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Notorious northern B.C. animal abuser found guilty of breaching probation

Notorious northern B.C. animal abuser found guilty of breaching probation

Catherine Adams is scheduled to be back in court this fall for a pre-sentence report

Additional charging stations in B.C. add range for eco-friendly vehicles

VICTORIA — British Columbia is making it easier to explore the province in eco-friendly electric vehicles. The Ministry of Transportation says 12 vehicle charging sites have been completed and more are on the way.
Charges up for consideration against a Prince George RCMP officer

Charges up for consideration against a Prince George RCMP officer

B.C.’s police watchdog has filed its review to provincial Prosecution Service

B.C.'s Haig-Brown Conservation Award goes to Calgary resident Eric Hobson

VANCOUVER — A Calgary man is the recipient of a high-profile conservation award in British Columbia. Eric Hobson has received the 2018 Haig-Brown Conservation Award, named after author, angler, conservationist, and magistrate, Roderick Haig-Brown. B.

Mall evacuated, police arrest suspect after report of youth with gun

NANAIMO, B.C. — RCMP say a male suspect has been arrested after a report that a youth was allegedly seen with a gun in a mall in British Columbia. Sgt. Jon Stuart says Woodgrove Mall in Nanaimo was evacuated late Monday following the reports.

Second-degree murder charge laid against Surrey, B.C., man in February slaying

SURREY, B.C. — Homicide investigators in Surrey, B.C., say a murder charge has been laid in connection with a slaying earlier this year.
Teams from India, Croatia, Canada set to wow fireworks fans in Vancouver

Teams from India, Croatia, Canada set to wow fireworks fans in Vancouver

Vancouver's 29th annual fireworks extravaganza is set to showcase the pyrotechnical skills of India, Croatia and Canada as the three countries light up the sky this summer.

Vancouver holds latest round of consultations for Broadway subway expansion

Vancouver has launched the latest round of public consultations for the Broadway subway expansion, with open houses in the Kitsilano and Mount Pleasant neighbourhoods happening this week.

Focus shifts to recovery as Chilcotin flood waters recede, says regional district

VANCOUVER — The Cariboo Regional District says its emergency operations centre is turning its focus to recovery efforts as waters recede from a massive flood.
Vancouver’s Totoro-themed cat cafe opening later this month

Vancouver’s Totoro-themed cat cafe opening later this month

Catoro Café announces July 29 opening date