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Police seeking witnesses to Yaletown homicide that occurred last night

Police seeking witnesses to Yaletown homicide that occurred last night

File photo The VPD are seeking witnesses this morning after a man was found with serious injuries outside the Parq casino last night.
3 alarm fire consumes East Van print shop

3 alarm fire consumes East Van print shop

An excavator on scene picking apart what’s left of the building. Photo VF&R Vancouver Fire & Rescue worked overnight to contain a fire that consumed a print shop on the 1400 block of East Pender.
Vancouver police officers honoured for catching impaired drivers

Vancouver police officers honoured for catching impaired drivers

The 2017 Alexa’s Team members from B.C.’s Lower Mainland honoured at the Justice Institute of BC in New Westminster on April 17th for their work to reduce alcohol-related motor vehicle deaths in B.C.
Elderly prisoner back in custody after walking away from B.C. prison

Elderly prisoner back in custody after walking away from B.C. prison

Ralph Whitfield Morris is shown in this undated handout image provided by Correctional Service of Canada. Police are searching for a convicted killer who has escaped a minimum security prison in Mission, B.C.
Vancouver police officers tackle issue of women and gangs

Vancouver police officers tackle issue of women and gangs

The only female gang frontline partnership in Canada, detectives Sandy Avelar and Anisha Parhar educate women on the risks of dating men involved in organized crime and the gang lifestyle.
'Vancouver is officially the "rattiest city in B.C."

'Vancouver is officially the "rattiest city in B.C."

Shutterstock Vancouver has been ranked the 'rattiest city in B.C.' for the second year in a row by pest control company Orkin Canada. "A lot of it comes down to Vancouver being a port city.
Alberta premier unhappy with Suzuki honorary degree but defends academic freedom

Alberta premier unhappy with Suzuki honorary degree but defends academic freedom

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley speaks during a press conference to discuss her meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and B.C.
Former MCFD manager sentenced for child pornography

Former MCFD manager sentenced for child pornography

Edward Owen Berry. (via Prince George Citizen) A former manager with B.C.'s Ministry of Children and Family Development has been sentenced to eight months in jail followed by two years probation on child pornography charges.
B.C. set to introduce pot laws, but years of fine tuning likely, says minister

B.C. set to introduce pot laws, but years of fine tuning likely, says minister

Marijuana/Shutterstock British Columbia's solicitor general says the province's pending recreational marijuana legislation will be more evolutionary than set in stone.
Whistler residents are about to fly a helicopter around the world

Whistler residents are about to fly a helicopter around the world

The three-man crew will be keeping their followers updated though social media, daily vlogs and live tracking. They expect the trip to take 84 days.