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Man charged after shots fired in apartment, damaging neighbouring suites

OLIVER, B.C. — Police say a man has been charged after shots were fired in an apartment, causing damage to several neighbouring suites. RCMP in Oliver, B.C., say they were contacted by a tenant of the three-storey building on Monday at 2 p.m.

Nanaimo, B.C. police charge second man after Christmas morning gift theft

NANAIMO, B.C. — Police have arrested and charged a second man after wrapped gifts were taken from under a tree on Christmas morning at a home in Nanaimo, B.C.
Trans Mountain advancing pipeline expansion without permission: City of Burnaby

Trans Mountain advancing pipeline expansion without permission: City of Burnaby

Company says all ongoing work isapproved, but Mayor Mike Hurley isn't convinced
Observers raise concerns about RCMP tactical unit used in B.C. pipeline arrests

Observers raise concerns about RCMP tactical unit used in B.C. pipeline arrests

Victoria police arrest man at the office of Finance Minister Carole James

Victoria police say a man was arrested for mischief and assault on Tuesday at the downtown constituency office of Finance Minister Carole James.
B.C. minister under fire for visit to pipeline blockade

B.C. minister under fire for visit to pipeline blockade

Vancouver Film Critics Circle awards Haida-language 'Edge of the Knife'

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Film Critics Circle has named the Haida-language drama "Edge of the Knife" best Canadian feature.

Battle over insurance payout for missing gold and diamond-covered eagle statue

VANCOUVER — A major insurance company is fighting back after a British Columbia court required it to make good on a policy covering a gold, diamond-encrusted eagle statue allegedly stolen in Metro Vancouver more than two years ago. The B.C.

Boy, 8, from Nanaimo, B.C., killed while riding bicycle

NANAIMO, B.C. — An eight-year-old boy has been killed in a collision with a pickup truck while riding his bicycle in Nanaimo, B.C. Police say the accident happened just before noon Sunday when the boy rode out of a driveway.

Mounties say four people died in separate B.C. highway crashes since Friday

VANCOUVER — Mounties say four people have died in separate crashes since Friday on British Columbia highways. On Jan.