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Drug trafficker tests B.C.’s civil forfeiture regime

Drug trafficker tests B.C.’s civil forfeiture regime

Stephen Hai Peng Chen is seeking police investigation documents that the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office is calling a ‘fishing expedition’
COVID-19 'levelling' but at a high plateau

COVID-19 'levelling' but at a high plateau

1,667 new cases of COVID-19 infection and 41 new deaths in B.C. over the last three days, provincial health officer Bonnie Henry says
B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll continues to rise, with 11 people passing away in past day

B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll continues to rise, with 11 people passing away in past day

Health Minister releases latest data on Twitter before official government release
Vancouver sees three homicides in 12 days

Vancouver sees three homicides in 12 days

Number of murders reach 19 this year, almost doubling last year’s death toll
B.C. sets new record for people actively infected with COVID-19

B.C. sets new record for people actively infected with COVID-19

New infections rise to 737 – the highest number since December 2
VPD tales of increasing crime contrary to department statistics

VPD tales of increasing crime contrary to department statistics

“Police definitely had a campaign to keep from getting a budget cut,” said Vancouver Coun. Jean Swanson
Surrey police board member’s father is former Hells Angel

Surrey police board member’s father is former Hells Angel

Semiahmoo First Nations chief Harley Chappell says childhood past – including his father being a former member of the Hells Angels – does not define him
Surrey hikes taxes 10.7% in controversial city budget

Surrey hikes taxes 10.7% in controversial city budget

Councillors square off at Surrey City Council over defining the precise nature of the municipal tax increases
Map: Today's COVID-19 cases in Canada

Map: Today's COVID-19 cases in Canada

Robert Huynh/Glacier Media Digital
Concord Pacific doubles down in Surrey's downtown core

Concord Pacific doubles down in Surrey's downtown core

Added density prompts questions about school capacity in a district already beleaguered by portables