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Claims of Surrey RCMP harassment fell into 'jurisdictional void': B.C. court papers

Claims of Surrey RCMP harassment fell into 'jurisdictional void': B.C. court papers

VANCOUVER — Lawyers for the Surrey Police Union say officers were subjected to harassment and disrespect by members of the Surrey RCMP, only to be left in a "jurisdictional void" when both federal and British Columbia bodies declined to investigate t
Princess Anne takes part in keys-to-the-ship ceremony for Arctic navy vessel in B.C.

Princess Anne takes part in keys-to-the-ship ceremony for Arctic navy vessel in B.C.

VANCOUVER — The first Arctic patrol vessel for Canada's Pacific fleet has officially been commissioned in a ceremony featuring Princess Anne, the sister of King Charles.
Fisheries Department warns boaters against disturbing orphan B.C. killer whale calf

Fisheries Department warns boaters against disturbing orphan B.C. killer whale calf

ZEBALLOS, B.C. — The Fisheries Department says it's monitoring and patrolling ocean waters off northwest Vancouver Island to ensure boat traffic doesn't interfere with an orphan killer whale calf's ability to reunite with her extended family.
Alberta Municipalities hasn't been asked for input on bill giving cabinet new powers

Alberta Municipalities hasn't been asked for input on bill giving cabinet new powers

EDMONTON — The umbrella organization for Alberta’s municipalities says it hasn’t been contacted by the province despite a promise to consult before amending a bill that grants Premier Danielle Smith’s government sweeping authority to fire councillors
Man charged with second-degree murder in White Rock, B.C., stabbing: RCMP

Man charged with second-degree murder in White Rock, B.C., stabbing: RCMP

WHITE ROCK, B.C. — Mounties say a man has been charged with second-degree murder in a fatal stabbing that shook the community of White Rock, B.C., last month.
Foreign interference may have 'impacted' 2021 result in one riding, inquiry finds

Foreign interference may have 'impacted' 2021 result in one riding, inquiry finds

OTTAWA — Foreign meddling attempts didn't change who won the last two federal elections in Canada, but may have changed the result in one riding in 2021, a public inquiry concluded Friday.
Police find man dead in charred wreckage 3 months after Edmonton fire

Police find man dead in charred wreckage 3 months after Edmonton fire

EDMONTON — Police in Edmonton have discovered a body in the charred remains of an apartment almost three months after a fire. The victim has been identified as 70-year-old Ricardo Olivares.
TD worst-case scenario more likely after drug money laundering allegations: analyst

TD worst-case scenario more likely after drug money laundering allegations: analyst

TORONTO — TD Bank Group could be hit with more severe penalties than previously expected, says a banking analyst, after a report that the investigation it faces in the U.S. is tied to laundering illicit fentanyl profits.
TransAlta cancels wind power project over new government rules on development

TransAlta cancels wind power project over new government rules on development

CALGARY — A major Alberta utility has cancelled a large wind power project in response to new government rules on where such developments can be built.
A timeline about the killing of B.C. Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar

A timeline about the killing of B.C. Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar

Police in British Columbia say they have charged three Indian nationals with the killing of Sikh activist and gurdwara leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, B.C., last year.