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Middle-class gang violence in B.C. breaks from history with higher stakes

Middle-class gang violence in B.C. breaks from history with higher stakes

VANCOUVER — Police officer Keiron McConnell had been on the job four months when a call crackled over the radio about a stolen vehicle.

B.C. pleased with Oklahoma ruling in opioids case as it continues lawsuit

VICTORIA — British Columbia's attorney general says he is pleased with the findings of a court in Oklahoma that found Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries helped fuel the state's opioid crisis as it ordered the company to pay US $572 million, m
B.C. father accused of killing his girls says he didn't lie about loan shark

B.C. father accused of killing his girls says he didn't lie about loan shark

VANCOUVER — A Vancouver Island father accused of murdering his two young daughters denied Monday he was lying to the court. At first Andrew Berry ignored the question from Crown attorney Patrick Weir who asked if he was making things up.
Feds amend shipyard search following complaint about bias toward Quebec's Davie

Feds amend shipyard search following complaint about bias toward Quebec's Davie

OTTAWA — The federal government has amended its search for a third shipyard in line for potentially billions of dollars in work following allegations of bias for Quebec's Chantier Davie yard, but is standing firm in several other areas.
'He lived the Canadian immigrant dream:' Memorial for MP Deepak Obhrai

'He lived the Canadian immigrant dream:' Memorial for MP Deepak Obhrai

CALGARY — Former prime minister Stephen Harper told a memorial service Monday that former member of Parliament Deepak Obhrai opened doors for new Canadians to become involved in politics.
Limited fish passage through landslide obstruction on Fraser River: DFO

Limited fish passage through landslide obstruction on Fraser River: DFO

LILLOOET, B.C. — Authorities dealing with a massive landslide in British Columbia's Fraser River say they've successfully helped thousands of salmon migrate north of the site, but millions of fish remain threatened by the obstruction.
StatCan study testing wastewater suggests Canadians' drug use varies by city

StatCan study testing wastewater suggests Canadians' drug use varies by city

MONTREAL — A pilot project that analyzed wastewater in five major urban centres suggests Canadians' may use drugs differently depending on which city they call home.
The unusual suspects: British Columbia's middle-class gang problem

The unusual suspects: British Columbia's middle-class gang problem

SURREY, B.C. — At the end of a tranquil cul-de-sac in a pleasant neighbourhood, a tall stucco house overlooks a well-kept lawn and lush flowerbeds.
Provinces, territories to have input in future price of carbon tax, McKenna says

Provinces, territories to have input in future price of carbon tax, McKenna says

OTTAWA — Any decisions about future increases in the carbon tax would take into account the views of provinces and territories, the federal environment minister says, using language that sparked accusations from Conservatives that she was misleading
Third-party advertiser disavows 'mass immigration' message on billboards

Third-party advertiser disavows 'mass immigration' message on billboards

OTTAWA — The third-party advertising group behind billboards promoting Maxime Bernier and his stance on immigration is now distancing itself from the message, saying it never signed off on the controversial campaign.