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Vancouver Police Traffic Stop Uncovers 56 Kilos Of Cocaine

Vancouver Police Traffic Stop Uncovers 56 Kilos Of Cocaine
Police say patrol officers stopped a SUV with two people inside on Tuesday after they saw some suspicious behaviour.

Vancouver Police Traffic Stop Uncovers 56 Kilos Of Cocaine

Christy Clark Says Rachel Notley's Trip To B.C. To Promote Pipeline Took Courage

Christy Clark Says Rachel Notley's Trip To B.C. To Promote Pipeline Took Courage

Clark says she is meeting with Notley on Friday in Ottawa, where the premiers and prime minister meet to discuss the environment and health care.

Christy Clark Says Rachel Notley's Trip To B.C. To Promote Pipeline Took Courage

No Evidence To Convict Woman In Child Brides Case, B.C. Court Hears

No Evidence To Convict Woman In Child Brides Case, B.C. Court Hears
 
Joe Doyle, who is acting as an adviser to the court, says there's nothing that shows Gail Blackmore aided or abetted in the removal of a 13-year-old girl from Canada for a sexual purpose.

No Evidence To Convict Woman In Child Brides Case, B.C. Court Hears

Falling Ice From Metro Vancouver Bridges Damages At Least 40 Vehicles

Falling Ice From Metro Vancouver Bridges Damages At Least 40 Vehicles

A winter storm brought more than five centimetres of snow to the region Monday and there were numerous reports of snow and ice falling from bridges, leaving vehicles with cracked windshields and dented roofs.

Falling Ice From Metro Vancouver Bridges Damages At Least 40 Vehicles

Woman In Her 80s Trapped Outside Dies: Storm Warnings, Extreme Cold Continue On Prairies

Woman In Her 80s Trapped Outside Dies: Storm Warnings, Extreme Cold Continue On Prairies

Paramedics say a woman in her 80s was trapped for at least an hour outside a home near Didsbury in central Alberta on Monday.

Woman In Her 80s Trapped Outside Dies: Storm Warnings, Extreme Cold Continue On Prairies

Teen Who Sparked Toronto's Worst Mass Shooting Sentenced To Life In Prison

Teen Who Sparked Toronto's Worst Mass Shooting Sentenced To Life In Prison

Folorunso Owusu, who was 17 years old when he fired a gun sparking pandemonium on Danzig Street, was sentenced as an adult.

Teen Who Sparked Toronto's Worst Mass Shooting Sentenced To Life In Prison