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Dale Carr says after an eight-month investigation, investigators determined that nothing criminal led to the collision...BC's Office of the Police Complaints Commission to conduct a review of the investigation and offer recommendations.
Canada's first 911 service for the deaf is now serving southwestern British Columbia. E-Comm, the 911 answer point covering the region, says T911 service for the deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech impaired community launched early Tuesday. Those
The 12-year-old longboarder who collided with a moving car over the weekend remains in serious condition. Monday the youth and a friend had been riding down McClure Drive in Maple Ridge on Saturday afternoon. Both were laying on their stomachs on the
Another tremendous example of how all our integrated services and policing partners work together to keep our neighbourhood safe," said Cpl...Police said on May 3, Kebrina Marie Bell, 20, was sentenced to two years in prison for five break and enters.
A spider loitering in your living room may seem like an emergency, but it does not warrant a call to 911. That's the message from southwest B.C.'s E-Comm (Emergency Communications) dispatchers, who handle more than a million calls a year from Metro
The Integrated Riot Investigation Team has recommended a 10th round of charges against people alleged to have participated in the Stanley Cup riot...Laurence Rankin said Friday that 168 criminal charges against 40 more alleged rioters have been
A Stanley Cup rioter who once won a Miss Congeniality title during a beauty queen contest is changing her plea of not guilty to guilty. Sophie Laboissonniere, who was to appear in Vancouver provincial court on Thursday for a pretrial conference for a
Hundreds of people accidentally pocket dial for emergency help every year in B.C.'s Lower Mainland and Sea to Sky regions. But most of them hang up rather than talk to an operator because they're embarrassed about misdialing 911, said Maple Ridge
A Langley man found himself in a stand-off with police Friday afternoon after his roommate called 911 with reports of threats and possession of a gun. Eastleigh Crescent around 1:20 p.m., evacuating residents and workers from the area...We're just
A 23-year-old Burnaby man spent the weekend in jail as he began serving a seven month jail term for his part in last year's Stanley Cup riot in downtown Vancouver. Sean Yates pleaded guilty in Vancouver provincial court to participating in a riot and