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One of three suspects in beating of autistic man in Ontario not guilty: lawyer

One of three suspects in beating of autistic man in Ontario not guilty: lawyer

Parmvir Singh Chahil is seen in this undated police handout photo. Peel Regional Police named Ronjot Singh Dhami as one of three suspects in the beating, which took place last week at a bus terminal in Mississauga, just west of Toronto.
Canadians joining #DeleteFacebook amid fears about electoral meddling: experts

Canadians joining #DeleteFacebook amid fears about electoral meddling: experts

A cell phone user thumbs through the privacy settings on a Facebook account in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.
Police make two separate arrests of alleged drug dealers, fentanyl seized

Police make two separate arrests of alleged drug dealers, fentanyl seized

Police in Abbotsford, B.C., say efforts to target drug dealers selling the deadly opioid fentanyl have led to two separate arrests.
B.C. issues warning to pet rabbit owners as virus spreads to Lower Mainland

B.C. issues warning to pet rabbit owners as virus spreads to Lower Mainland

A feral rabbit rests outside Ikea in Richmond. Photo Melissa Shaw A virus that has already killed hundreds of feral rabbits on Vancouver Island has spread and the British Columbia government is warning pet owners to take precautions.
New Westminster residents to be treated to complimentary Easter lice egg hunt

New Westminster residents to be treated to complimentary Easter lice egg hunt

The AirAllé device (formerly the LouseBuster) uses hot air to kill head lice and their eggs. South Surrey resident Saea Vivian is bringing the device to a new lice clinic that opened in New Westminster this month.
BC SPCA launches world's first pest control accreditation program

BC SPCA launches world's first pest control accreditation program

The BC SPCA has developed an animal welfare accreditation program to help people choose pest control companies that have a more humane approach to dealing with unwanted critters.
Liberals awarded $100,000 contract to man at centre of Facebook data controversy

Liberals awarded $100,000 contract to man at centre of Facebook data controversy

Cover of British publication The Observer shows AggregateIQ whistleblower Chris Wylie, who was raised in Victoria.
Vancouver vigilante group that targeted vehicles with stickers goes silent

Vancouver vigilante group that targeted vehicles with stickers goes silent

Members of the climate change advocacy group CO2alitionBC tagged vehicles and street signs across Metro Vancouver. Photo Twitter The online activities of a controversial air quality lobby group appear to have vanished into thin air.
Found mortar spurs larger Blair Rifle Range military search

Found mortar spurs larger Blair Rifle Range military search

A three-inch mortar found at the Blair Rifle Range last month.
Did you know the first ever NHL player of Asian descent was from B.C.?

Did you know the first ever NHL player of Asian descent was from B.C.?

Larry Kwong. Photo courtesy Vernon Museum and Archives Author and columnist Tom Hawthorn wrote an obituary that was published in The Globe and Mail yesterday which I highly recommend you read.