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United Nations gang member ordered deported, but will he go?

United Nations gang member ordered deported, but will he go?

VANCOUVER — A leading member of the United Nations gang, convicted of plotting to murder the Bacon brothers, has been ordered deported from Canada.
Hundreds in Vancouver take part in No Pants SkyTrain Ride

Hundreds in Vancouver take part in No Pants SkyTrain Ride

VANCOUVER -- SkyTrain riders were caught off-guard Sunday by hundreds of riders caught with their pants down during the sixth annual No Pants SkyTrain Ride.
Shaky Ground: Few in B.C. are prepared for a big earthquake

Shaky Ground: Few in B.C. are prepared for a big earthquake

VANCOUVER — University of Victoria environmental psychology professor Robert Gifford has stockpiled a case of 12 cans of beans in his basement in case a big earthquake strikes coastal B.C.
'Suspicious' fire destroys Burnaby's Marine Pub

'Suspicious' fire destroys Burnaby's Marine Pub

Investigators were at the scene of a suspicious fire Saturday, trying to determine what caused a “huge” three-alarm blaze that destroyed a Burnaby pub hours before. Emergency crews received the call around 2:30 a.m.
Extortion case a window on Nanaimo Hells Angels

Extortion case a window on Nanaimo Hells Angels

Some of the inner workings of the Nanaimo Hells Angels have been laid out in a B.C. Supreme Court ruling convicting one of the gang’s original members of extortion and theft.
Driving in northern B.C.? It’s peak season for moose-vehicle collisions

Driving in northern B.C.? It’s peak season for moose-vehicle collisions

Northern B.C. is in the middle of its peak time for moose-vehicle collisions. That makes it prime time for UNBC researcher Roy Rea’s talk Friday on the matter. “Most collisions happen at night, so when there is less visibility.
It’s a girl! Researchers confirm gender of baby killer whale in B.C. waters

It’s a girl! Researchers confirm gender of baby killer whale in B.C. waters

It’s a baby girl! The Center for Whale Research has confirmed the sex of a baby resident killer whale spotted shortly before the New Year in the southern Gulf Islands. The new baby was first seen on Dec.
Lottery corporation reveals costly technical problems

Lottery corporation reveals costly technical problems

Missing loyalty points, inflated slot machine jackpots leave lottery corporation scrambling
Court stops bid to deport B.C. Hells Angels member

Court stops bid to deport B.C. Hells Angels member

Delay in case of Carlo Fabbiano, member of elite Nomads chapter, was ‘abuse of process,’ judge rules
Thousands still without power after winter storm lashes B.C.

Thousands still without power after winter storm lashes B.C.

Thousands of residents in B.C. are still without power this morning, after a winter storm swept through the province Monday, leaving up to 40 centimetres of snow in some areas, causing highway and school closures. As of 6 a.m.