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RCMP say man in mental health crisis allegedly stabs and injures B.C. officer

RCMP say man in mental health crisis allegedly stabs and injures B.C. officer

KEREMEOS, B.C. — The Mounties say an officer is recovering from a stab wound after trying to make an arrest in Keremeos, B.C.
Final sentence handed down in South Delta drug investigation

Final sentence handed down in South Delta drug investigation

Police investigation dubbed Project Green Planet started in 2017
Ruling: Two Vancouver cops ‘recklessly’ used unnecessary force to arrest Indigenous man and granddaughter

Ruling: Two Vancouver cops ‘recklessly’ used unnecessary force to arrest Indigenous man and granddaughter

Heiltsuk First Nation invites constables to apology ceremony in Bella Bella
Google deploying undersea cable to link B.C. and Japan for faster Gmail, YouTube

Google deploying undersea cable to link B.C. and Japan for faster Gmail, YouTube

Topaz cable latest among fibre-optic projects tapping Vancouver
New border rules catch families by surprise after trips to Point Roberts

New border rules catch families by surprise after trips to Point Roberts

CBSA issue warnings but families could be stranded on the other side of the border the next time
Sex bait seen as useful tool in tracking, trapping 'murder hornets' in B.C.

Sex bait seen as useful tool in tracking, trapping 'murder hornets' in B.C.

Researchers at the University of California in San Diego have been testing the powerful pheromones in traps and results show it’s impossible for males to resist.
Fire in Surrey apartment building Tuesday night leaves one person dead.

Fire in Surrey apartment building Tuesday night leaves one person dead.

SURREY, B.C. — A fire in an apartment building in Surrey's Whalley neighbourhood Tuesday night has left one person dead. Surrey RCMP were called to the building on 107a Ave. near King George Blvd. at about 8:20 p.m.
Opinion: Cancer treatment and diagnosis backlogs during COVID-19 may affect cancer survival

Opinion: Cancer treatment and diagnosis backlogs during COVID-19 may affect cancer survival

In future health emergencies and possibly further waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, caution needs to be taken when extending cancer waiting times for reasons unrelated to patients’ health-care needs.
Vancouver man gets conditional sentence for advertising woman's sexual services

Vancouver man gets conditional sentence for advertising woman's sexual services

The man met the woman on Instagram in 2019 where he convinced her to provide sexual services in a Vancouver massage parlour.
B.C. police watchdog calls for more funding to combat staffing shortage

B.C. police watchdog calls for more funding to combat staffing shortage

SURREY, B.C. — The Independent Investigations Office of British Columbia is calling for more government funding to entice candidates to apply for open positions as caseloads peak.
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