B.C. court sentences nine in immigration fraud that faked applications for over 1,600 people
A B.C. court has handed down sentences to nine individuals involved in an extensive immigration and passport fraud investigation.
B.C. Supreme Court suspends sentence of woman who sexually assaulted 13-year-old boy
28-year-old Min Chen was found guilty of one count of sexual assault and one count of sexual interference of a 13-year-old boy by a Supreme Court jury in September 2017.
Police are confident that bodies found are the Canada manhunt suspects, but questions remain
Police strongly believe that bodies recovered on a riverbank near Gillam, Manitoba are the two suspects wanted in the nation-manhunt.
New poll reveals British Columbians feel more akin to Americans than eastern Canadians
British Columbians feel they have more in common with Pacific Americans than they do with Eastern Canadians.
RCMP discover several items belonging to B.C. manhunt fugitives
Several items directly linking the suspects have been found on the shoreline of the Nelson River, according to RCMP Manitoba.
Alleged predator Jessica Yaniv arrested, home searched
The Post Millennial has confirmed speculation that the Walnut Grove home of Jessica Yaniv was raided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police last night.
Young child hospitalized after allegedly being bitten by bear at Vancouver Zoo
The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service was deployed to the Greater Vancouver Zoo after a young child was sent to hospital after allegedly being bitten by a bear.
Man in Courtenay, B.C. attempts to hack 89-year-old to death with machete
After an act we usually only hear about occurring in places like the Democratic Republic of Congo, a suspect is…
Uncertainty in the air as Canada manhunt continues
The military has now pulled out of the search for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod after the RCMP said that they no longer need their assistance.
Catherine McKenna denies species-at-risk status for B.C. trout after government experts warn of extinction
Commercial fishers in British Columbia came out winners in a decision over the fate of Chilcotin and Thompson Rivers’ steelhead trout, after Environment Minister Catherine McKenna declined a scientific board’s advice the species be listed as endangered.