The storm also injured several people in other parts of the region.
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If found guilty, Lindsey Hirtreiter could face jail time and a lifetime ban on owning animals.
Leader Tom Mulcair says an NDP government would invest $250 million over four years in police recruitment.
"... to prey on a 70-year-old woman is unconscionable."
In total, 35 dogs, 16 horses, and six cats were taken into the SPCA's care.
A pair of youth soccer associations in Surrey, B.C., has suspended a club while they investigate allegations of financial impropriety.
"Who would do that? Why would you ever want to do that to a horse?"
Colin Hill, 42, died Sunday night protecting his family, according to his wife.
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
"It's scary. You have so many emotions — you're angry, you're sad, you're frustrated, you're happy, but you really just want your kid to make it out."
It happened near a high school.
"More and more there are kids who come from affluent families who have the same draw and pull as the kids doing it out of necessity."
A 60-year-old Langley resident was commuting to his job in Delta in 2010 when his bus hit a bump, throwing him into the air and breaking his vertebra in his lower back when he landed.
The chain says it mistakenly overpaid some employees and is demanding immediate repayment, under threat of legal action.
Many victims of recent Surrey shootings are refusing to help the investigation, according to RCMP.
Police would not say whether the gunfire is linked to the 17 other shootings identified as a low-level drug trade turf war.
They allege that at times their solitary confinement cells were covered in feces
Julie Paskall was beaten to death while waiting to pick up her son in 2013.
The federal government is also committing $3.5 million over five years for a gang reduction program.
The Surrey man "was mistreated and bullied primarily because he was seen as weak and vulnerable."
SURREY, B.C. - Police in suburban Vancouver say the pilot of a small plane has died in a crash.Sgt. Dale Carr of the Surrey RCMP detachment says the a...
"Headlines were focusing on these shooting sprees, so we decided to have a kindness spree."
Hours before the latest shooting, Christy Clark told residents the government stands with them in fighting threats of violence.
Then comes the day that your kid doesn't have the money to buy the pot they feel they need. Someone will tell them that is OK, here is some pot to sell to your friends, and that is how it begins.
The community has been gripped with fear and some children have been afraid to leave their home, some residents say.
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