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Federal Government Earmark $327m Over Five Years To Fight Gun, Gang Violence

Federal Government Earmark $327m Over Five Years To Fight Gun, Gang Violence

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the federal government is allocating up to $327.6 million over five years and $100 million a year after that to fight gun and gang violence.

Federal Government Earmark $327m Over Five Years To Fight Gun, Gang Violence

WATCH: In Vancouver Angelina Jolie Urges Un To Renew Efforts To Stop Sexual Violence In War

WATCH: In Vancouver Angelina Jolie Urges Un To Renew Efforts To Stop Sexual Violence In War

The Academy Award-winning actress was addressing foreign dignitaries and military officials attending the two-day United Nations peacekeeping summit, where the role of women in preventing conflict figured prominently.

WATCH: In Vancouver Angelina Jolie Urges Un To Renew Efforts To Stop Sexual Violence In War

Vancouver Police Arrest Man Caught Breaking Into Home Under Construction

Vancouver Police Arrest Man Caught Breaking Into Home Under Construction

A 37-year-old man is in jail after police watched him allegedly break into a home under construction on Vancouver’s west side on Monday evening. The suspect was arrested as he removed building supplies from the home.

Vancouver Police Arrest Man Caught Breaking Into Home Under Construction

Police Escort Anti-Pipeline Protesters Away From Trudeau Media Event

Police Escort Anti-Pipeline Protesters Away From Trudeau Media Event

Hayley Zacks and 24-year-old Jake Hubley stood with signs protesting the pipeline before telling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau he can't fulfil his climate action promises if projects like Trans Mountain are approved.

Police Escort Anti-Pipeline Protesters Away From Trudeau Media Event

Organizers Announce Hiatus For 2018 Tall Tree Music Festival

Organizers Announce Hiatus For 2018 Tall Tree Music Festival

Tall Tree Music Festival co-founder and director Mike Hann blames the low Canadian dollar and an oversaturated concert market for the hiatus.

Organizers Announce Hiatus For 2018 Tall Tree Music Festival

Woman To Make Court Appearance After Stabbing At Motel In Nanaimo, B.C.

Woman To Make Court Appearance After Stabbing At Motel In Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — A 44-year-old woman who allegedly stabbed a man at a motel has been arrested in Nanaimo, B.C.

Woman To Make Court Appearance After Stabbing At Motel In Nanaimo, B.C.