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Police issue warning after North Van man targeted in fake kidnapping scam

Police issue warning after North Van man targeted in fake kidnapping scam

Scammers spoofed wife’s cellphone number and demanded a ransom be paid or the woman would be harmed.
Vote buying application filed at BC Supreme Court over Pouce Coupe mayoral election

Vote buying application filed at BC Supreme Court over Pouce Coupe mayoral election

BC’s Local Government Act underlines rules for candidates.
Coquihalla Highway closed between Merritt and Hope due to 'police incident'

Coquihalla Highway closed between Merritt and Hope due to 'police incident'

DriveBC reports the closure extends all the way from Hope to Merritt in both directions.
Anti-McCallum group, new Victoria mayor fined for election advertising omissions

Anti-McCallum group, new Victoria mayor fined for election advertising omissions

Both failed to include mandatory authorization statements in some of their campaign advertising, said Elections BC.
Robbery, chase, shooting, crash and police response cause mayhem in Coquitlam, B.C.

Robbery, chase, shooting, crash and police response cause mayhem in Coquitlam, B.C.

COQUITLAM, B.C. — A search is underway for two people linked to a violent series of events that brought the Tuesday evening rush hour to a standstill along a section of Highway 1 through Coquitlam, B.C.
Cross-border shoppers at a crossroads in B.C.

Cross-border shoppers at a crossroads in B.C.

Canada-U.S. shopping ‘habits may be lost’ due to pandemic, says retail analyst
DC powerlifter Baldassarre picks up first place at Northern Classic in PG

DC powerlifter Baldassarre picks up first place at Northern Classic in PG

Returning from competition.
Man casually clings onto transport truck for 25+ blocks before falling on B.C. highway

Man casually clings onto transport truck for 25+ blocks before falling on B.C. highway

"This is a terrible idea, and no one should ever do this," said Vernon RCMP.
Woman shot dead in Prince Rupert, B.C., murder-suicide worked for Children's Ministry

Woman shot dead in Prince Rupert, B.C., murder-suicide worked for Children's Ministry

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — British Columbia officials including Premier David Eby have paid tribute to an employee of the Ministry of Children and Family Development who was shot dead in Prince Rupert on Monday.
18-year-old stabbed to death in B.C. school parking lot

18-year-old stabbed to death in B.C. school parking lot

Despite all attempts to revive the teen, he succumbed to his injuries.
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