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Victoria Has Cancelled Its 'Damaging' Canada Day Celebrations For 2021

It's replacing them with a broadcast that "explores what it means to be Canadian."

Victoria, B.C., has passed a motion to postpone its planned Canada Day celebrations in light of recent events in Kamloops.

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You Could Be Denied A New Driver's Licence Or Car If You Don't Pay COVID-19 Fines In BC

People are going to be "held accountable for the debt they owe," said Mike Farnworth

As of May 8, 2021, over $1 million worth of COVID-19 fines has been processed by ICBC. Meanwhile, only $172,825 of those tickets have been paid according to a press release from the province of B.C. This accounts for only 14% of the total.

As seen in the data, people aren't exactly jumping to pay their COVID-19 fines. As a result, the province proposed new legislation on Wednesday, May 12 that would result in people with unpaid COVID-19 fines being unable to renew their B.C. driver's licence or vehicle license.

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The FBI Just Joined An Investigation Of The Unsolved Murder Of A 24-Year-Old BC Woman

There are new leads in Lindsay Buziak's murder case.

The FBI has joined a 13-year-old B.C. murder investigation after advancements in technology generated new leads.  

Lindsay Buziak was 24 when she was killed in a vacant home in Saanich, B.C. in 2008.

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A Woman Spent 'Multiple Nights' In A BC Jail Then Left A 4.5-Star Rating & Rave Reviews

Well, you don't see that every day.

A little kindness sure does go a long way and a recent card delivered to West Shore RCMP in Langford, B.C. is proof.

In a rather unexpected turn of events, the police received a thank-you card from a woman who spent multiple nights in jail.

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BC Police Broke Up A 100-Person Gathering At UVic But Only 2 Tickets For $230 Were Issued

The gathering was on campus.

On Saturday, January 8, Oak Bay Police assisted University of Victoria security in breaking up a group of students who were breaking B.C. gathering limits by a long shot. 

Police tweeted a photo of the gathering, saying that a couple of the students refused to leave and were each given $230 tickets. 

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A Huge Snowstorm In BC Has About 32,000 People Without Power In Right Now

BC Hydro is working to fix the problem!

About 32,000 houses are without power right now on Vancouver Island due to a big B.C. storm on Monday, December 21.

BC Hydro says the cause of the outage is heavy, wet snow that has added weight to tree branches, causing them to break and crash into power lines and other electric equipment. 

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