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B.C. election delays money laundering inquiry

B.C. election delays money laundering inquiry

Austin Cullen says the hearings will start again on Oct. 26, two days after the provincial election is to be held.

B.C. election delays money laundering inquiry

Orca sex ratio skewed say scientists

Orca sex ratio skewed say scientists

The feisty boy appeared robust and healthy, it said in a news release. The calf pushes the number of southern resident orcas to just over 70.

Orca sex ratio skewed say scientists

Liberals promise focus on 'community safety'

Liberals promise focus on 'community safety'

Horgan said he understands that some people are concerned about the impacts of placing homeless people in hotels.

Liberals promise focus on 'community safety'

Man says off-duty cop assault changed his life

Man says off-duty cop assault changed his life

Dafonte Miller laid out the lingering impact of the Dec. 28, 2016 encounter in a statement read by prosecutors Friday at a sentencing hearing for Const. Michael Theriault.

Man says off-duty cop assault changed his life

Quebecer charged in U.S. opioid-trafficking case

Quebecer charged in U.S. opioid-trafficking case

The charges against Arden McCann in connection with the disruption of an alleged international opioid-trafficking ring were announced this week by officials in Washington, D.C.

Quebecer charged in U.S. opioid-trafficking case

Mi'kmaq fishery not a concern for lobster stocks: expert

Mi'kmaq fishery not a concern for lobster stocks: expert

As of December 2018, there were 979 lobster licenses issued in the fishing area around St. Marys Bay, according to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Bailey said.

Mi'kmaq fishery not a concern for lobster stocks: expert