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Man accused of killing B.C. student is psychotic, delusional, doctor tells court

Man accused of killing B.C. student is psychotic, delusional, doctor tells court

Photo IHIT A psychiatrist treating a man accused of stabbing two girls at an Abbotsford, B.C., high school says he believes his patient has schizophrenia, is psychotic and experiencing delusions. Dr. Marcel Hediger told a B.C.
Try axe throwing for free at an open house this Monday

Try axe throwing for free at an open house this Monday

Photo Forged Axe Throwing There's a new reason to visit Whistler this spring and it involves competitive axe throwing. Forged Axe Throwing co-founder James Anderson says they are hosting a free open house on Monday April 23 at 7 p.m.
Pipes arrive at Kinder Morgan facility in New West

Pipes arrive at Kinder Morgan facility in New West

Truckloads of pipes arrive at Kinder Morgan’s staging facility in New Westminster on April 12. Additional pipe shipments were spotted Monday.
Man charged after allegedly smashing stolen SUV through three RCMP vehicles to escape

Man charged after allegedly smashing stolen SUV through three RCMP vehicles to escape

File photo A 20-year-old man who allegedly bashed his way through three police cars and three civilian vehicles in a stolen Nissan Murano to escape from a Metrotown parking lot two weeks ago now faces eight charges including assault of a police offic
Two ferry workers fell into the ocean during a drill, gear failure blamed

Two ferry workers fell into the ocean during a drill, gear failure blamed

The Queen of Cumberland runs between Swartz Bay and the Southern Gulf Islands. Photograph Submitted The tables were turned on two B.C.
Dual condo buildings proposed for four single-family lots in Marpole

Dual condo buildings proposed for four single-family lots in Marpole

This pair of condo buildings is proposed by iFortune Homes for West 59th Avenue at Yukon Street, overlooking Winona Park.
CBC says it will carry on with destruction of broadcast archives once digitized

CBC says it will carry on with destruction of broadcast archives once digitized

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette A charitable group dedicated to preserving the country's broadcasting heritage is calling on the CBC to stop destroying original television and radio broadcast materials as it moves to digitize the content.
B.C. to spend $1.9 billion to help build rental housing over the next decade

B.C. to spend $1.9 billion to help build rental housing over the next decade

Photo Pexels The B.C. government is investing $1.9 billion over the next 10 years to help build 14,000 affordable homes for renters.
Blood donor keeps on giving — even at 95

Blood donor keeps on giving — even at 95

She's the oldest blood donor in Canada!
Elderly Richmond pedestrian struck by SUV

Elderly Richmond pedestrian struck by SUV

One corner of the Blundell Road at No. 3 Road intersection. Image: Google Maps A 76-year-old Richmond woman was struck by an SUV near Blundell Road and No. 3 Road Tuesday afternoon. Mounties responded to a call around 4:30 p.m.
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