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Lawyer seeks to reduce Quewezance sisters 3-decades old murder convictions to manslaughter

Lawyer seeks to reduce Quewezance sisters 3-decades old murder convictions to manslaughter

Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance have spent 29 years in prison for a murder they say they didn’t commit
B.C. tech firm hailed as Startup of the Year started up with other company's software

B.C. tech firm hailed as Startup of the Year started up with other company's software

B.C. tech firm acclaimed for 'innovation' violated copyright, court rules
B.C. hears from 161 First Nations on plans for old-growth logging deferrals

B.C. hears from 161 First Nations on plans for old-growth logging deferrals

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it is finalizing plans with First Nations that have indicated support for plans to defer logging in certain old-growth forests, while it continues talks with nations that need more time to decide.
Alleged Vancouver gangland killer to be tried in English

Alleged Vancouver gangland killer to be tried in English

A French-Canadian charged with first-degree murder in the April homicide of a reputed gangster has chosen to have his trial heard in English instead of French, as is his Canadian constitutional right.
Federal government announces closure of most Pacific herring fisheries

Federal government announces closure of most Pacific herring fisheries

VANCOUVER — Most commercial fisheries for Pacific herring on the West Coast have been closed with the exception of harvests by First Nations for food and ceremonial purposes.
RCMP officer in Surrey, B.C., pulls pair from vehicle that crashed into swimming pool

RCMP officer in Surrey, B.C., pulls pair from vehicle that crashed into swimming pool

SURREY, B.C. — An RCMP officer in Surrey, B.C., may add lifeguard to his credits after rescuing two people from a vehicle that had crashed into a swimming pool.
New West mom's 'terrifying' detention strikes fear among migrants and sparks Dec. 18 rally

New West mom's 'terrifying' detention strikes fear among migrants and sparks Dec. 18 rally

Woman detained by CBSA after dropping child off at sanctuary school
Arctic cold, snow, winter storm warnings up for areas of B.C.

Arctic cold, snow, winter storm warnings up for areas of B.C.

VANCOUVER — Extreme cold is in the forecast for parts of British Columbia, while residents in other areas are being warned that snow is on the way.
B.C. health minister says more public health orders could be coming

B.C. health minister says more public health orders could be coming

Recent transmission has come from smaller gatherings, not large events, according to Dix
B.C. woman dubbed 'Wires' wants stock fraud charges dropped

B.C. woman dubbed 'Wires' wants stock fraud charges dropped

The SEC alleges Yvonne Gasarchis received over $1 million between 2010 and 2019 for facilitating transactions between shell companies
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