The City of Richmond, Mounties, and the Insurance Corporation of B-C are teaming up to help fight the growing problem of catalytic converter thefts and their illegal sales. Participating automotive shops in Richmond will now etch the last eight digits of the vehicle identification number on the converters during routine maintenance appointments at no extra cost.
Police in Vancouver say a 35-year-old man who was riding an e-bike with no-helmet was found with a loaded gun and 60-thousand dollars worth of drugs. Officers tried to stop the man for safety reasons over the weekend, but a chase began when the suspect left the bike and tried to run.
The Canadian Media Guild says it has reached a tentative agreement with CBC/Radio Canada. In a statement, the union says the deal has been recommended by its bargaining committee and the details are currently being shared with its more than 4,400 members.
People across Canada are wearing pink today as a reminder to stand up against bullying. Premier David Eby says progress against bullying has been made, but there’s still a lot of work to do because it remains a pervasive problem on social media.
Police in Burnaby have confirmed a fire in a building overnight has killed one person. Burnaby RCMP say officers received a call from firefighters to assist at the scene near Metrotown Mall on Tuesday night. Police confirmed one fatality in the fire and that the B-C Coroners Service has taken over the investigation.
As per Dan Murphy of Sportsnet, Head Coach of the Vancouver Canucks, Rick Tocchet, got Arshdeep Bains in the lineup for his NHL debut. This is the first time a South Asian player is making his NHL debut with the Canucks—a truly proud moment for the community.