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Drones infiltrating prisons a threat Corrections Canada says it is tackling

Drones infiltrating prisons a threat Corrections Canada says it is tackling

Officials confident measures will help curb contraband smuggled into prisons
Province signs historic child and family services agreement with B.C. First Nation

Province signs historic child and family services agreement with B.C. First Nation

Province supports Sts’ailes asserting their own family services laws
Langley man given house arrest after fentanyl bust in Williams Lake

Langley man given house arrest after fentanyl bust in Williams Lake

Crown had asked for four and a half years behind bars after guilty plea
Police watchdog investigates Kelowna RCMP involvement in motorcycle crash

Police watchdog investigates Kelowna RCMP involvement in motorcycle crash

The crash occurred at Highway 97 and University Way on Apr. 15
B.C. reaction to the 2024 federal budget predictably mixed

B.C. reaction to the 2024 federal budget predictably mixed

Reaction from B.C. businesses and political opposition ranges from supportive to critical
‘From lab to love’: Former research beagles play in Kelowna after rescue

‘From lab to love’: Former research beagles play in Kelowna after rescue

The Beagle Alliance rescued 10 pups that were being used as laboratory test subjects
Man convicted of killing UVic student to live in Vancouver on day parole

Man convicted of killing UVic student to live in Vancouver on day parole

Scott Ian MacKay serving life sentence for murder of Greater Victoria’s Marguerite Telesford
Saanich police look for stolen First Nations art, Inuit carvings worth $60K

Saanich police look for stolen First Nations art, Inuit carvings worth $60K

Police say the artwork was taken from a home in Gordon Head
More than 100 prison guards rally in Abbotsford over increased violence

More than 100 prison guards rally in Abbotsford over increased violence

Union representing correctional officers says incidents have gone up 45%
Marine plankton could act as alert in mass extinction event: UVic researcher

Marine plankton could act as alert in mass extinction event: UVic researcher

Fossil record analysis shows that plankton community structures change before a mass extinction