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Former Prince George resident ‘a high risk to reoffend’

Former Prince George resident ‘a high risk to reoffend’

Saskatchewan RCMP warning public of former Prince George resident, Brent Adair Habetler
B.C. to provide 330 new homes for people living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

B.C. to provide 330 new homes for people living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — British Columbia will provide 330 new homes for people living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside by the end of June, the province's housing minister announced Sunday.
The struggle to keep Canada's oldest Chinese temple open

The struggle to keep Canada's oldest Chinese temple open

The Yen Wo Society, which owns the narrow, four-storey building topped by the temple, is keen for more Victorians to take a look. Members of the group, struggling with their role as guardians of the Tam Kung Temple, want more people to take an interest in a heritage structure that needs about $600,000 worth of repairs.
Courtenay couple assaulted after confronting teens performing social media stunt

Courtenay couple assaulted after confronting teens performing social media stunt

Fishing line strung across front door for late-night door kickers; householder told by police he could be charged after catching the perpetrators.
B.C. libraries receive $45M boost from province

B.C. libraries receive $45M boost from province

Digital resources at B.C.’s public libraries were used close to 16 million times in 2021
Former BC Liberal John Rustad turned Independent now seeks Conservative leadership

Former BC Liberal John Rustad turned Independent now seeks Conservative leadership

VANDERHOOF, B.C. — A former BC Liberal cabinet minister turfed from the party caucus last year for his climate change views says he's running for the leadership of the Conservative Party of British Columbia.
Man accused of assaulting B.C. mom and toddler pleads guilty

Man accused of assaulting B.C. mom and toddler pleads guilty

The man is accused of striking and knocking over a 40-year-old mother and her toddler who were standing on street.
Vancouver dial-a-doper kept dealing in Victoria after first trafficking charge

Vancouver dial-a-doper kept dealing in Victoria after first trafficking charge

The man continued to sell drugs in Victoria while he had a trafficking case before the courts in Vancouver.
U.S. SEC can freeze B.C. assets ahead of major stock fraud hearing, judge rules

U.S. SEC can freeze B.C. assets ahead of major stock fraud hearing, judge rules

B.C. judge allows injunction claim by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission against assets belonging to defendants in a $1 billion stock fraud case
Feds give Kamloops, B.C., nation $12.5 million for healing centre

Feds give Kamloops, B.C., nation $12.5 million for healing centre

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The federal government is contributing $12.
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