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Alberta Man Gets 3 Years For Writing 'Snitch' On Man's Chest With Torch, Knife

Alberta Man Gets 3 Years For Writing 'Snitch' On Man's Chest With Torch, Knife
Darren Curtis Lagrelle, 20, pleaded guilty today to forcible confinement and aggravated assault in Red Deer Court of Queen’s Bench.

Alberta Man Gets 3 Years For Writing 'Snitch' On Man's Chest With Torch, Knife

Fentanyl Trafficking Presents New Challenges For Police, Experts Say

Fentanyl Trafficking Presents New Challenges For Police, Experts Say

International regulations, online ordering and the potency of the drug are among the factors making it difficult to prevent the drug from slipping through Canada's borders.

Fentanyl Trafficking Presents New Challenges For Police, Experts Say

Covering 'Essential' Drugs Could Fill Health Gaps, Save Billions: Researchers

Covering 'Essential' Drugs Could Fill Health Gaps, Save Billions: Researchers

VANCOUVER — New research suggests that providing universal coverage for more than 100 prescription medications could save Canadians as much as $3 billion per year.

Covering 'Essential' Drugs Could Fill Health Gaps, Save Billions: Researchers

More Canadian Schools Move To Incorporate, Not Ban, Cellphones

More Canadian Schools Move To Incorporate, Not Ban, Cellphones

Researchers and educators agree that cellphones have become fixtures in Canadian classrooms, but opinion remains divided on how best to address their presence.

More Canadian Schools Move To Incorporate, Not Ban, Cellphones

B.C. Announces 50-cent-an-hour Increase In Minimum Wage, Starting In September

B.C. Announces 50-cent-an-hour Increase In Minimum Wage, Starting In September

The ministry says there will be an identical increase of 50 cents to the minimum wage for liquor servers, bringing it to $10.10 per hour in September.

B.C. Announces 50-cent-an-hour Increase In Minimum Wage, Starting In September

Abbotsford Police Issue Warning After Gang Violence Escalates

Abbotsford Police Issue Warning After Gang Violence Escalates
Abbotsford police have issued a warning of continuing gang conflicts in the Lower Mainland that are impacting public safety.

Abbotsford Police Issue Warning After Gang Violence Escalates