"You're looking at a minimum of three hours before you're even back on the road."
Peter Lepine, West Vancouver police department's chief constable, warns that prosecution of alleged drunk drivers will slow down after a judge struck down a portion of B.C.'s tough drinking driving legislation as unconstitutional (from a Dec. 2 news story).
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"The end result is the same, but the votes were closely scrutinized like they should be when it's this close."
Chris Dorais, a candidate for school trustee who lost to Christie SacrÃ© by a single vote after a recount of the Nov. 19 election, talks about why the recount was important despite it not changing the initial result (from a Nov. 30 news story).
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"I would say that he probably wants to keep his ring in a nice, safe place so he doesn't accidentally flush it down the toilet. . . ."
District of North Vancouver Fire Chief Victor Penman congratulates his firefighter Neil McKinlay on winning the Grey Cup with the Lions, but says the junior officer will still have to do the dirty work around the station, including scrubbing toilets (from a Nov. 30 news story).