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  1. RECALL: ‘Original Kulfi’ frozen dairy products sold at a Surrey ice cream shop

    09.20 / 19:51 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Inspectors have found the product was being prepared at an unlicensed and unapproved facility and it could be contaminated. It was sold at a Surrey ice cream shop and convenience…
  2. Couple on cross-country move to Vancouver loses almost everything when cube van is stolen

    09.20 / 17:00 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    A bass guitar, quilt and handmade tool box are among the sentimental items belonging to a couple moving from Moncton, New Brunswick to Vancouver, which were lost after their moving truck was…
  3. Reports: Shooting in Langley

    09.20 / 14:24 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Two days after a deadly shooting in Richmond, it appears there may have been more gunfire in…
  4. Motion put forward to bring in more data for Vancouver rental market

    09.20 / 06:26 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Renting in Vancouver is tough, but the city is working on a database to show you where your housing options…
  5. Earthquake not expected to badly affect BC economic stake in Mexico

    09.20 / 02:35 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Business between British Columbia and Mexico probably won't suffer economically after the powerful, 7.1 magnitude earthquake in the central part of that…
  6. Therapy dog mistaken for wolf, shot and killed near Whistler

    09.20 / 02:12 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    A woman says her four-year-old therapy dog has been shot and killed by a hunter who mistook the animal for a wolf near…
  7. Court certifies class-action suit involving 450 foreign workers who got no jobs

    09.19 / 23:01 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    The Supreme Court of British Columbia has certified a class-action lawsuit against Mac's Convenience Stores and three Surrey-based immigration consultants who collected thousands of dollars from foreign workers who were promised non-existent…
  8. Horgan defends backtrack on subsidies for political parties

    09.19 / 22:20 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Premier John Horgan is defending his government's decision to include a temporary taxpayer-funded allowance in new campaign finance…
  9. Further proof the local rental market may be increasingly unaffordable

    09.15 / 02:54 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    The median price for a one-bedroom apartment in Vancouver is $2,020, which according to PadMapper, is up 1.5 per cent from last…
  10. Preventable dental issues land people in the ER: study

    09.15 / 02:33 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    If people had better access to health care, there would be fewer folks packing the room at local ERs, that's the finding of a new study by…
  11. RCMP officer injured after crash in Richmond

    09.15 / 00:31 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    The crash happened around Westminster Highway near Jacombs Road. The officer's injuries are not considered to be…
  12. Temporary traffic delays around Commercial-Broadway this month

    09.15 / 00:11 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    TransLink says starting this Friday, construction for upgrades at the SkyTrain station will result in some temporary traffic delays for those taking the bus, SkyTrain or…
  13. New IIO boss ran Nova Scotia’s incident squad

    09.14 / 22:06 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Ron MacDonald has been named the new civilian director of the Independent Investigations Office, which probes all cases where police in BC are involved in a death or serious…
  14. Convicted sex offender pleads guilty plea to 2014 killing of Surrey teen

    09.14 / 20:42 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Raymond Caissie has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the September, 2014 killing of 17-year-old Serena Vermeersch in…
  15. No appeal of decision finding Schoenborn is not a high-risk accused

    09.14 / 19:39 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Crown counsel says it will not appeal the ruling that found Allan Schoenborn is not a high-risk accused. Schoenborn was found not criminally responsible for the deaths of his three kids in Merritt back in 2008. On August 31, a BC Supreme Court judge rejected the Crown’s request that Schoenborn be given …
  16. Woman assaulted in Surrey park

    09.14 / 18:56 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    A woman was walking her dogs on a trail in Buckley Park when a man tried to attack her. She was not physically hurt but is very…
  17. Province apologizes for prolonged paving work that led to major traffic backups

    09.14 / 18:34 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    METRO VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – The provincial government is issuing an apology to all drivers stuck in the mess on Highway 1 yesterday because of paving work that didn’t wrap up on time. The Ministry of Transportation says the contractor doing the work was supposed to be gone by 5 a.m. but didn’t leave until 8:30 …
  18. Justice minister raises issue of criminalization of HIV non-disclosure

    09.14 / 17:51 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould is raising the issue of whether criminal charges are the right way to deal with HIV…
  19. British Columbians divided on Trans Mountain expansion: poll

    09.14 / 17:30 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    Of those surveyed across the province, 46 per cent say they oppose the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, while 44 per cent support…
  20. Partners pull plug on Aurora LNG project near Prince Rupert for economic reasons

    09.14 / 17:08 www.news1130.com News1130.com - British Columbia
    n the latest setback to B.C.'s liquefied natural gas export industry prospects, the partners developing the Aurora LNG project say they are ending a feasibility study after four…