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Man not criminally responsible for fatal shooting, assault, in Salmon Arm, B.C.

Man not criminally responsible for fatal shooting, assault, in Salmon Arm, B.C.

SALMON ARM , B.C. — A man accused in a deadly shooting and aggravated assault last year in a church in British Columbia's southern Interior has been found not criminally responsible for the attacks. A judge-alone trial in B.C.
Vancouver police say charge laid after attack on Asian senior with dementia

Vancouver police say charge laid after attack on Asian senior with dementia

VANCOUVER — A charge has been laid in an alleged attack on a Vancouver senior with dementia after police said they were investigating a hate crime.
Vancouver council's call to ban 'street checks' rests with police board

Vancouver council's call to ban 'street checks' rests with police board

Vancouver council was unanimous Wednesday in move to ban police street checks of citizens
B.C. Premier disappointed by large gatherings: 'Come on, you're better than that'

B.C. Premier disappointed by large gatherings: 'Come on, you're better than that'

“We’re only going to be able to defeat this if we do it together,” said Horgan. “The challenge ahead of us is enormous.”
B.C. hotels could pivot to affordable multi-family rental housing

B.C. hotels could pivot to affordable multi-family rental housing

A plunge in revenue could be a window of opportunity for some hotels in Vancouver and across the province
Prince Rupert port recognizes sustainable shipping

Prince Rupert port recognizes sustainable shipping

Vessels scored on air emission control and underwater noise reduction
Vancouver votes to halt police street checks, but police board has final say

Vancouver votes to halt police street checks, but police board has final say

VANCOUVER — Councillors in Vancouver have voted unanimously to ban officers from conducting street checks, the process of arbitrarily demanding and recording identification, outside of a police investigation.
Elderly couple found dead after fire destroys home in Surrey, B.C.

Elderly couple found dead after fire destroys home in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Two people have died in a house fire in B.C.'s Lower Mainland. Surrey Fire Service assistant chief Steve Serbic says crews were called just after 4:30 a.m. An elderly man and woman were pulled from the home a short time later.
Coquitlam teen Andrew Teel is an example of the power of love and hope in changing one’s destiny

Coquitlam teen Andrew Teel is an example of the power of love and hope in changing one’s destiny

Andrew Teel is the 2020 Courage to Come Back award recipient in the Youth category.
B.C. woman who travelled to Calgary gets nasty note, car egged

B.C. woman who travelled to Calgary gets nasty note, car egged

"It was very clear that this was because I had a B.C. license plate in a residential area of Calgary,"