Lindell... Read more
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BC Local News
Woman attacked while walking her dog; shares concernsA woman is recovering from bruises to her head and a black eye after she was at
Woman attacked while walking her dog; shares concerns
BC Local News / Posted 17 hours ago
A woman is recovering from bruises to her head and a black eye after she was attacked while walking her dog Wednesday evening. The 30 year old said she was walking her dog on Second Avenue in front of the Child Development Centre daycare at about... Read more
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BC Local News
Summerland woman dies in collisionPolice and the B.C. Coroner’s Service continue to investigate the serious crash
Summerland woman dies in collision
BC Local News / Posted 17 hours ago
Police and the B.C. Coroner’s Service continue to investigate the serious crash which turned fatal, as well as footage obtained by a passerby’s dashboard camera capturing the collision as it happened. On Feb. 3 around 3 p.m., West Kelowna RCMP... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Project aimed at protecting propertiesA large scale fire landscape management pilot project is underway in the Caribo
Project aimed at protecting properties
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
A large scale fire landscape management pilot project is underway in the Cariboo-Chilcotin. “It’s a strategic plan that looks across the land base of the Cariboo to put in large scale fuel management breaks into the biozone to protect it,” said... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Policing audit recommends strategies for cityThere’s room for improvement in the way the City of Williams Lake manages and u
Policing audit recommends strategies for city
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
There’s room for improvement in the way the City of Williams Lake manages and utilizes its policing agreement says a performance audit released by the Auditor General for Local Government this week. “We found a few areas where the city lacked... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Summerland woman dies in collisionPolice and the B.C. Coroner’s Service continue to investigate the serious crash
Summerland woman dies in collision
Penticton Western News / Posted 17 hours ago
Police and the B.C. Coroner’s Service continue to investigate the serious crash which turned fatal, as well as footage obtained by a passerby’s dashboard camera capturing the collision as it happened. On Feb. 3 around 3 p.m., West Kelowna RCMP... Read more
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CBC.ca
La Loche, Sask., shooting victim released from Saskatoon hospitalOne of the four surviving victims of a deadly school shooting in La Loche, Sask
La Loche, Sask., shooting victim released from Saskatoon hospital
CBC.ca / Posted 18 hours ago
One of the four surviving victims of a deadly school shooting in La Loche, Sask., nearly three weeks ago has been released from a Saskatoon hospital, CBC News has learned. The Saskatchewan Premier's Office confirmed the release Thursday morning. La... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Pot Alberni: breaking ground or breaking rules?The number of marijuana dispensaries in Port Alberni has increased to seven sin
Pot Alberni: breaking ground or breaking rules?
Alberni Valley News / Posted 18 hours ago
The number of marijuana dispensaries in Port Alberni has increased to seven since Justin Trudeau was sworn in as prime minister last November. Trudeau was elected, in part, on a promise to legalize marijuana. “We will legalize, regulate, and... Read more
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BC Local News
Taxi company says city treats drivers like criminalsTaxi drivers are being “treated like criminals” and it’s forcing one taxi compa
Taxi company says city treats drivers like criminals
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
Taxi drivers are being “treated like criminals” and it’s forcing one taxi company to hire inadequate employees, according to the president of Bee-Line Taxi. Ray Lustig told city council that his taxi company, Bee-Line Taxi, has had difficulty hiring... Read more
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BC Local News
Waste companies will have 12 days to remove graffiti from dumpsters in Campbell RiverCity council has narrowly defeated a proposal to extend the deadline for waste
Waste companies will have 12 days to remove graffiti from dumpsters in Campbell River
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
City council has narrowly defeated a proposal to extend the deadline for waste companies to remove graffiti from their dumpsters. At its Tuesday meeting, council, in a 4-3 vote, rejected giving waste disposal companies 15 days instead of 12 to clean... Read more
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BC Local News
‘Fraudulent love’ targeted by Peninsula policePolice on the Semiahmoo Peninsula are advising residents to be wary of those wh
‘Fraudulent love’ targeted by Peninsula police
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
Police on the Semiahmoo Peninsula are advising residents to be wary of those who play on people’s need for companionship this time of year, citing one incident in which a woman lost “a couple hundred thousand dollars.” “This one was particularly... Read more
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BC Local News
'Unruly' patient threatens hospital staffA report of "a patient causing some issues and making threats" to health-care s
'Unruly' patient threatens hospital staff
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
A report of "a patient causing some issues and making threats" to health-care staff sent police racing to Peace Arch Hospital Wednesday. White Rock RCMP Sgt. Joel Glen said officers responded with "lights and sirens" to the hospital around noon Feb.... Read more
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BC Local News
Pot Alberni: breaking ground or breaking rules?The number of marijuana dispensaries in Port Alberni has increased to seven sin
Pot Alberni: breaking ground or breaking rules?
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
The number of marijuana dispensaries in Port Alberni has increased to seven since Justin Trudeau was sworn in as prime minister last November. Trudeau was elected, in part, on a promise to legalize marijuana. “We will legalize, regulate, and... Read more
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BC Local News
Car careens over sidewalk, lands on its sideOn February 11, at 11:02 a.m., the Kelowna RCMP responded to a chain reaction c
Car careens over sidewalk, lands on its side
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
On February 11, at 11:02 a.m., the Kelowna RCMP responded to a chain reaction collision, involving a total of four vehicles, at the intersection of Lawrence Avenue and Ellis Street in Kelowna’s downtown. Police determined that a white Toyota Rav4... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Taxi company says city treats drivers like criminalsTaxi drivers are being “treated like criminals” and it’s forcing one taxi compa
Taxi company says city treats drivers like criminals
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 18 hours ago
Taxi drivers are being “treated like criminals” and it’s forcing one taxi company to hire inadequate employees, according to the president of Bee-Line Taxi. Ray Lustig told city council that his taxi company, Bee-Line Taxi, has had difficulty hiring... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Waste companies will have 12 days to remove graffiti from dumpsters in Campbell RiverCity council has narrowly defeated a proposal to extend the deadline for waste
Waste companies will have 12 days to remove graffiti from dumpsters in Campbell River
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 18 hours ago
City council has narrowly defeated a proposal to extend the deadline for waste companies to remove graffiti from their dumpsters. At its Tuesday meeting, council, in a 4-3 vote, rejected giving waste disposal companies 15 days instead of 12 to clean... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
White Cane leads visually impaired out of the darkTony Reeve watches as his fellow residents take up a game of pool in the lounge
White Cane leads visually impaired out of the dark
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 18 hours ago
Tony Reeve watches as his fellow residents take up a game of pool in the lounge area of Berwick seniors home. “I can’t play pool,” he says. He also can’t read a book, dial a phone or do his laundry if someone has moved the knob on the washing... Read more
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Peace Arch News
'Unruly' patient threatens hospital staffA report of "a patient causing some issues and making threats" to health-care s
'Unruly' patient threatens hospital staff
Peace Arch News / Posted 18 hours ago
A report of "a patient causing some issues and making threats" to health-care staff sent police racing to Peace Arch Hospital Wednesday. White Rock RCMP Sgt. Joel Glen said officers responded with "lights and sirens" to the hospital around noon Feb.... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Car careens over sidewalk, lands on its sideOn February 11, at 11:02 a.m., the Kelowna RCMP responded to a chain reaction c
Car careens over sidewalk, lands on its side
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 19 hours ago
On February 11, at 11:02 a.m., the Kelowna RCMP responded to a chain reaction collision, involving a total of four vehicles, at the intersection of Lawrence Avenue and Ellis Street in Kelowna’s downtown. Police determined that a white Toyota Rav4... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
JPII not at risk from online threat by studentFort Saskatchewan RCMP is investigating threats made against St. John Paul II b
JPII not at risk from online threat by student
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 19 hours ago
Fort Saskatchewan RCMP is investigating threats made against St. John Paul II by a current high school student in the late evening hours of Wednesday. Local police received a call from a school parent stating ‘suspicious comments’ were made by a... Read more
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BC Local News
Police search for missing manThe RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald
Police search for missing man
BC Local News / Posted 19 hours ago
The RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald McLean. The Lindell Beach resident was last seen at 11:45 a.m. on Feb. 10. A family member saw him in the 1900 block of Columbia Valley Road. He is described as a... Read more
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BC Local News
Stolen vehicle recovered with deceased male insideThe Comox Valley RCMP investigation into the theft of a vehicle taken from Star
Stolen vehicle recovered with deceased male inside
BC Local News / Posted 19 hours ago
The Comox Valley RCMP investigation into the theft of a vehicle taken from Starbucks on Cliffe Ave. in Courtenay on Feb. 10 has taken a tragic turn. The vehicle, a blue 2013 Mazda CX5, was left running outside the coffee shop, but the key fob was... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Police search for missing manThe RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald
Police search for missing man
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 19 hours ago
The RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald McLean. The Lindell Beach resident was last seen at 11:45 a.m. on Feb. 10. A family member saw him in the 1900 block of Columbia Valley Road. He is described as a... Read more
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Peace Arch News
‘Fraudulent love’ targeted by Peninsula policePolice on the Semiahmoo Peninsula are advising residents to be wary of those wh
‘Fraudulent love’ targeted by Peninsula police
Peace Arch News / Posted 19 hours ago
Police on the Semiahmoo Peninsula are advising residents to be wary of those who play on people’s need for companionship this time of year, citing one incident in which a woman lost “a couple hundred thousand dollars.” “This one was particularly... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Surrey robbery suspect soughtSurrey RCMP are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect in a corner
Surrey robbery suspect sought
Surrey Leader / Posted 20 hours ago
Surrey RCMP are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect in a corner store robbery late last year. Police say a man and woman entered a store near 100 Avenue and 117 Street on Dec. 23. They arrived in a dark-coloured Mercedes GL350 SUV and... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey robbery suspect soughtSurrey RCMP are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect in a corner
Surrey robbery suspect sought
BC Local News / Posted 20 hours ago
Surrey RCMP are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect in a corner store robbery late last year. Police say a man and woman entered a store near 100 Avenue and 117 Street on Dec. 23. They arrived in a dark-coloured Mercedes GL350 SUV and... Read more
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BC Local News
Crash rattles homes in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhoodHomeowners in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhood felt a big bump in the night
Crash rattles homes in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhood
BC Local News / Posted 20 hours ago
Homeowners in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhood felt a big bump in the night after a car went out of control Wednesday. The incident, involving a black Mazda car driven by a woman in her 40s, happened at about 10:30 p.m. According to witnesses,... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Stolen vehicle recovered with deceased male insideThe Comox Valley RCMP investigation into the theft of a vehicle taken from Star
Stolen vehicle recovered with deceased male inside
Comox Valley Record / Posted 20 hours ago
The Comox Valley RCMP investigation into the theft of a vehicle taken from Starbucks on Cliffe Ave. in Courtenay on Feb. 10 has taken a tragic turn. The vehicle, a blue 2013 Mazda CX5, was left running outside the coffee shop, but the key fob was... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Crash rattles homes in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhoodHomeowners in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhood felt a big bump in the night
Crash rattles homes in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhood
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 20 hours ago
Homeowners in Nanaimo's Hammond Bay neighbourhood felt a big bump in the night after a car went out of control Wednesday. The incident, involving a black Mazda car driven by a woman in her 40s, happened at about 10:30 p.m. According to witnesses,... Read more
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BC Local News
Thefts from unlocked vehicles serve as reminder to ownersWest Shore RCMP are reminding residents to lock their vehicles, put away valuab
Thefts from unlocked vehicles serve as reminder to owners
BC Local News / Posted 21 hours ago
West Shore RCMP are reminding residents to lock their vehicles, put away valuable items and park in well-lit areas after a rash of thefts from vehicles last week. The majority of those took place at night and for the most part, the targeted vehicles... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Grey seal pup hit by vehicle in Nova Scotia, being treated for injuriesSEAFORTH, N.S. -- A grey seal pup that was hit by a vehicle on a Nova Scotia ro
Grey seal pup hit by vehicle in Nova Scotia, being treated for injuries
Calgary Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
SEAFORTH, N.S. -- A grey seal pup that was hit by a vehicle on a Nova Scotia road is being treated for serious injuries at a wildlife centre. The injured seal arrived at Hope for Wildlife in Seaforth early Thursday afternoon after spending the night... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Thefts from unlocked vehicles serve as reminder to ownersWest Shore RCMP are reminding residents to lock their vehicles, put away valuab
Thefts from unlocked vehicles serve as reminder to owners
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
West Shore RCMP are reminding residents to lock their vehicles, put away valuable items and park in well-lit areas after a rash of thefts from vehicles last week. The majority of those took place at night and for the most part, the targeted vehicles... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
West Shore News Through the Decades, week of Feb. 12The Continued creep of the Colwood Crawl, construction blasts that shot rocks t
West Shore News Through the Decades, week of Feb. 12
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
The Continued creep of the Colwood Crawl, construction blasts that shot rocks through a duplex, a caretaker facing gun charges, and a Langford company being fined for discharging inadequately treated sewage are among the headlines pulled from past... Read more
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Airdrie Echo
Canadians warned of CRA scamCanadians are being warned about scammers impersonating Canada Revenue Agency (
Canadians warned of CRA scam
Airdrie Echo / Posted 22 hours ago
Canadians are being warned about scammers impersonating Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) employees. According to a release issued by RCMP headquarters in Ottawa, taxpayers across the country have received the calls or emails in which victims are told... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
County FCS gets funding approvalStrathcona County Family and Community Services (FCS) are creating two new gran
County FCS gets funding approval
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 22 hours ago
Strathcona County Family and Community Services (FCS) are creating two new grant-funded job positions and a grant program for residents to apply to. FCS presented to county council on Feb. 2 to seek approval of an additional operating expenditure of... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
RCMP auxiliary officers off dutyThe roles of RCMP auxiliary constables are changing in response to shootings.
RCMP auxiliary officers off duty
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 22 hours ago
The roles of RCMP auxiliary constables are changing in response to shootings. RCMP auxiliary officers used to be able to ride along with regular constables on patrol, but that policy has been discontinued as a result of the October 2014 Parliament... Read more
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BC Local News
Lockdown lifted at Langley Fine Arts ElementaryFilming in Fort Langley caused a Code Yellow lockdown at Langley Fine Arts Elem
Lockdown lifted at Langley Fine Arts Elementary
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
Filming in Fort Langley caused a Code Yellow lockdown at Langley Fine Arts Elementary on Thursday morning. The school was locked down around 10:15 a.m. after sounds of gun shots outside the school, said Langley School District spokesperson Ken... Read more
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BC Local News
Couple fend off daytime intruderWilliams Lake RCMP are warning lakecity residents to be vigilant after a couple
Couple fend off daytime intruder
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
Williams Lake RCMP are warning lakecity residents to be vigilant after a couple with a one-year-old child had to fend off an armed intruder in their home Wednesday. "It's very concerning," said Staff Sgt. Del Byron of the incident, which occurred at... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Couple fend off daytime intruderWilliams Lake RCMP are warning lakecity residents to be vigilant after a couple
Couple fend off daytime intruder
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
Williams Lake RCMP are warning lakecity residents to be vigilant after a couple with a one-year-old child had to fend off an armed intruder in their home Wednesday. "It's very concerning," said Staff Sgt. Del Byron of the incident, which occurred at... Read more
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Langley Times
Lockdown lifted at Langley Fine Arts ElementaryFilming in Fort Langley caused a Code Yellow lockdown at Langley Fine Arts Elem
Lockdown lifted at Langley Fine Arts Elementary
Langley Times / Posted 22 hours ago
Filming in Fort Langley caused a Code Yellow lockdown at Langley Fine Arts Elementary on Thursday morning. The school was locked down around 10:15 a.m. after sounds of gun shots outside the school, said Langley School District spokesperson Ken... Read more
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Surrey Leader
RCMP safety meetings planned in SurreyAre you wondering how you can work with police to make your neighbourhood safer
RCMP safety meetings planned in Surrey
Surrey Leader / Posted 23 hours ago
Are you wondering how you can work with police to make your neighbourhood safer? There are many things that residents can do to collectively improve the safety of their neighbourhood. Surrey RCMP Neighbourhood Safety Meetings planned over the next... Read more
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BC Local News
PUBLIC ON PATROL: Surrey's 'ultimate volunteers’ face big changesAUXILIARY CONSTABLES: RCMP's volunteer cop program in transition over safety co
PUBLIC ON PATROL: Surrey's 'ultimate volunteers’ face big changes
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
AUXILIARY CONSTABLES: RCMP's volunteer cop program in transition over safety concerns. SECOND IN A SERIES: As news surrounding Surrey’s RCMP dominates headlines, we look at different ways residents are helping make our city safer. Click here to read... Read more
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BC Local News
Fatal fire at pool houseOne man is dead after a fire destroyed a pool house at a single family residenc
Fatal fire at pool house
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
One man is dead after a fire destroyed a pool house at a single family residence on 76B Crescent near 227 Crescent Wednesday night. Township fire crews were called out at 9:45 p.m. on Feb. 10, and arrived to find a detached pool house completely... Read more
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BC Local News
Many aid Langley family of drowned childVelissa Johnson loved pretending to talk on her play phone and with eight older
Many aid Langley family of drowned child
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
Velissa Johnson loved pretending to talk on her play phone and with eight older siblings always had someone to play with. The big spirit of the two-and-a-half year old Langley girl is gone. The small girl was found dead on the evening of Feb. 6... Read more
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BC Local News
More Surreyites reporting assaults results in statistic increase in cases, top cop saysSURREY — The city's top cop says he believes a statistical increase in assaults
More Surreyites reporting assaults results in statistic increase in cases, top cop says
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
SURREY — The city's top cop says he believes a statistical increase in assaults in Surrey might be due to more victims reporting crimes. Last year Surrey recorded 3,530 assaults, a 19 per cent increase over the 2,972 assaults recorded in 2014. The... Read more
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BC Local News
Ucluelet's council supports later liquor service at Howler'sUcluelet’s municipal council is backing a local restaurant’s bid to extend its
Ucluelet's council supports later liquor service at Howler's
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
Ucluelet’s municipal council is backing a local restaurant’s bid to extend its liquor service and allow patrons to dance and sing karaoke. Howler’s Family Restaurant has submitted an application to BC’s Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (LCB) to... Read more
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