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B.C. man with 115 convictions sentenced for hotel BB gun incident

B.C. man with 115 convictions sentenced for hotel BB gun incident

Michael Landry has an extensive record, with 115 convictions in B.C. and Ontario.
Mounties lay first-degree murder charge in B.C. cold case

Mounties lay first-degree murder charge in B.C. cold case

Chilliwack man Kyle Cromarty died from gunshot wounds on Oct. 4, 2018; charged with his murder is Alberta resident Harry Christensen.
Police union 'appalled' at sentence for injuring Prince George RCMP officer

Police union 'appalled' at sentence for injuring Prince George RCMP officer

Blake Cayan George issued two years probation for leaving member with a potentially career-ending head injury
Human rights commissioner calls for an end to police officer program in B.C. schools

Human rights commissioner calls for an end to police officer program in B.C. schools

VANCOUVER — B.C.’s human rights commissioner is calling for the end of liaison officer programs that put police in schools just as Vancouver's school board prepares to vote on a motion to bring them back. In a letter to the B.C.
Parole for drunk driver who fled scene of 2019 crash that killed three

Parole for drunk driver who fled scene of 2019 crash that killed three

The 33-year-old former Canadian Forces soldier told the parole board he has no recollection of the collision but he accepts his guilt
One person dead following fire at downtown Prince George hotel

One person dead following fire at downtown Prince George hotel

One person died and two were seriously injured in the blaze
Electric bike batteries creating potentially deadly fire hazard

Electric bike batteries creating potentially deadly fire hazard

Read these home fire safety tips that could save your life
B.C. announces measures to license more internationally trained doctors

B.C. announces measures to license more internationally trained doctors

RICHMOND, B.C.
BC Housing staff played key role in Moccasin Flats demolition, city emails show

BC Housing staff played key role in Moccasin Flats demolition, city emails show

Part 3 of a three-part series
In a B.C. first, UVic mini-satellite launched into space after four years of work

In a B.C. first, UVic mini-satellite launched into space after four years of work

The excitement has been years in the making thanks to about 140 people who have been part of a team at the University of Victoria Centre for Aerospace Research.
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