“You have not affected us. We will continue our fight. We will continue the fight against HIV stigma.”
A graduate of BCIT, Ben first started at CKNW as an intern. When he’s not planning shows for the weekend, he can usually be spotted at the hockey rink either in the stands or on the ice.
The Granville Strip was the site of a double stabbing early this morning.
Abbotsford Police confirm one man has died after a head-on vehicle collision on Friday night.
A Burnaby housing co-op is suing its former president claiming she committed fraud by depositing cheques meant to pay for services done at the complex into her personal bank account.
Four people allege the man has been inviting himself to funerals across Metro Vancouver likely to fill up on food and drink.
New Westminster Police are asking for your help in finding a 73-year-old woman with dementia.
Wyncel Chan’s sister Mariel was in St Martin with their mother getting ready for her to attend medical school when Hurricane Irma touched down
Service hours will be added in areas that are either “under-served or not serviced.”
“It’s pain management in a different way. It’s not going to kill you.”
The B.C. government ended the last fiscal year with a $2.7-billion dollar surplus but finance minister Carole James is still taking a cautious approach.
“You know, when lots of people are in need and when our province is under a state of emergency, it says something.”
“So far today, I’ve seen one patient and I’ve got three patients booked this afternoon,” Dr. Ashala Mah said.
“Well, we have spoken, I’m meeting Mr. Horgan again today. I’ve told him that I will be bringing this in in October, and he’s supportive.”
Yihao Wang has been charged with excessive speeding.
The teachers’ watchdog says Low called a group of students “f***ing bitches” because they were playing a game of cards as he was starting his lesson.