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Traffic mayhem, power outages, plane off taxiway as snow hits B.C. south coast

Traffic mayhem, power outages, plane off taxiway as snow hits B.C. south coast

VANCOUVER — The first major fall snowstorm to hit British Columbia's south coast paralyzed traffic, cut power to thousands of homes and even affected Vancouver International Airport as a plane skidded off a taxiway.
Judge tosses COVID restriction tickets against Prince George night club

Judge tosses COVID restriction tickets against Prince George night club

B.C. Human Rights Code trumps Public Health Act, counsel for night spot argued
Surrey police decision to fall on B.C. government

Surrey police decision to fall on B.C. government

Surrey Mayor Brenda Locke is spearheading a police re-transition plan to rid the city of the nascent Surrey Police Service.

UN declaration is focus of government, First Nations meetings in B.C.: grand chief

VANCOUVER — Health care, homelessness, land and resources are among the key topics to be discussed at meetings between British Columbia cabinet ministers and representatives from more than 200 First Nations organizations.
The pandemic economy’s big profit parade

The pandemic economy’s big profit parade

Canadian corporate profits hit a record high of $515 billion in 2021
Driver sentenced to 90 days jail for fatal hit-and-run in 2019

Driver sentenced to 90 days jail for fatal hit-and-run in 2019

'We’re glad that this is finally coming to an end and we have a little bit of closure'
Man nets $18K fine for prawn fishing in Howe Sound glass sponge reef area

Man nets $18K fine for prawn fishing in Howe Sound glass sponge reef area

Flouting rules for recreational fishing can result in environmental damage, judge says
Vancouver trustees reinstate police liaison program in city's public schools

Vancouver trustees reinstate police liaison program in city's public schools

VANCOUVER — School trustees in Vancouver have resurrected a program that assigns police to public schools, with the intention to have officers on campuses by next September.

Storm brings arctic chill, heavy snow and punishing winds to parts of coastal B.C.

VANCOUVER — Snowfall, winter storm and arctic outflow warnings now cover most of coastal British Columbia from Terrace south to Metro Vancouver as a powerful storm packing frigid winds is forecast to bring heavy snow to those regions.
Abbotsford police investigating incident after cop caught on camera punching man

Abbotsford police investigating incident after cop caught on camera punching man

The incident took place after an Offspring concert on Saturday night.
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