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Two teens killed in head-on crash in northern B.C., RCMP seek information

Two teens killed in head-on crash in northern B.C., RCMP seek information

CHETWYND, B.C. — Mounties in northern British Columbia are asking for any information about a head-on crash that killed two teenagers and seriously injured another man.
RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., search for vehicle submerged in Fraser River

RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., search for vehicle submerged in Fraser River

COQUITLAM, B.C. — Police in Metro Vancouver say an underwater recovery team is working to locate a vehicle submerged in the Fraser River and determine whether it was occupied.
Drugs and danger never far away for downtown Prince George street survivor

Drugs and danger never far away for downtown Prince George street survivor

Former oil-patch worker still recovering from baseball bat attack that nearly killed him
Culver family disappointed in court decision

Culver family disappointed in court decision

Crown drops manslaughter charge against two Prince George RCMP officers in Indigenous man's 2017 death
BC Prosecution Service drops manslaughter charges against two Prince George RCMP officers

BC Prosecution Service drops manslaughter charges against two Prince George RCMP officers

Dale Culver died during July 18, 2017 arrest in Prince George
Carbon tax for Canadians flies in face of country's continuing tax-free coal and LNG exports

Carbon tax for Canadians flies in face of country's continuing tax-free coal and LNG exports

Twenty-three per cent increase that kicked in April 1 making it more expensive to live in Canada

Toxic drug supply claims 177 lives in B.C. in February: Coroners Service

VICTORIA — The BC Coroners Service says 177 people died in February due to "toxic, unregulated drugs." The service says at least 175 people have died because of the toxic drug supply in each of the last 20 consecutive months.
Sask. man Brent Habetler found guilty in Bermuda court

Sask. man Brent Habetler found guilty in Bermuda court

At the time of his arrest in Bermuda, Brent Habetler from Sask., was under conditions in an Alberta court.
B.C. Police Act changes pave way for better oversight, governance

B.C. Police Act changes pave way for better oversight, governance

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is bringing in changes to its Police Act to improve governance and oversight of municipal police departments in the province. The legislation, if passed, would expand the jurisdictions of B.C.
One man hurt in second Vancouver shooting within days

One man hurt in second Vancouver shooting within days

VANCOUVER — A 46-year-old man has been injured in a shooting in Vancouver's downtown core, the second such incident in the area in less than a week. Vancouver police say officers responded to reports of shots fired at around 7:50 p.m.