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COVID-19 modeling data highlights safe distancing benefits as B.C. reopens

COVID-19 modeling data highlights safe distancing benefits as B.C. reopens

New COVID-19 modelling information highlights the virus-fighting benefits of safe distancing protocols as British Columbia reopens the province while the pandemic progresses.

COVID-19 modeling data highlights safe distancing benefits as B.C. reopens

Top Mountie in Kelowna transferred after videos show officer punching suspect

Top Mountie in Kelowna transferred after videos show officer punching suspect

The top Mountie in Kelowna, B.C., has been transferred to another job days after videos emerged of an officer punching a suspect. Supt. Brent Mundle is taking a new position with the senior management team of the force's Southeast Division based in the Okanagan city.

Top Mountie in Kelowna transferred after videos show officer punching suspect

Surrey RCMP say cases of child pornography have jumped more than double in a span of 3 years

Surrey RCMP say cases of child pornography have jumped more than double in a span of 3 years

Over the past three years, the Surrey RCMP Special Victims Unit has seen an increase in the number of child pornography related charges rising from 55 reports in 2017, to 122 reports in 2019. There has also been a persistent number of reports related to child luring, with 19 reports in 2017, 16 in 2018, and 18 in 2019.

Surrey RCMP say cases of child pornography have jumped more than double in a span of 3 years

Moment of crisis, unrest no time for U.S. to desert global partners: congressman

Moment of crisis, unrest no time for U.S. to desert global partners: congressman

The public health crisis gripping the world and civil unrest roiling cities across the United States are precisely why President Donald Trump should be embracing America's global friends and allies, not tearing down the rules-based international order, says a key member of the congressional committee that oversees global trade.

Moment of crisis, unrest no time for U.S. to desert global partners: congressman

Limit gun capacity to five bullets, victims group urges Trudeau government

Limit gun capacity to five bullets, victims group urges Trudeau government

As the government prepares new gun-control legislation, a victims group says magazine capacity should be limited to five bullets for all firearms to reduce the damage a mass shooter can do.

Limit gun capacity to five bullets, victims group urges Trudeau government

Canadians living in China watch developments in Meng case closely

Canadians living in China watch developments in Meng case closely

Canadian teacher Christopher Maclure remembers the first time he felt afraid living in China. Almost all the newspapers there carried stories about how angry Chinese officials were when Huawei's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou was detained by Canadian authorities in Vancouver at the behest of the United States.

Canadians living in China watch developments in Meng case closely

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