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  1. Court orders Burnaby couple to sell condo following ugly, long-running battle with neighbours

    05.25 / 04:45 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    Thibodeau and his partner believe they are the victims. They allege they've been threatened and subjected to homophobic…
  2. Windstorm causes widespread power outages in north Okanagan

    05.25 / 01:52 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    Powerful winds in the north Okanagan, Thompson and Shuswap regions overnight Tuesday left thousands of BC Hydro customers without…
  3. Former VPD detective faces new sex assault charges

    05.24 / 23:58 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    More criminal charges have been laid against a former Vancouver police detective…
  4. B.C. Election 2017: NDP retains lead in critical Courtenay-Comox riding

    05.24 / 23:10 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    The gap in the popular vote is also closing between the two major parties, showing the Liberals with 40.36 per cent support compared with the New Democrat's 40.28 per…
  5. New legislation good first step but not enough to curb fentanyl crisis: NDP critic

    05.24 / 22:22 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    Recently passed legislation aimed at curbing the influx of opioids into Canada is a good start but won’t be enough to combat the fentanyl crisis, according to NDP Health Critic Don Davies. “If you were dealing with any other issue where 60 Canadians are dying a week, you’d see more rapid action from the…
  6. One day left to give input on Vancouver’s new logo

    05.24 / 20:00 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    There is one day left for Vancouver residents to share their ideas on what the city's new logo should look…
  7. Schoenborn struggles with anger management: doctor

    05.24 / 20:00 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    A psychiatrist says a man found not criminally responsible because of a mental illness after killing his three children is making slow progress but still struggles with anger…
  8. Windstorm batters south Okanagan

    05.24 / 19:13 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    A windstorm that swept through B.C. hit the Penticton region hard Tuesday night. Waves crashed onto green space, leaving a trail of debris behind. The storm also seriously damaged Kiwanis Pier, forcing the city to close it down, with no estimate on when it will reopen. Wave damage to Kiwanis Walking Pier #Penticton pic.twitter.com/V8mFnKfIrd — …
  9. Cyclist not expected to survive injuries sustained in Saanich crash

    05.24 / 18:27 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    A cyclist badly hurt in a crash in Saanich Tuesday afternoon is not expected to survive his injuries. Just after 2 p.m., Saanich Police responded to a 911 call about a cyclist that had been in a collision with a van on Prospect Lake Rd near Munn Rd. The Saanich Police Department along with the BC A…
  10. ‘Storm surge phenomenon’: Assessing damage to the central Okanagan

    05.24 / 17:43 globalnews.ca Globalnews.ca - British Columbia
    "A storm surge phenomenon on lakes, created by high winds pushing a high volume of water in one direction, in addition to wave action on top of the surge, posed a serious threat to…