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RCMP website crashes after Anonymous threatens revenge

RCMP website crashes after Anonymous threatens revenge

One day after the hacker group Anonymous vowed to “avenge one of our own,” the RCMP’s website has crashed.
Site C protester, shooting victim were not the same man

Site C protester, shooting victim were not the same man

Investigators confirm victim had a knife
B.C.’s south coast moved to highest drought level

B.C.’s south coast moved to highest drought level

Metro Vancouver has no plans to ramp up water restrictions despite the provincial government announcing a Stage 4 drought Wednesday in British Columbia’s most heavily populated region: the south coast and Lower Fraser area.
Vancouver city supervisor shot, killed

Vancouver city supervisor shot, killed

Security increased at city hall, work sites
Ghost town outside Whistler for sale again after B.C. changes rules

Ghost town outside Whistler for sale again after B.C. changes rules

Lack of investors has Chinese development group looking to unload property
Surrey realtor fatally shot in home invasion

Surrey realtor fatally shot in home invasion

A 42-year-old father of two shot dead trying to stop a break-in at his home late Sunday was described by work colleagues and neighbours as an easygoing, well-liked family man.
Fort St. John terror suspect held after short court hearing

Fort St. John terror suspect held after short court hearing

FORT ST. JOHN — Terror suspect Othman Hamdan stood inside an RCMP jail cell here as he addressed a B.C. provincial court judge via video link for the first time Monday.
Wildfire puts Williams Lake-area reserve on evacuation alert

Wildfire puts Williams Lake-area reserve on evacuation alert

Aggressive Puntzi Lake blaze destroys homes, resort
Fort St. John terror suspect Othman Hamdan was a classic loner

Fort St. John terror suspect Othman Hamdan was a classic loner

He never attended the mosque or mixed with the Muslim community
Island, B.C. businesses take hit as fireworks shows snuffed out

Island, B.C. businesses take hit as fireworks shows snuffed out

Fire restrictions due to the hot, dry conditions are putting a damper on fireworks shows in B.C. this summer — but the year’s biggest pyrotechnic event is still slated to go ahead as planned.