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Public invited to vigil for teen boy fatally stabbed on Surrey bus

Public invited to vigil for teen boy fatally stabbed on Surrey bus

Rain or shine, the vigil will take place at 7 p.m.
Vancouver police to implement recommendations from Const. Nicole Chan inquest

Vancouver police to implement recommendations from Const. Nicole Chan inquest

Police Chief Adam Palmer: “Very, very sad tragedy. It's something that, of course, we never want to see again.”
'Severe' drought declared in Kelowna, Vernon areas

'Severe' drought declared in Kelowna, Vernon areas

While Okanagan snowpacks are at a healthy depth, a lack of precipitation at lower elevations has brought on severe drought conditions.
Layoffs issued as Tolko cuts shifts in Armstrong, Williams Lake

Layoffs issued as Tolko cuts shifts in Armstrong, Williams Lake

Vernon-based forestry giant Tolko Industries has announced layoffs at two of its mills in the North Okanagan and Cariboo.
Multiple warrants issued for arrest of Okanagan woman

Multiple warrants issued for arrest of Okanagan woman

Docherty is described as a Caucasian female, five-foot-seven and about 161 pounds.
'Why don't we count?': Princeton Mayor speaks on divide between housing support given to urban and rural centres

'Why don't we count?': Princeton Mayor speaks on divide between housing support given to urban and rural centres

"Where's the rural part to this conference?" After the recent Union of B.C.
Plans for multi-use pathway on Colwood's waterfront get $6-million boost

Plans for multi-use pathway on Colwood's waterfront get $6-million boost

The pathway will run along the shoreline stretching from the new Royal Beach Development to the end of the Esquimalt Lagoon on the Coburg Peninsula along Ocean Boulevard.
Senakw services agreement judicial review begins in B.C. Supreme Court

Senakw services agreement judicial review begins in B.C. Supreme Court

The Kits Point Residents Association is challenging the legality of the services agreement signed between the City of Vancouver and Squamish Nation
B.C. inquest hears initial 911 calls related to man who died after police beating

B.C. inquest hears initial 911 calls related to man who died after police beating

BURNABY, B.C. — A coroner's inquest has heard from two people whose 911 calls set off the Vancouver police response that led to the beating death of another man by several officers. Myles Gray, who was 33, died in Burnaby, B.C.
Tiny House Warriors leader standing trial, accused of confronting Trans Mountain security

Tiny House Warriors leader standing trial, accused of confronting Trans Mountain security

A prominent member of a controversial First Nations protest group is standing trial this week in a Kamloops courtroom, accused of violating her bail conditions by confronting Trans Mountain security guards in the North Thompson.
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