Today: Friday, May 25, 2018, 1:29 pm (PST)

  • it-scams

    Vancouver Police arrest ATM scammers

    Vancouver: Charges have been approved after Vancouver Police arrested two men last week for allegedly tampering with automated teller machines — which resulted in users’ cards getting trapped and their ...

  • pop up survey

    Pop-up surveys can be scams, traps and costly?

    Ottawa: Have you ever come across those annoying pop-up windows or online surveys? They often claim that you’ll get a free product in exchange for a few minutes of your ...

  • icbc warns

    ICBC warns: long weekend brings more crashes​

    As drivers hit the road this Victoria Day long weekend, police will be conducting a province-wide enforcement blitz to target high-risk driving behaviours to keep B.C. roads safe as part ...

  • David EBy

    New law to safeguard freedom of expression

    Victoria: British Columbians’ right to freely participate in debating matters of public interest – without fear of facing unfair litigation and associated costs – will be better protected under proposed ...

  • break and enter

    Break & enter interrupted by home owner

    A residential break and enter in progress was interrupted by a resident of the home on Thursday, May 10, at approximately 3:00 PM. The incident occurred in the 1200 Block ...

  • paint lines

    More reflective line paint means better visibility

    VICTORIA – Crews have started line painting throughout the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island, with higher-quality glass beads included in the paint formula, so drivers can see brighter, more ...

  • Mike Farnworth

    Wireless alerts begin in B.C. today at 1:55 p.m.

    Victoria: Wireless alerts will be tested for the first time in B.C. at 1:55 p.m. Pacific time on May 9, 2018, as part of a federal-provincial government initiative to improve ...