Katya Slepian

Police looking into VPD-involved collision that sent 3 to hospital

The independent police watchdog has been notified

Police investigate after woman stabbed in Vancouver

Report came in about a ‘disturbance’ in the Killarney neighbourhood

Dad files Charter challenge after B.C. bans kids from taking transit unsupervised

Adrian Crook is taking his fight to B.C. Supreme Court

Coquitlam piano teacher facing 5 new sex-related charges

Dmytro Kubyshkin is facing 15 charges in total

Police nab 14 alleged thieves with ‘bait electronics’

10 Vancouver residents are facing charges

Man facing charges after SkyTrain attendant, rider threatened

Alleged aggressor is ‘well known’ to police

New Surrey to UBC shuttle aims to cut congestion, free up students’ time

Founder says students will be able to read and study in the shuttle

B.C. home sales continue to decline: real estate association

Impacts of mortgage stress tests are still being felt

Lower Mainland gas prices will hit brief record-high after pipeline blast: analyst

Drivers could see 165.9 cents a litre at the pump

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Police still looking for man with rifle, South Surrey woman in court over death of daughter and more

B.C.’s veteran licence plates will not be expanded to police officers

Entry to the program will remain only for military personnel

One arrested after reports of man with long gun at Royal Columbian Hospital

Reports say man was looking to sell the rifle

First Nation sues B.C., feds, owner of tug that spilled 100K litres of diesel

October 2016 spill in the Seaforth Channel along the central coast near Bella Bella, irreparably damaged their marine harvesting areas, group says.

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B.C. gas prices could spike after refinery blast, barge catches fire in Fraser River and more

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Vancouver couple finds surprise giant mushroom, Woodlands abuse survivors receive compensation and more

Google+ to shut down after security bug revealed

Company admitted that there was ‘very low usage’ of its Facebook competitor

Compensation packages begin to roll out for Woodlands abuse survivors

B.C. psychiatric institution was closed in 1996

TransLink finalizes policy to keep bus drivers from driving high

Company says it won’t be doing saliva tests, but giving managers extra training

Three former youths in care ask TransLink to give teens free rides

Having aged out of government, they say fines from childhood have ruined their independence

TransLink asked to allow all dogs on public transit

Margaret Halsey says cities like Toronto, Calgary and Seattle allow all dogs during non-peak times