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B.C. law professor says expect to see burial-site lawsuits, but no criminal charges

B.C. law professor says expect to see burial-site lawsuits, but no criminal charges

The remains of 215 children have been located, using ground-penetrating radar, on the site of a former residential school in Kamloops.
Securities commission lifts property freezes, clears West Van promoter

Securities commission lifts property freezes, clears West Van promoter

Former West Vancouver council candidate and stock promoter Tara Haddad has been removed from a notice of hearing for market misconduct
B.C. expands fund by $10 million for sexual assault response

B.C. expands fund by $10 million for sexual assault response

VICTORIA — A program that provides support services for survivors of sexual assault in British Columbia is getting an extra $10 million to expand its work across the province.
B.C.'s police complaint commissioner to oversee VPD response to handcuffed judge

B.C.'s police complaint commissioner to oversee VPD response to handcuffed judge

VANCOUVER — The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner in B.C. says it has asked the Vancouver Police Board to review an incident that resulted in a former judge being handcuffed by its officers. An email from office says retired B.C.
'Heartbroken': Politicians react to gravesite where remains of 215 children found

'Heartbroken': Politicians react to gravesite where remains of 215 children found

The Kamloops Indian Residential School operated between 1890 and 1978.
Police will be in Sun Peaks this weekend as part of search for Ryan Shtuka

Police will be in Sun Peaks this weekend as part of search for Ryan Shtuka

The young Alberta man was last seen on Feb. 17, 2018, leaving a house party.
Organized crime suspect arrested in West Van, thanks to barking dogs

Organized crime suspect arrested in West Van, thanks to barking dogs

Suspect wanted on firearms trafficking charges in Winnipeg
Old-growth tree spotted rolling down B.C. highway was nearly saved by new harvesting rules

Old-growth tree spotted rolling down B.C. highway was nearly saved by new harvesting rules

The province has identified the origin of the spruce and when it was cut down
Surrey mayor Doug McCallum dodges ‘friendly’ immunization challenge

Surrey mayor Doug McCallum dodges ‘friendly’ immunization challenge

McCallum asserts other public campaigns within city are working
Judges can issue site-blocking orders, federal appeal court rules

Judges can issue site-blocking orders, federal appeal court rules

Civil rights watchdog fears freedom of expression problems
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