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Alleged B.C. hitman charged with escape attempt, prison guard threats

Alleged B.C. hitman charged with escape attempt, prison guard threats

Dean Michael Wiwchar faces trial on murder and conspiracy to commit murder charges in connection to the 2012 Vancouver slaying of Sandip Duhre
Province to add 51 new sheriffs to address court shortage, closures

Province to add 51 new sheriffs to address court shortage, closures

Ministry of Attorney General says Justice Institute of B.C. spring class of graduates is largest in recent memory
Man who exposed self to teens banned from B.C. park

Man who exposed self to teens banned from B.C. park

Denis Lacharite pleaded guilty March 6 to committing an indecent act in July 2022 at Boundary Bay Regional Park
B.C. breeder loses $835 claim involving amputated dog tail

B.C. breeder loses $835 claim involving amputated dog tail

The "abnormally formed" tail led to Kookbie the dog having defecation problems, which a vet said created hygienic issues.
B.C. man's $72K strata vibration claim dismissed

B.C. man's $72K strata vibration claim dismissed

Tenant Christopher Konrad reported feeling vibrations in his White Rock strata lot, something he said woke him up multiple times per night.
Tribunal drops B.C. teacher's gender-based discrimination complaint

Tribunal drops B.C. teacher's gender-based discrimination complaint

A North Vancouver teacher claimed students' complaints about 'manspreading' was "a gender-based slur."
Ex-boyfriend's gift of dog can't be revoked, B.C. tribunal rules

Ex-boyfriend's gift of dog can't be revoked, B.C. tribunal rules

Pets are considered personal property, and the principles of property law generally apply to pet ownership.
B.C. children's online protection code urged after deceptive practices found

B.C. children's online protection code urged after deceptive practices found

"These websites are deceiving and manipulating our kids into revealing their private information."
'Devastating': Pedestrian awarded $1.4M after Vancouver car accident

'Devastating': Pedestrian awarded $1.4M after Vancouver car accident

Annette Nolan was injured on Sept. 23, 2020 while crossing at an unmarked crosswalk in Vancouver.
B.C. trailer park ex-resident to pay $3,360 for destroying neighbour's property

B.C. trailer park ex-resident to pay $3,360 for destroying neighbour's property

The resident was eventually evicted.