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New Westminster Police Looking For High Risk Missing Person NIRLA SHARMA

New Westminster Police Looking For High Risk Missing Person NIRLA SHARMA

New Westminster Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 44-year-old New Westminster resident Nirla Sharma.

 

New Westminster Police Looking For High Risk Missing Person NIRLA SHARMA

Surrey City Council Amends Bylaws to Support Fair Competition Between Taxi And Ride Hailing Companies

Surrey City Council Amends Bylaws to Support Fair Competition Between Taxi And Ride Hailing Companies

“I am pleased that Council approved the amendments to our City bylaws to support a level playing field between taxis and ride-hailing vehicles,” said Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum. 

Surrey City Council Amends Bylaws to Support Fair Competition Between Taxi And Ride Hailing Companies

Chanting Wet'suwet'en Supporters Defy Injunction; Return To B.C. Legislature

Chanting Wet'suwet'en Supporters Defy Injunction; Return To B.C. Legislature

About 300 people were gathered at the front steps, with many crowding at the building's ceremonial gates used by dignitaries including the lieutenant-governor and members of the Royal Family.

Chanting Wet'suwet'en Supporters Defy Injunction; Return To B.C. Legislature

B.C. Tells Inquiry Money Laundering Has Warped Economy, Fuelled Opioid Crisis

B.C. Tells Inquiry Money Laundering Has Warped Economy, Fuelled Opioid Crisis

Money laundering has distorted British Columbia's economy, fuelled the opioid crisis and overheated the real estate market, the province argued at the start of an inquiry into the criminal activity on Monday.

B.C. Tells Inquiry Money Laundering Has Warped Economy, Fuelled Opioid Crisis

Remove Taxi Boundaries: Surrey Board Of Trade Tells The Province

Remove Taxi Boundaries: Surrey Board Of Trade Tells The Province

The Surrey Board of Trade is changing the public narrative for the taxi industry around partnership and innovation.

Remove Taxi Boundaries: Surrey Board Of Trade Tells The Province

David Eby Calls On BC Liberals To Stop Withholding Money Laundering Documents

David Eby Calls On BC Liberals To Stop Withholding Money Laundering Documents

The BC Liberals are refusing to release all relevant cabinet documents to the Cullen Commission into money laundering, BC Attorney General David Eby disclosed today.

David Eby Calls On BC Liberals To Stop Withholding Money Laundering Documents