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A B.C. Supreme Court judge has instructed jury to be "very cautious" about relying on eyewitness evidence to find guilt in the case of four men accused of smuggling hundreds of Tamil migrants... [Read More]
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Convicted killer Kelly Ellard won't get the escorted releases from prison she says she needs after the recent birth of her child. [Read More]
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A Crown attorney at the human-smuggling trial of two Canadians and two Sri Lankans says that police adapted to a 'rather unusual situation' with the arrival a dilapidated vessel carrying 492 Tamil migrants. [Read More]
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B.C. Supreme Court justice has instructed a jury to be 'very cautious' about relying on eyewitness evidence to find guilt in the case of four men accused of smuggling hundreds of Tamil migrants... [Read More]
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Michael Kydd is seeking $1 million in damages from Twitter, CTV's owner Bell Meida, his former employer Mount Saint Vincent University and the woman with whom he says he had an affair. [Read More]
This year's parade, kicking off the Year of the Rooster, is set to take place Jan. 29. It has become a significant annual event in the city, drawing more than 100,000 spectators last... [Read More]
The university removed Furlong as keynote speaker from a February event last month after a graduate circulated an open letter critical of him. [Read More]
Jun Ing co-ordinates the annual parade, while his children Angus and Alex will perform the vibrant dance through Chinatown... [Read More]
When Justin Trudeau's government introduces legislation to legalize cannabis in 2017, it could cause problems with a Donald Trump-led U.S. [Read More]
During his first visit to British Columbia since the controversial approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau grappled with two major issues facing the province -- tanker traffic and... [Read More]
But when Justin Trudeau's government introduces legislation to legalize cannabis this spring, it could spark problems between Canada and the U.S., particularly since Donald Trump has indicated he will keep pot illegal at... [Read More]
An annual Amnesty International human-rights campaign is taking aim at a Canadian project for the first time -- the Site C dam. [Read More]
A couple from B.C. is celebrating the return of their children after the Ministry of Children and Family Development seized them over concerns that the son was being abused. A doctor later discovered... [Read More]
A couple from B.C. is celebrating the return of their children after the Ministry of Children and Family Development seized them over concerns that the son was being abused. A doctor later discovered... [Read More]
A B.C. family is warns against so-called 'guardian homes' after a teen's therapy dog was taken by breeder. [Read More]
After their son's therapy dog was repossessed by the breeder, the Wagners' filed suit to bring attention to the practice's pitfalls... [Read More]
The president of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. is warning against an "us versus them" mentality in Vancouver, where he says foreign buyers are not the major factor driving unaffordability. [Read More]
'They are making a big mistake. We will not allow this pipeline to be built,' one First Nation said. [Read More]
The former University of British Columbia student who accused Steven Galloway of sexual assault says her complaint against the acclaimed author was not about a "consensual affair." [Read More]
Canada's pipeline gridlock is harming its global reputation as an attractive place to invest in oil and gas projects, says a leading industry group. [Read More]
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