A province wide warrant has been issued for 24-year-old Austin Durocher, who is charged with one count each of assault, assault by choking, suffocating or strangling, causing unnecessary pain, suffering or injury to an animal and uttering threats.
B.C. Premier David Eby says the province wants to remain "in sync" with West Coast American states and he's "very much looking forward to getting rid of daylight saving time." B.C.'s time change at 2 a.m. Sunday morning may be its last.
Vancouver Police are releasing video of recent purse thefts in highly populated businesses in the downtown core to illustrate how easily this crime can happen. The following incidents have been reported since January, and investigators believe that the same person is responsible for all.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says the next round of boosters will target people at the "highest risk" of severe illness. That includes people aged at least 80, Indigenous people aged at least 70 and long-term care residents.
The government has been under intense scrutiny in recent weeks over allegations in media reports that they did not act when they were warned China was trying to interfere in the last two federal elections. The reports by Global News and the Globe and Mail newspaper cite unnamed security sources and leaks of highly classified documents.
Joly said Canada has been pushing China to expand its talks with Russia to include Ukraine, while South Africa's envoy urged Canada to instead support a settlement to the war. She was speaking at a public discussion on multilateralism with Norwegian Foreign Affairs Minister Anniken Huitfeldt in Ottawa.