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Police increase presence at Abbotsford bars, restaurants to combat gang violence

Police increase presence at Abbotsford bars, restaurants to combat gang violence

Police in Abbotsford are taking a proactive initiative to keep the community safe.
MMA fighter appears in B.C. court on assault, driving charges

MMA fighter appears in B.C. court on assault, driving charges

A video posted to social media showed a moving vehicle where the driver appeared to be dragging a woman outside the car.
Criminals target New Westminster senior by impersonating police officers

Criminals target New Westminster senior by impersonating police officers

New West police issue warning after "deplorable" criminals impersonating cops convince a senior to give them her debit and credit cards.
Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

"By extending amortization, monthly mortgage payments will be more affordable for young Canadians who want that first home of their own."
Major B.C. civic political parties investigated for 'potential' prohibited contributions

Major B.C. civic political parties investigated for 'potential' prohibited contributions

ABC Vancouver and Burnaby Citizens Association among the largest civic slates being probed for possible campaign financing violations.
Vancouver police search for purse-snatching suspect

Vancouver police search for purse-snatching suspect

This man is a suspect in a number of robberies and attempted robberies of women throughout Vancouver.
Judge denies bid to toss Ibrahim Ali murder verdict for court delays

Judge denies bid to toss Ibrahim Ali murder verdict for court delays

Ibrahim Ali awaits sentencing for first-degree murder in the death of a 13-year-old Burnaby girl now that a bid to have his guilty verdict thrown out for delays has been dismissed.
Studies on B.C. safer supply emerge, finding different answers to different questions

Studies on B.C. safer supply emerge, finding different answers to different questions

VANCOUVER — Peer-reviewed research is emerging about the possible impacts of British Columbia's safer supply program, which provides prescription alternatives to toxic illicit drugs, with two studies in international medical journals casting the stra
Metro Vancouver industrial real estate market starting to normalize

Metro Vancouver industrial real estate market starting to normalize

A significant portion of new developments under construction are in strata industrial.
Volunteer firefighters' tax credit to double, as Ottawa prepares for catastrophic wildfire season

Volunteer firefighters' tax credit to double, as Ottawa prepares for catastrophic wildfire season

The federal government is also earmarking an extra $166 million over five years for Indigenous communities to help them prepare for and fight fires.