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Cougar shot in New Westminster

Cougar shot in New Westminster

A cougar prowling a New Westminster neighbourhood on Halloween had to be killed because of the risk to the public, police say. Police and a conservation officer were called to the Glenbrook area after the big cat was spotted Saturday night.
Pay raise for B.C. provincial court judges stands; appeal denied

Pay raise for B.C. provincial court judges stands; appeal denied

B.C. taxpayers will shell out $2.67 million in pay hikes for provincial court judges after the Supreme Court of Canada refused Thursday to hear a government appeal of the pay packages.
Man comes home to find drunk in his bed; hilarious video follows

Man comes home to find drunk in his bed; hilarious video follows

A North Vancouver man who found a drunk stranger snoozing in his bed responded in what might be the most Canadian way possible – by offering him another one, instead. A Y ouTub e clip (youtube.
Whale-watching boat's passengers tossed into sea by wave

Whale-watching boat's passengers tossed into sea by wave

Some victims covered in diesel, others trapped in swirling eddy as tourist boat sank
Vancouver police adopt bicycle registration program

Vancouver police adopt bicycle registration program

A creator of Xbox designed the system after his bike was stolen
Sunken tour-boat crew had no time for mayday

Sunken tour-boat crew had no time for mayday

TOFINO — A tour boat with 27 people aboard started sinking so fast that the crew did not appear to have time to even send a mayday call.
Province’s email bungle frustrates privacy watchdog Denham

Province’s email bungle frustrates privacy watchdog Denham

Lost data from failure to backup thousands of messages hampers investigations
Frightened passengers recall huge wave hitting boat that sank

Frightened passengers recall huge wave hitting boat that sank

TOFINO — A rogue wave hit the tour boat Leviathan II as it moved slowly off Vargas Island near Tofino just before it sank, passengers told their rescuer. Peter Frank Jr.
Tofino whale-watching firm 'heartbroken' by tragedy

Tofino whale-watching firm 'heartbroken' by tragedy

The owner of a whale watching ship that sank off Tofino killing five British nationals — another person remains missing — his entire team is heartbroken.
Cars strike Surrey houses in ‘very bizarre’ accident

Cars strike Surrey houses in ‘very bizarre’ accident

White sedan crashes into home, SUV hits structure after driver fails to put vehicle into park