Surrey RCMP are investigating after shots were fired at an officer during an attempted traffic stop Friday evening.
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According to officers, the shooting appears to be targeted and the parties are known to each other. However, it is unrelated to the Lower Mainland gang conflict.
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A Saturday night shooting between two vehicles in Surrey’s Newton area is believed to be targeted, RCMP say. Mounties responded to a report of shots fired at 8:40pm.
One person is in custody following a stabbing in North Delta Friday night. The victim was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The health authority said in a statement that it has closed the hospital’s Unit 4 to new admissions and transfers, and suspended non-essential visits.
North Shore Rescue has launched an interactive “survive your own adventure” learning video to educate the public on backcountry safety.
The amount of people rolling up their sleeves for a COVID-19 vaccine is growing in B.C., but there are areas of the province where uptake remains low.
Some restaurants in Metro Vancouver are taking special precautions in the wake of the ongoing Lower Mainland gang conflict, including warning employees.
University of British Columbia researchers are launching a Canada-wide COVID-19 vaccine registry to collect immunization data from pregnant and breastfeeding individuals.
One man is in custody following a stabbing at Hillside Mall in Victoria Tuesday night that left a guard with life-threatening injuries, police said.