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Rape kit inaccessibility a hurdle to justice for victims in Canada:...

By Laura Kane, THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER: When Susan Chapelle awoke in a stranger's home, her head pounding and her clothes on backwards, she didn't...

A Criminal Paint Job! Vancouver RCMP asking for help to identifying...

Vandals in North Vancouver poured out over 15 pails of paint throughout a new home. Extensive damage was done by paint being poured over...

Trans Mountain ordered to delay pipeline construction in B.C. bird nesting...

By Hina Alam The Canadian Press Vancouver: Environment and Climate Change Canada has ordered a halt to construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline through a forest...

More than 190 organizations receive grant funding to tackle racism

VICTORIA - People and communities throughout B.C. will have increased capacity to address racism and discrimination, and build intercultural trust and understanding as more than...

Male fin whale spotted dead in Vancouver’s Burrard Inlet towed off...

By Camille Bains, The Canadian Press Vancouver: A dead whale that came into Vancouver's harbour on the bow of a cruise ship is believed to...

Officials say two bodies discovered in Lytton, B.C., after wildfire

A team that ventured into Lytton, B.C., for the first time since the village was ravaged by a wildfire this week found two bodies,...

Record warm temperatures to have years long effect on B.C. salmon...

The Canadian Press VANCOUVER: The Fisheries Department says record-breaking weather along the coast of British Columbia will affect Pacific salmon for years to come. Ocean scientist...

Harpreet Singh to be Conservative candidate in Surrey-Newton

Surrey: Harpreet Singh was named the Conservative candidate in Surrey-Newton for the October 2015 federal election. Singh, a former journalist for over 13 years,...

Leaders spar over climate, foreign policy in debate, but format leaves...

By Joan Bryden The Canadian Press Ottawa: Federal party leaders jousted over climate change, health care, foreign policy, the economy and Indigenous reconciliation during Thursday's English-language...

Large turnout in Sullivan for first Neighbourhood Safety Presentation

Surrey: Approx. 170 residents of the Sullivan community turned out for the Surrey RCMP’s first neighbourhood Engagement Presentation as part of its new Neighbourhood...

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