Skip to content

BC News

Trial for man accused of killing two people near Naramata set for June 2024

Trial for man accused of killing two people near Naramata set for June 2024

Wade Cudmore remains in custody at this time.
Nanaimo teacher put on leave after sting by 'creep catcher' group

Nanaimo teacher put on leave after sting by 'creep catcher' group

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools says it “takes such allegations seriously and has commenced our processes to investigate this matter.”
Deadly Quesnel shooter granted day parole

Deadly Quesnel shooter granted day parole

Roger Wayne Evans is serving sentence for shooting death of his son near Quesnel
Child care providers face funding delays, fee caps with provincial affordability program

Child care providers face funding delays, fee caps with provincial affordability program

The provincial program is supposed to reduce child care costs for parents. But providers must apply to receive funding and agree to certain terms, such as fee caps.
Fundraiser launched to help B.C. woman get urgent back surgery

Fundraiser launched to help B.C. woman get urgent back surgery

The neurosurgeon in Mexico has told her she doesn't have a few months.
B.C. lawyer who forged evidence for immigration files disbarred

B.C. lawyer who forged evidence for immigration files disbarred

Roger Balraj Singh Bhatti has agreed he will never apply for reinstatement as a lawyer under any circumstance.
B.C. Ferries seeking designs for electrical charging at terminals

B.C. Ferries seeking designs for electrical charging at terminals

Currently, B.C. Ferries’ six hybrid diesel-electric Island-class ferries operate mainly on diesel fuel, as terminals lack the charging infrastructure necessary to power their batteries.
B.C. teacher who hit Indigenous student with book to take anti-racism course

B.C. teacher who hit Indigenous student with book to take anti-racism course

The student was "visibly upset and reported feeling humiliated afterward."
B.C. rancher fined $960,000 for fish habitat destruction

B.C. rancher fined $960,000 for fish habitat destruction

B.C.'s Tsilhqot'in First Nation wants Altherr & Schellenberg Cattle Co. Ltd. off its land after the company was found to have destroyed riparian and instream habitat.
Former Vancouver mayor Kennedy Stewart wins $100,000 costs in NPA defamation case

Former Vancouver mayor Kennedy Stewart wins $100,000 costs in NPA defamation case

VANCOUVER — Former Vancouver mayor Kennedy Stewart can recover more than $100,000 in legal costs related to a failed defamation case launched by his political rivals in the Non-Partisan Association, a British Columbia Supreme Court judge has ruled.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks