Wednesday, November 30, 2022
CTV News/Three people have been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the suspected gang shooting at a golf course near UBC Monday morning. The Lower Mainland's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team announced Friday that 18-year-old Deandre Daion Sylvan Baptiste, 22-year-old...
CTV News/CHELMSFORD, U.K. - A British man has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Canadian teenager who moved to England last year to meet him. Essex Police say in a statement that Jack Sepple will spend...
The B.C. government will observe the national day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II next week and keep schools closed across the province. Premier John Horgan made the announcement Tuesday afternoon, hours after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed there would...
A Metro Vancouver man will be going the distance to watch history unfold. Within hours of learning about the Queen's passing, he purchased a round-trip ticket to London. “Some people might think I'm like a Loyalist, but for me, this...
The BC Liberals have won the byelection in Surrey South, with voters electing Elenore Sturko to represent the riding in the legislature. Preliminary results posted online Saturday evening after polls closed showed Sturko, a sergeant and media spokesperson on leave from...
Throughout her 70-year reign, Queen Elizabeth II visited B.C. on numerous occasions, participating in local events and touring different regions in the province. Her first visit was in 1951, when she was still Duchess of Edinburgh. She and Prince Philip,...
B.C. Premier John Horgan has announced an increase to two tax credits and a cap on rent increases as the province grapples with rising cost of living due to "unprecedented" inflation. On Wednesday, Horgan announced a boost to the Climate...
The B.C. government expects to begin sending invitations for fall COVID-19 vaccine boosters by the end of the week, pending the arrival of the first shipment of Omicron-targeting bivalent doses. Health officials unveiled their plans for the province's latest vaccine...
A number of out-of-control wildfires burning in British Columbia prompted evacuation orders in several communities over the Labour Day long weekend. According to the BC Wildfire Service, there are currently five wildfires of note raging across the province with three...
A B.C. judge has ruled that a lawsuit opposing federal and provincial COVID-19 restrictions can not proceed in its current form, noting its claims of "global conspiracies" and "crimes against humanity" can't be adjudicated in civil court. The 391-page notice...
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