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Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

"I would like to have media there for everybody to know,” said Odelia Quewezance. “Me and my sister were wrongfully convicted, spent 30 years of our lives in prison. Even animals don’t get locked up like that.”
Judge dismisses anti-vaxxers' court action

Judge dismisses anti-vaxxers' court action

Concerns of nine former City of Quesnel employees who lost their jobs "fall squarely within the exclusive jurisdiction of an arbitration board."
Gang dispute believed to be behind double murder in Coquitlam, B.C.: police

Gang dispute believed to be behind double murder in Coquitlam, B.C.: police

COQUITLAM, B.C. — Police in Metro Vancouver say they believe the shooting deaths of two people inside a vehicle is related to the ongoing gang conflict.
B.C. businessman David Sidoo has SEC fraud proceedings stayed

B.C. businessman David Sidoo has SEC fraud proceedings stayed

David Sidoo and seven other men face allegations of orchestrating a complex, international stock manipulation scheme that generated at least $145 million in illicit profits.
Search on after float plane with three aboard crashes into B.C. bay

Search on after float plane with three aboard crashes into B.C. bay

PORT HARDY, B.C. — A search is underway in Strachan Bay on British Columbia's central coast for a float plane that crashed into the water. Mounties in Port Hardy say the plane went down Wednesday afternoon with three people on board. Cpl.
Government lays out plans to combat climate change in National Adaptation Strategy

Government lays out plans to combat climate change in National Adaptation Strategy

Federal Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson laid out the goals within the plan at The Polygon on Thursday
Oak Bay man convicted of killing daughters has appeal dismissed

Oak Bay man convicted of killing daughters has appeal dismissed

Andrew Berry's appeal to overturn his convictions for the murders of his two young daughters on Christmas Day 2017 has been dismissed by the B.C. Court of Appeal
'Disturbing': Driver found passed out in running vehicle with infant inside

'Disturbing': Driver found passed out in running vehicle with infant inside

After being taken to the Nanaimo RCMP detachment, the driver gave two breath samples that registered 2.5 times the legal limit of .08, police said.
Police officers disciplined for using Taser as party trick, going on dating app while on surveillance duty

Police officers disciplined for using Taser as party trick, going on dating app while on surveillance duty

Overall number of complaints to Office of the Police Complaints Commissioner up 26% year on year, though investigations into misconduct ordered by the commissioner remained about the same.
B.C. government seeking public input on employment standards for gig workers in the ride-hailing and food-delivery sectors

B.C. government seeking public input on employment standards for gig workers in the ride-hailing and food-delivery sectors

Many of them earn less than minimum wage for a shift because they’re currently only paid for ‘active time’.
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