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yesterday at 23:57. Facebook
"There is no fair attempt to describe or analyze the facts, or to provide opinion or debate. The purpose of the exercise is to entrap individuals," a report from B.C.'s acting privacy commissioner says.
"There is no fair attempt to describe or analyze the facts or

Creep Catchers must destroy videos: privacy commissioner ruling

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RL Dakin
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yesterday at 22:33. Facebook
A 31-year-old woman has been charged with fraud, theft and using forged bank statements after more than $35,000 went missing from a Surrey elementary school bank account.

The money, which had been raised over three years through bake sales and bottle drives, was earmarked for a new playground.
A 31 year old woman has been charged with fraud theft and

Woman charged after $35K disappears from school bank account

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Dee Mac
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yesterday at 21:28. Facebook
Three baby beavers are recovering after being rescued from a ditch in Mission where they were found covered in motor oil.

Critter Care Wildlife Society said the beavers were given dish soap baths and antibiotics, and they are now doing much better: [ Ctv.news Link ]
Three baby beavers are recovering after being rescued from a ditch in

Baby beavers covered in oil saved from ditch

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Jen Morrison
Craig Smith
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yesterday at 20:27. Facebook
Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas and its partners have scrapped a $36-billion liquefied natural gas megaproject they had planned to build in B.C.
Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas and its partners have scrapped a

Petronas cancels $36B LNG megaproject planned for B.C.

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Roy Whitney
Sandra Todosychuk
Bobby G Wilson
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yesterday at 19:31. Facebook
Police are warning the public about a cougar that attacked a small dog in Port Moody this week.
Police are warning the public about a cougar that attacked a small

Public warned after cougar attacks small dog in Port Moody

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April Blagden
Heather Virtue-Lapierre
Judith Lee Steadman
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yesterday at 17:32. Facebook
Affordable housing advocates stormed a council meeting in Burnaby Monday night over a controversial development plan they say threatens to displace thousands of low-income residents.
Affordable housing advocates stormed a council meeting in Burnaby Monday night over

Protestors storm Burnaby council meeting over Metrotown development plan

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Lola Run
Dana Davidson
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yesterday at 16:30. Facebook
A man and woman face second-degree murder charges following a series of stabbings in downtown Chilliwack earlier this month.
A man and woman face second degree murder charges following a series

Man, woman face murder charges after fight that left 2 dead

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Judith Lee Steadman
Jeremiah Judson James Smith
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yesterday at 14:04. Facebook
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer captured this timelapse video of the Northern Lights as seen from the ISS: [ Ctv.news Link ]

"People have asked me what a 'burrito of awesomeness smothered in awesome sauce' is... Well folks, it looks like this…awesome sauce is green."
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer captured this timelapse video of the Northern Lights

Timelapse: Northern lights from space

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Steve Voteary
Jim Moorebaum
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yesterday at 05:14. Facebook
The loonie hit 80 cents US on Monday, a level it hasn't closed at in more than two years.
The loonie hit 80 cents US on Monday a level it hasn't closed at in more than two years

Canadian dollar climbs above 80 cents US

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Lorraine Armstrong
Richard Belleza
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yesterday at 04:11. Facebook
They may topple over dozens of times a day, but two cats in Esquimalt aren’t letting their unique neurological condition slow them down when it comes to online fame.
They may topple over dozens of times a day but two cats

'Wobbly cats' use online fame to spread awareness

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Tracy Carne
Candice Samantha
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yesterday at 03:09. Facebook
As high real estate prices and shrinking spaces become the norm in Vancouver, a new line of furniture is offering a way to morph your bedroom into a living room, or your office into a gym, all with the touch of a button: [ Ctv.news Link ]
As high real estate prices and shrinking spaces become the norm in

Robotic furniture turns tiny spaces into multiple rooms

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Andrew Ceulemans
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yesterday at 02:07. Facebook
The search for 34-year-old Sophie Dowsley has been suspended after 10 days of combing the area near Statlu Lake.

The body of Dowsley's partner Greg Tiffin was found last week.
The search for 34 year old Sophie Dowsley has been suspended after

Search for missing Australian woman at Statlu Lake suspended

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Tait Jonnson
Traci Bast
Gary Douglas
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yesterday at 01:07. Facebook
Drivers in British Columbia who disobey the rules of carpool lanes are being busted in record numbers, according to statistics from ICBC.
Drivers in British Columbia who disobey the rules of carpool lanes are

ICBC stats show spike in tickets for improper use of HOV lanes

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Scott Hawes
Alejandro Enlaplaya
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yesterday at 00:04. Facebook
Update: Just an hour after RCMP alerted the public of Terrance Giesbrecht's disappearance, police announced that the man was back in custody. Original post follows.

A man found not criminally responsible for the deaths of two men in 2004 has escaped custody at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Coquitlam for the second time.

Those who see Giesbrecht are advised not to approach him, but... View more »
Update: Just an hour after RCMP alerted the public of Terrance Giesbrecht's

Killer escapes custody at Forensic Psychiatric Hospital

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Stacey Compston
Shannon Phillips
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07/24/2017 at 23:01. Facebook
UPDATE: Police said a member of the public has found the launcher and tear gas. Original post follows.

Have you seen this gas gun?

B.C. Mounties are advising the public to be on the lookout for a lost tear-gas launcher and related ammunition, believed to have fallen out the back of a truck on Sunday.
UPDATE: Police said a member of the public has found the launcher

Missing tear-gas launcher fell out of truck: B.C. Mounties

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Dean Thwaites
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07/24/2017 at 21:54. Facebook
There were about 55,000 offences related to marijuana reported to police in 2016, about 6,000 fewer than reported the year before.
There were about 55 000 offences related to marijuana reported to police

Police-reported pot offences decline in 2016: StatsCan

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Adam Johnson
Timothy Sattler
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07/24/2017 at 20:51. Facebook
JUST IN: Drivers in B.C. could be paying 30 per cent more on insurance premiums by the year 2019 if dramatic action isn't taken, according to an independent review of ICBC's finances.
JUST IN: Drivers in B C could be paying 30 per cent

ICBC premiums could jump 30 per cent by 2019: report

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Kelso Stavem
Mark Unger
Peter Cheung
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
07/24/2017 at 20:24. Facebook
#BREAKING: Winston Blackmore and James Oler, former bishops of an isolated religious commune in British Columbia, have been convicted of practicing polygamy.

Blackmore is alleged to have 24 wives, and Oler is accused of having five.
BREAKING: Winston Blackmore and James Oler former bishops of an isolated

Bishop found guilty in decades-long B.C. polygamy case

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Fiona Christina-Jean Ferrier
Colleen Michaels
Paul Harper
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07/24/2017 at 19:40. Facebook
Know anyone looking for a cooking job?

Despite paying $18-20 per hour, this popular restaurant says it's forced to reduce its hours because it can't find enough kitchen staff.
Know anyone looking for a cooking job Despite paying 18 20 per

Tomahawk Barbeque reduces opening hours because it can't find cooks

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Erick Munoz
Robyn Guinn
Wade Parsons
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07/24/2017 at 18:35. Facebook
The death toll climbed to 10 in the case of a broiling tractor-trailer found packed with immigrants, federal authorities said Monday as a suspect in the smuggling case awaited a court appearance. [ Ctv.news Link ]
The death toll climbed to 10 in the case of a broiling
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