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Fresh manure dumped at B.C. premier's community office, police say

Fresh manure dumped at B.C. premier's community office, police say

LANGFORD, B.C. — Police say they are investigating manure left at the front doors of Premier John Horgan's local constituency office in Langford, B.C.
B.C. documents outline case to build new provincial museum in Victoria at $800M cost

B.C. documents outline case to build new provincial museum in Victoria at $800M cost

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government chose to replace the Royal B.C.
Cold case involving alleged sexual offender a worry, says expert

Cold case involving alleged sexual offender a worry, says expert

Vernon Martin remains missing 12 years after spectacular fire
Violent Seawalk assault on stranger won't net criminal record

Violent Seawalk assault on stranger won't net criminal record

Attacker was suffering mental illness at the time of violent public beating in West Vancouver
TransLink says ridership recovery outpacing other North American systems

TransLink says ridership recovery outpacing other North American systems

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — Metro Vancouver's transportation authority says its recovery of ridership that plummeted during the pandemic has been stronger than many other North American transit networks, but still hasn't rebounded entirely.
Accused Vancouver gangland killer’s case moves to B.C. Supreme Court

Accused Vancouver gangland killer’s case moves to B.C. Supreme Court

Alleged gangster Francois Joseph Gauthier is charged with first-degree murder in the April 2021 shooting of a reputed gang member outside a popular Vancouver restaurant
Early morning shooting in Maple Ridge leaves one person injured

Early morning shooting in Maple Ridge leaves one person injured

Police are looking to speak to anyone with information
Squamish Nation signs MOU service deal with Vancouver for 11-tower Senakw development

Squamish Nation signs MOU service deal with Vancouver for 11-tower Senakw development

The service agreement, designed to provide utilities from the city to the First Nation development, will sit in escrow until details are finalized.
92-year-old senior assaulted by stranger on West Van Seawalk

92-year-old senior assaulted by stranger on West Van Seawalk

A 52-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with assault
Canadian parents warned amid specialised baby formula shortage. What you need to know

Canadian parents warned amid specialised baby formula shortage. What you need to know

The closure of a large production facility in the U.S. has caused a massive shortfall in Canada of infant formula for babies with food allergies and medical conditions