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RCMP seek witnesses after stabbing on Surrey, B.C., city bus

RCMP seek witnesses after stabbing on Surrey, B.C., city bus

SURREY, B.C. — Mounties in Surrey are investigating a weekend stabbing on a city bus that has sent a man to the hospital. They say it happened shortly before 2:40 p.m.
B.C. 911 dispatch service 'functioning as normal' following unplanned outage

B.C. 911 dispatch service 'functioning as normal' following unplanned outage

VANCOUVER — The dispatch service that handles most of British Columbia's 911 calls says its lines are again operating as normal after an "unplanned outage" Saturday morning.
B.C. nurse suspended for multiple practice problems

B.C. nurse suspended for multiple practice problems

Kimberly Barrett attempted to divert medication from a clinic where she was a learner in a practicum setting.
Abbotsford, B.C., police arrest 50-year-old man for woman's death

Abbotsford, B.C., police arrest 50-year-old man for woman's death

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police in Abbotsford say a man has been arrested in the death of a woman after officers responded to a report of an assault at a home in the city Friday night. They say that patrol officers received the call around 10:50 p.m.
B.C. court rejects appeal of woman attacked by three-legged dog

B.C. court rejects appeal of woman attacked by three-legged dog

Bones, a rescue dog from Thailand, was put down after the 2017 attack.
Surrey family with Prince George ties settles property dispute

Surrey family with Prince George ties settles property dispute

A legal dispute between three brothers regarding a plant nursery in Surrey worth roughly $4.4 million has been settled, though the results appear to favour no one.
Rats in engine caused car fire, B.C. muffler shop claimed

Rats in engine caused car fire, B.C. muffler shop claimed

Courtenay business ordered to pay $2,285 after car catches fire on roadway one day after being repaired.
Reprimanded B.C. nurse slammed door in patient's face

Reprimanded B.C. nurse slammed door in patient's face

Elaine McQuade must take remedial education in professional accountability and responsibility and ethics.
No internal records about Premier Eby's social media mix-up

No internal records about Premier Eby's social media mix-up

A erroneous message was posted by the premier's team on Jan. 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
ALC, Peace River Regional District eroding land rights, allege residents

ALC, Peace River Regional District eroding land rights, allege residents

A group of residents are alleging the Peace River Regional District and Agricultural Cultural Land Commission have infringed on their property rights, launching a website called 'Fight the PRRD'.