WATCH: B.C. student with Down syndrome becomes basketball legend
A student with Down syndrome scored a dramatic buzzer-beating three-point shot this past week inspiring his school, province and country.
Elections Canada orders recounts for B.C., Québec ridings
Elections Canada rules stipulate automatic recounts when the winning candidate’s margin of victory equals 0.1 percent or less of the total votes cast.
Teachers back support worker strike, eighteen Vancouver schools close
While the district has tried to remedy the situation by increasing the wages by 6 percent over three years, there are currently no new negotiations planned.
Five bears euthanized after residents see them eating garbage
On Thursday, conservation officers regrettably had to euthanized five bears in Penticon, B.C. after they were sighted together going through garbage that had been left outside homes.
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.
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.
Thirty-five-year sentence for B.C. man who murdered his wife and daughters
On September 17, Jacob Forman pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of his wife, Clara Forman, and the first-degree murder of his two young daughters, seven-year-old Yesenia and eight-year-old Karina.