Surrey Police confrontation with man wielding machete ends in shooting
The Independent Investigation Office of BC (IIO BC) is currently investigating a police shooting after police confronted a man wielding a machete early Wednesday morning.
B.C. NDP chief of staff spends $13,000 of taxpayer money on “excellent” road trip
B.C. NDP’s chief of staff, Alan Mullen, who is known for his spending has admitted that his “excellent” road trip across Canada went over budget.
Expensive B.C. social housing project adds $4.5 million on to $8.5 million bill
Taxpayers in B.C. have just been told they have the pleasure of paying an additional $4.5 million for repairs on a social housing apartment complex
RCMP confirm that murder suspects committed suicide
A completed autopsy on the two bodies confirm their identity, and the results have found that the teens committed suicide by gun.
First there was the war on drugs, then on terror: meet Elizabeth May’s new war on reality
According to May and her party, it will deploy a classic Winston Churchill-meets-FDR, battle-for-mankind strategy.
Teen dead following overdose at B.C. skate park —police say witnesses recorded it and did nothing
The overdose was witnessed by many who did nothing to prevent his death, instead choosing to film Carson’s final moments.
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.