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Appeal hearing begins for Oak Bay dad convicted of killing daughters

Appeal hearing begins for Oak Bay dad convicted of killing daughters

Four-day hearing for Andrew Berry's appeal of his conviction. He was found guilty of second-degree murder in the deaths of his two daughters.
B.C. urges preparedness and strategy to fight extreme climate events

B.C. urges preparedness and strategy to fight extreme climate events

VANCOUVER — A combination of 18 years of preparation, resourceful adaptation and a stroke of luck helped a small British Columbia community avoid being overrun by an aggressive wildfire last August, says its mayor.
'Night and day': Vancouver woman flies to another province to get a passport

'Night and day': Vancouver woman flies to another province to get a passport

"It was impossible to get it in Vancouver without camping out at 7 [p.m.] the night before or paying $300 [to $1000]," said the B.C. resident.
Cullen report heavy on references to Richmond casino cash provider

Cullen report heavy on references to Richmond casino cash provider

Paul King Jin is prominently featured in the gambling and real estate sections of the Cullen Commission's report on money laundering in B.C.
Burnaby pipeline protester sentenced to 60 days in jail

Burnaby pipeline protester sentenced to 60 days in jail

"I did it for the orcas primarily," said a man convicted of breaching a Trans Mountain injunction.
West Van MP highlights federal plan for single-use plastics ban

West Van MP highlights federal plan for single-use plastics ban

The ban on manufacture and import of the plastics comes into effect in December 2022 with the ban on sale a year later.
Dutch police bugged male suspect's home in Amanda Todd case, chief inspector tells B.C. court

Dutch police bugged male suspect's home in Amanda Todd case, chief inspector tells B.C. court

Investigators planted microphones, seized hard drives during covert searches of home of man later extradited to Canada
Former Whistler dishwasher alleges bullying, abuse by ex-boyfriend chef

Former Whistler dishwasher alleges bullying, abuse by ex-boyfriend chef

A former Araxi Restaurant and Oyster Bar employee is alleging "harassing, bullying and emotional and physical abuse."
'You have 48 hours': UBC professor says Airbnb host threatened her

'You have 48 hours': UBC professor says Airbnb host threatened her

"You have 48 hours to remove your review or I'm hiring a private investigator to obtain your address and then the fun begins."
Glass price increase adds to construction cost pressures

Glass price increase adds to construction cost pressures

Contractors pushed to the brink as insolvencies loom