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Sagmoen denied bail

Bail for Curtis Wayne Sagmoen was denied, to uproarious applause by rally supporters.

BC Ferries passengers wait to leave Vancouver Island after Remembrance Day

Traffic aboard BC Ferries slows after Remembrance Day long weekend

B.C. university pride group replaces white supremacy posters

Around 50 people walked through downtown Victoria to share posters of love

Pit bull cross, chihuahua owners must split costs for dogfight damage, judge rules

Eac side responsible for $577.43 towards injuries in Comox Valley incident

Date set for Sagmoen bail decision

Curtis Wayne Sagmoen will appear Nov. 14 at 9:30 a.m.

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Person hit by train
Pedestrian struck
Remembrance Day fly over
North Alouette River flood

Driver dead after dump truck hits median, catches fire on Highway 1

Westbound traffic is snarled after fiery early morning crash near 176th Street

Abbotsford residents help save life of man hit by 5-ton in Pitt Meadows

Jeremy Scholing and Matt Burnett performed life-saving measures after man struck on Lougheed Highway

UPDATE: Sagmoen awaits bail decision

Sagmoen’s matter will move to the judicial case manager Nov. 7 to fix a date for decision

Canada Post workers go on strike in Maple Ridge

Job action hits more than a dozen B.C. cities

Head of company behind Langley ammonia leak says incident has ‘silver lining’

Canature CEO John Milne discusses how the ammonia leak on Oct. 24 affected his business.

  • Oct 26, 2018

Record-breaking $113 million Lotto Max jackpot up for grabs

This is Canada’s highest top prize offering ever and includes 53 Max Millions

Man who fled cops and dumped truck at golf course pleads guilty

Incident in January involved arrests by Mission and Ridge Meadows RCMP

Canucks owner says Abbotsford one ‘option’ for farm team

Club’s contract with current home of farm team expires at the end of this hockey year

Popular Surrey teacher killed in semi tractor crash

Suminder Singh, 55, died after his SUV struck a semi tractor trailer

BC Ferries wants five new ships

Sights set on Canadian shipyards to build vessels for local routes

Expect unpredictable road conditions this long weekend, says ICBC

On average, four people are killed and 650 people are injured in 2,100 crashes in B.C. this weekend

Torched toilet sends flames shooting up from Golden Ears Bridge

Someone set a portable toilet on fire Monday on the bridge’s southbound side.

UPDATE: Multiple vehicle crash on Coquihalla clear

Accident near Great Bear Snowshed, expect major delays