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Teen badly hurt in crash after ignoring order to stop, say Abbotsford, B.C., police

Teen badly hurt in crash after ignoring order to stop, say Abbotsford, B.C., police

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — An 18-year-old woman has been critically hurt after police in Abbotsford, B.C., say a car crashed seconds after ignoring an order to pull over.
B.C. woman receives hand-written apology after her garden was raided

B.C. woman receives hand-written apology after her garden was raided

If April showers beget May flowers, what kind of weather do you have to get for apologetic letters?
'This ain’t right': How rising rents and expiring leases are squeezing B.C.'s co-op housing

'This ain’t right': How rising rents and expiring leases are squeezing B.C.'s co-op housing

In one Coquitlam co-op, a subsidy gap is leading to a massive $300 increase in rent this month; in a co-op 500 metres away, a lease set to expire in 2022 is threatening the very existence of 300 people's homes in a trend experts say will only grow over the coming year
Police say teen has critical injuries in Vancouver stabbing

Police say teen has critical injuries in Vancouver stabbing

VANCOUVER — A teenager has been critically hurt in fight in Vancouver. Police say they responded to a 911 call on Saturday afternoon to the city's west side. They say there was an altercation between a group of young people at a local park.
Charges laid in targeted killing in busy Vancouver neighbourhood: police

Charges laid in targeted killing in busy Vancouver neighbourhood: police

VANCOUVER — A first-degree murder charge has been laid in what Vancouver police say was a "shocking and unnerving" shooting in a busy city neighbourhood last week. The victim, 31-year-old Harpreet Singh Dhaliwal of Abbotsford, B.C.
Former cabinet minister says B.C. Liberal government took money laundering seriously

Former cabinet minister says B.C. Liberal government took money laundering seriously

VANCOUVER — A former finance minister says generating higher gaming revenues at the British Columbia Lottery Corp. did not take priority ahead of concerns about money laundering at provincial casinos.
Here's why civil rights and Indigenous groups are worried about the new B.C. travel order

Here's why civil rights and Indigenous groups are worried about the new B.C. travel order

"Farnworth said that he met with racialized groups yesterday. That’s a very vague assertion. Who did he meet with?"
New B.C. travel restrictions face instant backlash, call for clarity

New B.C. travel restrictions face instant backlash, call for clarity

A lack of details has left civil rights and Indigenous rights groups, along with police, concerned.
People are calling 911 to ask questions about B.C.'s new travel restrictions

People are calling 911 to ask questions about B.C.'s new travel restrictions

'Remember: 911 is for emergencies only'
This map shows where the COVID-19 hotspots are in B.C. (MAP)

This map shows where the COVID-19 hotspots are in B.C. (MAP)

The BCCDC provides an update in the wake of surging cases of COVID-19.