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B.C. directs pharmacies to keep some types of baby formula behind counter

B.C. directs pharmacies to keep some types of baby formula behind counter

VICTORIA — The threat of a shortage of specialized infant formulas in British Columbia has prompted an order from the Ministry of Health to put the containers behind the counter.
Vancouver man arrested in North Shore crime spree

Vancouver man arrested in North Shore crime spree

A video shared by business owners in the area of Capilano and Marine appears to show the suspect in an assault. A 30-year-old man has been arrested in the case.
New West to urge province to better fund B.C.'s public libraries

New West to urge province to better fund B.C.'s public libraries

“Libraries are so much more than books, and books are so much already.”
Woman charged with attempted murder after stabbing in Horseshoe Bay motel

Woman charged with attempted murder after stabbing in Horseshoe Bay motel

A 33-year Chase woman has been charged with the attempted murder of her husband following a late-night altercation in a West Van motel room. The victim suffered superficial injuries, according to police.
Flood risk in B.C. transitioning to larger rivers

Flood risk in B.C. transitioning to larger rivers

There's no sign of hot weather coming, according to Environment Canada. That means the flood risk will come from rain.
Rich Coleman, David Eby, politicians respond to B.C. money laundering report

Rich Coleman, David Eby, politicians respond to B.C. money laundering report

Former B.C. solicitor general Rich Coleman feels vindicated of 'mud slinging' claims of corruption.
Turbulent creek in Kelowna, B.C., forces pause in the search for a woman and her dog

Turbulent creek in Kelowna, B.C., forces pause in the search for a woman and her dog

KELOWNA, B.C. — Safety concerns have forced a pause in the search for a Kelowna, B.C., woman who might have been swept away in the raging waters of Mission Creek.

RCMP investigating shooting in Whalley area that sends one to hospital

SURREY, B.C. — Surrey RCMP are investigating a shooting in the Whalley area. Officers were called to the 10000 block of 128A Street at about 9 p.m. for reports of gunshots.
Dutch investigator describes search of home allegedly leased by man now charged in Amanda Todd case

Dutch investigator describes search of home allegedly leased by man now charged in Amanda Todd case

Police officer who led child anti-exploitation unit reveals details of computer hardware, software found at vacation bungalow 
Two more Dutch witnesses testify in Amanda Todd trial

Two more Dutch witnesses testify in Amanda Todd trial

Women describe meeting accused in "sextortion" case while trying to rent an apartment in Rotterdam.