Skip to content

News

B.C. Prosecution Service introduces ‘hate propaganda’ into crime definitions

B.C. Prosecution Service introduces ‘hate propaganda’ into crime definitions

Other definitions updated to include things related to conversion therapy, anti-Semitism
Prince Harry wraps visit to B.C., promises ‘epic week’ for 2025 Invictus Games

Prince Harry wraps visit to B.C., promises ‘epic week’ for 2025 Invictus Games

Prince founded the games for wounded, injured or sick service personnel and veterans about a decade ago
Trains collide near Revelstoke, 2 sent to hospital

Trains collide near Revelstoke, 2 sent to hospital

A second B.C. weekend train collision occurred near Field on Feb. 17
Cache Creek area stars in opening scenes of new TV series

Cache Creek area stars in opening scenes of new TV series

‘Tracker’ debuted after Super Bowl broadcast, with opening minutes filmed in Southern Interior
Man wanted in connection with Vancouver murder arrested in Kelowna

Man wanted in connection with Vancouver murder arrested in Kelowna

Lloyd Robinson was arrested at a house in Kelowna in connection with the 2023 murder of Jonathan Bulloch
Victoria, Comox, Campbell River to build 900 homes in 3 years

Victoria, Comox, Campbell River to build 900 homes in 3 years

The agreement will provide $33.5 million to eliminate pre-existing barriers to building homes
Merritt wants a refund for multiple hospital ER closures in 2023

Merritt wants a refund for multiple hospital ER closures in 2023

Mayor Michael Goetz says his community should not ask to be charged for services it did not receive
WestJet agrees to rebook flights for family of Salmon Arm murder victim

WestJet agrees to rebook flights for family of Salmon Arm murder victim

Family will be able to attend the sentencing hearing for man charged with killing Ashley Simpson
BC United Leader Falcon says new candidates reflect party’s ‘renewal’

BC United Leader Falcon says new candidates reflect party’s ‘renewal’

Nine out of 26 current BC United caucus members won’t seek re-election
Vancouver Police officer ordered to remove Star of David patch

Vancouver Police officer ordered to remove Star of David patch

Police sent policy reminder last year that unauthorized patches should not be worn on uniforms