Claire Rattee: she’s young, she’s hip and she’s a Conservative candidate
I think that quite often we hear left-leaning politicians speaking loudly about how they are so tolerant, and yet, their tolerance only goes so far as you agree with them. If you disagree with them, they’ll pick on you for anything.
American activist group blocks Vancouver port train tracks to prevent Trans Mountain construction
American activists affiliated with Portland Rising Tide blocked train tracks carrying piping to the Trans Mountain Expansion earlier today.
Cheating B.C. husband sues lover over cost of ring at request of scorned wife
After the wife found out about the affair, R.T., an anonymous name granted to the husband due to the extra-marital nature of the case, immediately demanded that A.L.T. repay the cost of the ring, valued at $1,000 plus tax in 2017.
High-risk sex offender to live in Vancouver—police warn he is a risk to children
Police say that Smith has just been re-released from jail after federal offences and that he is at high-risk for committing sexual abuse, again. Police say that he is especially known for sexual violence against children.
Vancouver woman dragged under car for several blocks
Police believe alcohol may have been involved, but locals also admit that j-walking in the 30 km/h zone is a problem in the area and has led to many car accidents involving pedestrians.
Critics of Surrey RCMP slammed by top RCMP officer
“We can’t police a large city? We’ve been doing it since 1951. I would challenge any other large city in this country to police with the resources we do and do a better job,” said McDonald.
Two B.C. teens rescue elderly citizen trapped in the woods
The senior, Paul Jones, had gotten his SUV stuck in the mud three days earlier. He exited the car, but, given his age, immediately realized his situation and knew that there was nothing he could do to dislodge his car or escape the wilderness.
Power trip: Trudeau visits Singh’s home riding to swing voters back to Liberal party
Liberals are beginning to express fears regarding the possibility of a minority government as the charismatic Jagmeet Singh continues to swing Liberal voters over to the NDP.
B.C. drivers with out-of-province licenses face huge insurance rate increases
In response to new data form the Insurance Corp. of B.C. (ICBC) which showed that people from outside B.C. tend to have more collisions while in the province, safe driving discounts will no longer transfer over.