The application in B.C. Supreme Court comes after the churches filed a petition challenging the province’s prohibition on the services. Continue reading
Rumina Daya is an award winning journalist who has covered stories all over the world, including the war in Afghanistan and the Tsunami in Sri Lanka, for which she won an RTDNA (Radio Television Digital News Association) award.
Originally from Calgary, she graduated with a Communications degree with a major in journalism at Mount Royal College.
Rumina’s first job as a reporter was in Guadalajara, Mexico, where she was a writer and photographer for the Colony Reporter newspaper in 1998. She then moved on to broadcast journalism, joining CTV Saskatoon as a reporter and late night news anchor before moving on to Global Edmonton, and then Global BC in 2004 as a reporter.
From immigration and criminal injustices to adoption nightmares, Rumina is most passionate about helping people conquer David and Goliath battles.
When she’s not breaking stories, she can usually be found on a dance floor. She belongs to a salsa team called the Cuban Lady All Stars.
The children’s father is accused of killing their mother, and remains a fugitive. The children are currently living with the man’s mother in Peru. Continue reading →
With credit for time served, Grant received a sentence of one day in jail plus 12 months probation. Continue reading →
Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston were both convicted of six counts of first-degree murder in 2014 for the 2007 killings. Continue reading →
Robert Boule is accused of helping seven illegal migrants from Afghanistan and Syria cross into Canada from the Smugglers Inn, a bed-and-breakfast located steps away from the U.S.-Canada border. Continue reading →
At least 30 Sikh RCMP members have been reassigned since March 31, according to the World Sikh Organization of Canada. Continue reading →
The owner of the Smuggler’s Inn in Blaine, Wash. is accused of helping seven people illegally enter Canada between 2018 and 2019. Continue reading →
The owner of Balila Taste Kitchen says theft is out of control and he has to clean up human waste from his front door every morning. Continue reading →
“Any last words?” asked Madam Justice Laura Gerow. “I, um, no, I think I’m good,” replied Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam. Continue reading →
Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam was convicted in the killings of Dianna Mah-Jones, 64, and her retired husband Richard Jones, 68. Continue reading →
B.C.’s Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner is looking into a ruling that cleared two brothers of assaulting a Vancouver police officer following a traffic stop in 2018. Continue reading →
The incident stems from a routine traffic stop by officers that quickly turned violent. Continue reading →
Vancouver police are sharing new details about how investigators connected Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam to the horrific 2017 double murder that rocked a Vancouver neighbourhood. Continue reading →
Much of the court system, with the exception of urgent matters, came to a halt in mid-March amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →
Kimberlee Kasatkin was last seen alive in November 2016, entering her apartment in Lima, Peru. Continue reading →