Jeff Nagel

Integrated Homicide Investigation Team Supt. Dwayne McDonald holds a photo of Conor D'Monte

Two more men charged with murder conspiracy in gang war

Alleged UN Gang members accused of plotting to kill Bacon Brothers in 2008-09

Integrated Homicide Investigation Team Supt. Dwayne McDonald holds a photo of Conor D'Monte
An estimated 10 to 20 per cent of auto insurance claims are at least exaggerated if not fraudulent.

ICBC lists ‘Hall of Shame’ of top car insurance scams

Public auto insurer steps up attempts to root out fraudsters

An estimated 10 to 20 per cent of auto insurance claims are at least exaggerated if not fraudulent.
Growth in the B.C. economy is forecast at at least three per cent in 2016 and beyond despite a downturn in global markets that has fueled consumer pessimism.

B.C. economy to grow in face of global turmoil

Credit Union sees three per cent growth for province, while poll finds pessimistic residents hunkering down

Growth in the B.C. economy is forecast at at least three per cent in 2016 and beyond despite a downturn in global markets that has fueled consumer pessimism.
Ride-sharing giant Uber is popular with passengers who have used the convenient smartphone-based service to hail rides in other cities.

Uber’s arrival in B.C. is inevitable: Stone

Province aims to preserve role for taxi industry when it opens door for ride-hailing services

Ride-sharing giant Uber is popular with passengers who have used the convenient smartphone-based service to hail rides in other cities.
Anti-pipeline protesters on Willingdon Avenue in Burnaby Tuesday.

Surrey wants NEB to order pipeline move, compensation

National Energy Board hearings on Kinder Morgan project open with march, protests

Anti-pipeline protesters on Willingdon Avenue in Burnaby Tuesday.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark says a proposed surcharge on housing is problematic.

Housing affordability tax floated by profs to cool real estate jets

Proposed 1.5 per cent surcharge would shift money from investor owners to other residents, promote rental of vacant homes

B.C. Premier Christy Clark says a proposed surcharge on housing is problematic.
Leaked security camera images circulated internally to B.C. police forces of men taking photos inside Pacific Centre Mall. They have since been identified and cleared of any suspicion. Black Press has obscured their faces.

Vancouver mall photographers innocent: VPD

Trio cleared of any suspicion following leak of internal police bulletin, security camera photos

Leaked security camera images circulated internally to B.C. police forces of men taking photos inside Pacific Centre Mall. They have since been identified and cleared of any suspicion. Black Press has obscured their faces.
Alex Gervais died when he fell from the fourth floor of an Abbotsford Super 8 hotel on Sept. 18.

Review finds 117 B.C. children in care housed in hotels

Report follows tragic death in Abbotsford of Alex Gervais, who spent 49 straight days in a hotel

Alex Gervais died when he fell from the fourth floor of an Abbotsford Super 8 hotel on Sept. 18.
A house in White Rock listed at $1.2 million.

Home owner grant cut-off rises

Threshold increase to $1.2 million shields some homes from bigger property tax bite

A house in White Rock listed at $1.2 million.
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MAP: Priciest properties in Surrey and Fraser Valley up more than $2 million

The 50 most expensive homes in the Valley range from $5.2 to $16.1 million and are dominated by Surrey properties

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Research engineer Kent Johansen had 13 seconds of warning the Dec. 29 earthquake was coming as a result of a network of sensors he helped design and deploy with a team of other UBC researchers.

Quake early warning system ‘worked like a charm’

Alert from network of sensors gave researcher 13 seconds of warning to protect family before shaking started Dec. 29

Research engineer Kent Johansen had 13 seconds of warning the Dec. 29 earthquake was coming as a result of a network of sensors he helped design and deploy with a team of other UBC researchers.
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Olivia, Ethan are B.C.’s top baby names

Top choices extend their streak of popularity in 2014, according to Vitals Statistics Agency

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Some of the illegal guns collected through Crime Stoppers' 'Cash for Guns' campaign.

‘Dozens’ of guns obtained via snitch campaign

More than 200 anonymous tips in first six months of 'Cash for Guns' drive: Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers

Some of the illegal guns collected through Crime Stoppers' 'Cash for Guns' campaign.
The majority of calls that come in to E-Comm 911 call-takers are legitimate emergencies

‘My roommate used my toothbrush’ among year’s worst 911 calls

E-Comm issues top 10 list of most inappropriate emergency calls

The majority of calls that come in to E-Comm 911 call-takers are legitimate emergencies
Aurora borealis in Yellowknife.

Northern lights may end year with a spectacle thanks to solar flare

Aurora borealis set to blaze further south than usual after Monday's sunspot eruption

Aurora borealis in Yellowknife.
Earthquake location.

UPDATED: Earthquake jolts B.C., lights up social media

Magnitude 4.7 quake centred east of Sidney widely felt in Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island

Earthquake location.
Mohammad Al Lwisi

Hundreds pledge rooms to unknown refugees

More than 360 offers of personal space in homes for Syrian refugees called unprecedented

Mohammad Al Lwisi
The loonie's recent tumble is the steepest three-year slide against the U.S. dollar in history.

Lowly loonie means winners and losers in B.C.

Canadian dollar to dive through 70 cents before bottoming at 67, predicts Business Council of British Columbia

The loonie's recent tumble is the steepest three-year slide against the U.S. dollar in history.
Central 1 Credit Union chief economist Helmut Pastrick.

‘Modest’ impact from down payment change

Federal government move to 10 per cent down on homes over $500,000 aims to limit risk if property market implodes

Central 1 Credit Union chief economist Helmut Pastrick.
The existing Metro Vancouver waste-to-energy plant in Burnaby burns 280

Metro Vancouver halts plan to build new garbage incinerator

Recycling gains, waste reduction means region has less garbage to burn than it originally expected

The existing Metro Vancouver waste-to-energy plant in Burnaby burns 280