Monday, July 22, 2024
ADVT 
National

Man dies after double shooting in Burnaby, B.C.

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 07 Aug, 2022 12:34 AM
  • Man dies after double shooting in Burnaby, B.C.

A man has died in a double shooting on Highway 1 in Burnaby, B.C.

Burnaby RCMP say they were called Saturday afternoon by one of the shooting victims, and officers arrived to find a car pulled over on the westbound side of the highway with both people still inside.

The surviving victim, who was driving, is believed to have a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

Police say they are working to find out when and where the shooting happened, and how far the vehicle travelled before the driver pulled over.

Investigators did not release any suspect information, however they believe the shooting is tied to the Lower Mainland Gang Conflict.

They say a separate vehicle was found on fire in Burnaby and is believed to be connected to the incident.

MORE National ARTICLES

3D-printed 'ghost guns' seized in B.C.: CBSA

3D-printed 'ghost guns' seized in B.C.: CBSA
The Canada Border Services Agency says in a statement that officers executed a search warrant in West Kelowna on April 27 in relation to the smuggled firearms parts and discovered a 3D printing machine in the process of printing a handgun frame.

3D-printed 'ghost guns' seized in B.C.: CBSA

Clayton Ruby, renowned Canadian lawyer, dies

Clayton Ruby, renowned Canadian lawyer, dies
Renowned Canadian civil rights lawyer Clayton Ruby, who took on some of the country's most groundbreaking and high-profile cases, has died, his law firm confirmed Wednesday. In a statement, Ruby Shiller Enenajor DiGiuseppe said Ruby died Tuesday afternoon surrounded by his family.

Clayton Ruby, renowned Canadian lawyer, dies

Van. home sales down 43% from last July: REBGV

Van. home sales down 43% from last July: REBGV
Sales in the region totalled 1,887 last month and were 35.2 per cent below the 10-year July sales average. The board says these figures signal a new market cycle characterized by lessening demand for homes is here.

Van. home sales down 43% from last July: REBGV

B.C. fire numbers grow but weather offers respite

B.C. fire numbers grow but weather offers respite
The blazes newly identified as "fires of note" include a nearly nine-square-kilometre fire northwest of Cache Creek in the Kamloops Fire Centre, another that has burned roughly two square kilometres northwest of Kamloops, and a third in the Southeast Fire Centre covering 15 square kilometres between Kaslo and New Denver.

B.C. fire numbers grow but weather offers respite

Sales slide for fourth straight month as rising interest rates put brakes on Fraser Valley real estate market

Sales slide for fourth straight month as rising interest rates put brakes on Fraser Valley real estate market
The weaker demand resulted in prices dropping for the fourth consecutive month, most notably for detached homes which ended the month with a benchmark price of $1,594,400, down 3.5 per cent from last month and by 10.2 per cent since peaking at $1,776,700 in March. Residential combined properties benchmark prices are still up year-over-year by 18.1 per cent.  

Sales slide for fourth straight month as rising interest rates put brakes on Fraser Valley real estate market

Nomination for DARPAN Extraordinary Achievement Awards 2022 are now open

Nomination for DARPAN Extraordinary Achievement Awards 2022 are now open
DARPAN is excited to announce its 12th Annual DARPAN Extraordinary Achievement Awards which is set to take place on October 7, 2022, in Surrey​​. We come together to celebrate the achievements and extraordinary people of the South Asian community.

Nomination for DARPAN Extraordinary Achievement Awards 2022 are now open