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Arsonist used toilet paper to set B.C. porta-potty ablaze

Arsonist used toilet paper to set B.C. porta-potty ablaze

The fire caused $43,000 in damage to the toilet, a portable office and a generator.
Former Vancouver school trustee sentenced in youth sex sting

Former Vancouver school trustee sentenced in youth sex sting

"He suffered impacts of a very massive fall from grace," the judge said.
Northeast B.C. drug runners arrested

Northeast B.C. drug runners arrested

B.C.'s gang task force says 23 people are facing charges after a sweeping bust of a drug network in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, and Fort Nelson.
Canada strikes sanguine, wait-and-see approach on Biden's latest Buy American gambit

Canada strikes sanguine, wait-and-see approach on Biden's latest Buy American gambit

WASHINGTON — Construction industry advocates, business leaders and suppliers in Canada are taking a cautious, almost sanguine approach to U.S.
Business owner who sold three kilos of cocaine to undercover cop sent to prison

Business owner who sold three kilos of cocaine to undercover cop sent to prison

Over a period of months, undercover officers visited the store and spoke with Carlisle, building a relationship with him.
‘We should avoid monitoring’: feds quietly backed off while Coastal GasLink pipeline work killed fish

‘We should avoid monitoring’: feds quietly backed off while Coastal GasLink pipeline work killed fish

For months, Fisheries and Oceans Canada wouldn’t say anything about its role in monitoring the Coastal GasLink pipeline and protecting fish habitat. Internal documents show the agency was keeping an eye on construction — until it wasn’t
Terrace sawmill, bioenergy plant closing indefinitely

Terrace sawmill, bioenergy plant closing indefinitely

The closure includes both the mill and its pellet plant, Skeena Bioenergy.
Tug company, senior official charged in fatal 2021 sinking off northwest B.C. coast

Tug company, senior official charged in fatal 2021 sinking off northwest B.C. coast

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — Charges have now been laid against a tug and barge company and one of its senior officials two years after a tug sank off British Columbia's coast south of Kitimat, killing the captain and one crew member.
How much Canadians have fallen behind amid high inflation and who's hurting the most

How much Canadians have fallen behind amid high inflation and who's hurting the most

OTTAWA — Inflation has eroded purchasing power for many Canadians, but the experience with rapidly rising prices has been far from uniform.
Severely brain injured son denied disability benefits , father fights for change

Severely brain injured son denied disability benefits , father fights for change

Sitting at his kitchen island Gord Arthur is surrounded by several stacks of paper, “I’m going to keep fighting, just like he’s doing.” Arthur’s son Declan sits on a recliner just meters away.