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yesterday at 22:02. Facebook
A convicted B.C. pedophile who was once the subject of an international manhunt after trying to digitally alter his face in images of child pornography has been released from prison and plans to live in Vancouver.

Convicted pedophile 'Swirlface' released, will live in Vancouver

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yesterday at 20:01. Facebook
Police have confirmed a man is dead after a stabbing in Surrey, B.C. early Sunday morning.

Man killed in early morning stabbing in Surrey

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yesterday at 18:30. Facebook
Most-read last week: The video, which was taken on Monday, shows a juvenile cougar emerge from a wooded area in Coquitlam and approach a glass door.

Caught on camera: Cougar approaches Coquitlam home

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yesterday at 16:44. Facebook
The new funding will mean the hiring of about 1,500 new teachers, adding to the approximately 1,000 already announced in the budget, for a total of 2,600 new positions.

1,500 new teachers to come after province reaches deal with union

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yesterday at 15:21. Facebook
His disappearance sparked one of the highest-profile missing persons investigations in Canada. Victoria police say they still have officers committed to the case.

'We continue to keep the hope alive': 26th anniversary of Michael Dunahee’s disappearance

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yesterday at 02:45. Facebook
"It's a real hassle trying to get into the city."

Winter over, construction season begins

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yesterday at 00:30. Facebook
B.C. landmarks - including the legislature building in Victoria - will join Earth Hour observations between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. tonight.

Earth Hour 2017: Major landmarks dim the lights worldwide

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03/25/2017 at 22:45. Facebook
Police have identified the man killed in Abbotsford yesterday. They say the victim was known to police and associated with gangs.

Man killed in daylight shooting in Abbotsford had gang ties, police say

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03/25/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Parks Canada says in a statement that wildlife specialists worked with the BC Conservation Officer Service on Thursday and Friday to scare the wolf and restore a natural separation between the species and people.

Parks Canada re-opens beach on Vancouver Island after wolf attack last week

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03/25/2017 at 18:59. Facebook
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03/25/2017 at 17:09. Facebook
Dottie is blind and relies on her best friend Scooter to get around. It’s a bond the Ontario SPCA is doing its best not to break.

They’re looking for a home that can keep the pony pair together: [ Ctv.news Link ]
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03/25/2017 at 15:37. Facebook
Will it be the prowling grey wolf, the great grey owl? What about the whooping crane, bison or grizzly bear?

Dubbed the "Eh! Team" by the Calgary Zoo, seven animals are in the running to become "Canada’s Greatest Animal."

Make way, beaver and gray jay: New contest seeks 'Canada's greatest animal'

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03/25/2017 at 14:04. Facebook
Canadian moms and dads will soon be able to choose an extended 18-month parental leave thanks to billions of dollars earmarked for child care in the federal budget.

But advocates say that not every family stands to benefit from the changes.

Canada introduces 18-month parental leave, but what's the catch?

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03/25/2017 at 04:09. Facebook
Rescuers helped a young girl stop a boat that was spinning in circles at full-speed after a man accidentally hit the throttle, throwing three overboard.

One of rescuers says he’ll never forget the little girl telling him, “I love my brother so much and I thought I was going to watch him die.”

Rescuers help 5-year-old stop boat after adults, toddler thrown overboard

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03/25/2017 at 03:03. Facebook
“You asked before whether the system failed us. To be honest, I don’t know what system there is. It’s very, very poorly put together with duct tape and chewing gum."

In an exclusive interview with CTV News, the parents of a toddler who died at a Vancouver daycare explained why they're worried it could happen again: [ Ctv.news Link ]
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03/25/2017 at 01:58. Facebook
#BREAKING: Police investigating a daylight shooting in Abbotsford. A man in his 20s has died.

Man dead after daylight shooting in Abbotsford

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03/25/2017 at 00:56. Facebook
Just in: The BC Liberals will be refunding $92,874.36 as part of an ongoing review of contributions made to the party in the last six years.

BC Liberals refunding more than $92K in indirect contributions

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03/24/2017 at 23:34. Facebook
A man identifying himself as the attacked dog’s owner reported that his small Shih Tzu named Cole was the one killed, calling him “the sweetest little dog there ever was.”

He said that Cole's sister, Opal was initially attacked by the pit bull, and that's when the "little hero" dog jumped in to defend her.

Pit bull destroyed after killing 'little hero' dog at Esquimalt Lagoon

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03/24/2017 at 22:27. Facebook
Surveillance video has surfaced of the moments leading up to a grisly crash that killed a 62-year-old woman in Surrey this week.

Footage shows van zooming through red light before fatal crash

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03/24/2017 at 21:24. Facebook
“My father was a very proud man,” said Lorne Grabher. “He always instilled in us that we should be very proud of our name… and this hurts.”

N.S. man's custom licence plate deemed 'socially unacceptable'

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