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'Ludicrous': Motorcyclist speeds at 234 km/h on Lions Gate Bridge

'Ludicrous': Motorcyclist speeds at 234 km/h on Lions Gate Bridge

A 45-second video was posted to social media showing the driver weaving in and out of traffic on the bridge.
Residents to return to Vancouver's homeless encampment after city cleared the site

Residents to return to Vancouver's homeless encampment after city cleared the site

VANCOUVER — Residents forced out of a Vancouver homeless encampment will be allowed back in this week after the city completed a cleanup of the site.
Speed limiting devices to become mandatory on heavy B.C. commercial trucks

Speed limiting devices to become mandatory on heavy B.C. commercial trucks

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Transportation Ministry says commercial trucks above a certain weight will soon be required to be fitted with technology to limit how fast they travel on provincial roadways.
13-year-old on joy ride writes off Lamborghini Huracan

13-year-old on joy ride writes off Lamborghini Huracan

Police officers in West Vancouver found a scene reminiscent of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Court hears bid to toss Ibrahim Ali's first-degree murder verdict over delays

Court hears bid to toss Ibrahim Ali's first-degree murder verdict over delays

VANCOUVER — The lawyer for a man found guilty of killing a 13-year-old Burnaby, B.C., girl is asking a judge to stay the jury's verdict over unreasonable delays in getting the man to trial.
B.C. to ban some 'personal use' evictions, stop rent increases over new children

B.C. to ban some 'personal use' evictions, stop rent increases over new children

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is changing rental laws to stop bad-faith evictions, protect families who have had a child and help landlords with problematic tenants.
B.C. records net loss of more than 8,600 in interprovincial migration in 2023

B.C. records net loss of more than 8,600 in interprovincial migration in 2023

British Columbia had more people moving out to other provinces in 2023 than those coming in the opposite direction for the first time in more than a decade, according to figures from Statistics Canada. The agency said B.C.
B.C. introduces bill for First Nations land acquisition, holding rights

B.C. introduces bill for First Nations land acquisition, holding rights

VICTORIA — British Columbia's government has introduced a bill that would give federally recognized First Nations the legal right to acquire and hold land in the province. B.C.
Downtown Vancouver shooting linked to B.C. gang war

Downtown Vancouver shooting linked to B.C. gang war

Jagraj Atwal escaped injury, as did his passenger when two gunmen ran up and opened fire as he idled his dark SUV in a lane.
Unstable nearby construction site forces evacuation of apartment in Kelowna, B.C.

Unstable nearby construction site forces evacuation of apartment in Kelowna, B.C.

KELOWNA, B.C. — More than 80 residents of a low-income apartment building in Kelowna, B.C., moved in just eight months ago but have now been told to leave over a "significant" risk to life and safety.