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.
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.
B.C. fireman caught on camera having sex at work reinstated
The incident involved Capt. Brent Bond and dispatcher Cara-Leigh Manahan caught by a hidden camera while engaging in intercourse in the fire chief’s office
Three tossup ridings to watch out for in British Columbia
British Columbia will be a fierce battleground on election day. Party leaders have devoted valuable pre-election time to campaign in the province and to persuade voters to pick their respective party at the ballot.
Andrew Weaver expected to step down as leader of B.C. Greens
Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver, one of British Columbia’s most prominent political voices, is expected to announce his intent to resign from his position as leader of the party.
B.C. senior citizen fined $368 for having a phone in a cup holder while driving
On Monday, a senior citizen in Richmond was charged for having her cellphone in her cupholder. Despite not being distracted by the device, she was given a $368 fine for distracted driving.
B.C. RCMP investigate reports of multiple campus druggings at fraternities
“The information shared online is being taken very seriously and will be fully investigated,” UBC vice-president of students Ainsley Carry said in a statement.