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B.C. targets cousins of endangered owl

B.C. targets cousins of endangered owl

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has approved shooting one species of owl in a last-ditch effort to save their endangered cousins, as the number of northern spotted owls continues to decline decades after they became the mascot of the “war

B.C. government sets sights on Hells Angels cash with court action

VANCOUVER - The B.C. government is targeting friends and members of the East End Chapter of the Hells Angels, hoping for some financial gain from what it claims are proceeds of crime. The civil claim filed by the Attorney General's Ministry in B.C.

Human remains found in Richmond

Police are investigating the discovery of human remains in a remote marsh area of Richmond. Richmond RCMP received a report around 10 a.m. Saturday that the remains, believed to be skeletal in nature, were found on the West Dyke near Blundell Road.
B.C. student aims to compete in Miss Universe Canada to honour slain mom

B.C. student aims to compete in Miss Universe Canada to honour slain mom

A Langley university student who overcame personal tragedy is raising money to compete in the Miss Universe Canada pageant.
B.C. parties spar over which is more ‘positive’ as NDP rolls out ad campaign

B.C. parties spar over which is more ‘positive’ as NDP rolls out ad campaign

The provincial New Democratic Party says it is starting a “positive” ad campaign Monday in four Liberal strongholds as a signal it will contend with the ruling Liberal party in all 85 ridings in the May 14 election.
Body found of Surrey man missing since New Year’s Day

Body found of Surrey man missing since New Year’s Day

VANCOUVER — A search by friends and family for 20-year-old Kevin Fry, who had been missing since New Year’s Day, ended in sorrow on Saturday when his body was discovered in a wooded area close to his Guildford home. Cpl.
Large fire in Vancouver destroys vacant warehouse

Large fire in Vancouver destroys vacant warehouse

VANCOUVER — A three-alarm fire in a vacant warehouse in east Vancouver Sunday involved more than 40 firefighters and took hours to bring under control. An emergency call came in just after 6 a.m.

B.C. teachers, employer to start contract talks on Feb. 4 after voting on deal

VANCOUVER - The head of the B.C. teachers' union says an agreement on how contract talks will be structured with the government's bargaining agent may cut through the toxic relationship that has hobbled previous negotiations.
Human smuggling charges dismissed against four men in B.C. courtroom

Human smuggling charges dismissed against four men in B.C. courtroom

VANCOUVER - A B.C. judge dismissed human smuggling charges Friday against four men accused of bringing dozens of Tamil migrants into Canada illegally aboard the MV Ocean Lady.

B.C. government applies to seize cash from trainee of Hells Angels

VANCOUVER - The B.C. government has more than $187,000 found on a Hells Angels trainee almost eight years ago and it's asking the court to allow it to keep the money.
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