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Shooting in Surrey sends one to hospital

SURREY, B.C. — Surrey RCMP are investigating a shooting that sent one man to hospital. Police were called to Surrey's Guilford neighbourhood about 12 a.m. Sunday for a report of gunshots. When officers arrived, they found a man with injuries.

Fire at Vancouver SRO building displaces dozens on Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — More than 50 residents were forced from their homes Saturday by a fire at a single-room occupancy building on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Brian Bertuzzi, asst.
Battleship Mountain blaze being held, first time since Aug. 30

Battleship Mountain blaze being held, first time since Aug. 30

B.C. Wildfire Service to also drop "Wildfire of Note" designation Sunday morning
Here's everything you need to know about voting in B.C.'s municipal election

Here's everything you need to know about voting in B.C.'s municipal election

No, you cannot vote over the phone or on the internet.
B.C. residents denied dismissal of massive alleged stock fraud case in Boston court

B.C. residents denied dismissal of massive alleged stock fraud case in Boston court

A Boston federal district court judge has tossed an application by six B.C. residents to dismiss civil fraud charges related to a complex $1 billion-plus trading arrangement
HIV spike among B.C. drug users associated with COVID-19 lockdown, research says

HIV spike among B.C. drug users associated with COVID-19 lockdown, research says

VANCOUVER — A new study says reduced access to HIV services during early COVID-19 lockdowns in British Columbia was associated with a "sharp increase" in HIV transmission among some drug users.
Hearing delayed for men charged in Malik murder

Hearing delayed for men charged in Malik murder

The case of the two men charged with killing a Surrey man acquitted in the Air India terrorist attack has been adjourned for two weeks. Lawyers for 21-year-old Tanner Fox and 23-year-old Jose Lopez need more time to analyze evidence disclosures.
Fees in licensed child care in B.C. to drop by up to $550 a month by Dec. 1, says NDP

Fees in licensed child care in B.C. to drop by up to $550 a month by Dec. 1, says NDP

BURNABY, B.C. — Families with young kids in licensed child care in British Columbia will see their monthly fees drop automatically by up to $550 a month starting Dec. 1, says Education and Child Care Minister Jennifer Whiteside.
A year later, Kenny Chiu reflects on 2021 election loss, political future

A year later, Kenny Chiu reflects on 2021 election loss, political future

A year after losing his Steveston-Richmond East seat, former Conservative MP Kenny Chiu is pondering whether to make a comeback. “Tell me when the election is, and I'll tell you the answer,” Chiu said.
Roller Girl seeks Vancouver park board seat

Roller Girl seeks Vancouver park board seat

The pink-clad director of traffic at some of Vancouver's major intersections says her election priorities are green sustainable housing, agriculture, safety and equality.