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New B.C. information and privacy commissioner named

New B.C. information and privacy commissioner named

Former Newfoundland and Labrador information and privacy commissioner succeeds Michael McEvoy in the B.C. position in May.
MMA fighter appears in B.C. court on assault, driving charges

MMA fighter appears in B.C. court on assault, driving charges

A video posted to social media showed a moving vehicle where the driver appeared to be dragging a woman outside the car.
B.C. man jailed for sexual abuse should get three more years for drug dealing, says Crown

B.C. man jailed for sexual abuse should get three more years for drug dealing, says Crown

Da Wei Chen pleaded guilty to seven counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking.
B.C. man pleads not guilty in Chinatown triple stabbing

B.C. man pleads not guilty in Chinatown triple stabbing

The man allegedly stabbed three people while on a day pass from a psychiatric facility where, five months earlier, he had been deemed a “significant” threat to public safety after.
B.C. man accused in 2018 stabbing death to have bail hearing

B.C. man accused in 2018 stabbing death to have bail hearing

Abeal Negussie Abera was rushed to hospital in critical condition and died a week later.
Popular B.C. burger bar fined $7,000 for serving minor

Popular B.C. burger bar fined $7,000 for serving minor

The fine decision said ID training policies at Port Moody's Romer's Burger Bar were confusing and staff inadequately trained to assess customers.
B.C. man acquitted in red light crash that killed baby

B.C. man acquitted in red light crash that killed baby

Seyed Ramin Moshfeghi Zadeh, who ran a red light, was charged with dangerous driving causing death and dangerous driving causing bodily harm. 
B.C. man acquitted of manslaughter in house party fight

B.C. man acquitted of manslaughter in house party fight

Andrew Steve Alphonse was acquitted in the 2020 death of Richard Henry, 53, after the latter repeatedly tried to start a fight at a house party in Duncan, B.C.
Crown stays assault charge against B.C. Olympic boxing medallist

Crown stays assault charge against B.C. Olympic boxing medallist

Dale Walters said he took the complainant in as a homestay student, something he has been doing for 20 years without incident.
B.C. nurse's toileting practices part of suspension ruling

B.C. nurse's toileting practices part of suspension ruling

The B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives said the Surrey nurse didn't speak to patients and their family members in a professional manner.
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