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Work fighting child porn rewarding, horrifying

Work fighting child porn rewarding, horrifying

SURREY, B.C.

Landlords ordered to build ramp for disabled Campbell River tenant

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ordered the operators of an apartment complex in Campbell River to build a ramp so a disabled tenant can get into the building more easily.

Website that sold gun to B.C. killer sued in U.S.

VANCOUVER — The family of a 36-year-old woman who was shot to death in a Chicago parking lot in April 2011 is suing the website that allegedly helped her killer, a Surrey man, buy the murder weapon.

Body found in suite after gunfire reported

NEW WESTMINSTER — A man has been found dead in a basement suite in New Westminster, and police say the incident appears suspicious. Sgt. Diana McDaniel said officers were called to the suite just after 6 a.m. Thursday.

Abused girls trade hell for haven

VANCOUVER — At a discrete compound in Cambodia, young girls form an orderly queue to be served noodles in the NewSong centre.

Corrections officer faces drug charges

AGASSIZ — A corrections officer at a maximum-security prison is facing charges over allegations related to drug trafficking into the facility.
Asian girls harmed by Canadian sex tourists find refuge, but abuses continue

Asian girls harmed by Canadian sex tourists find refuge, but abuses continue

VANCOUVER - At a non-nondescript, discreet compound in Cambodia, young girls form an orderly queue to be served noodles in the NewSong centre.
Kinder Morgan takes its case for a pipeline to the people

Kinder Morgan takes its case for a pipeline to the people

Five years ago, when Greg Toth was working on a Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project along the Alberta-B.C.

HEROS looking to help disadvantaged kids in more Canadian communities

VANCOUVER - This holiday season, Norm Flynn attended 11 parties in eight cities across Canada. If things go according to plan, he will have a chance to travel to even more in 2013.
Ladner aflutter at beating Victoria in bird count

Ladner aflutter at beating Victoria in bird count

VANCOUVER — The last bushtit and swamp sparrow has yet to be tabulated but it appears that Ladner has swooped in and defeated its traditional rival Victoria to claim the annual Christmas Bird Count.