UPDATE: Pot shops speak out on B.C.’s proposed rules on age, retail plan

Minimum age set at 19, and public and private retailers will sell it in stores.

Judge sympathetic to shooter in Langley death

‘I cannot imagine how difficult the last 333 days have been,’ judge said to Jason Wallace

Health and safety are issues for trans youth: University of B.C. survey

Almost half of young adult transgender people said they did not seek health care when they needed it

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          B.C. casinos must declare cash deposits in new rules over money laundering

          David Eby said the policy changes are the first interim recommendations from an upcoming independent review

          Seven properties selling on high-profile corner of Maple Ridge

          Lots on south side of Lougheed Highway, plans unknown

          B.C. Ferries making changes to sailing schedule in the new year

          Ferry corporation spacing out sailings out of Horseshoe Bay due to increased traffic volume

          Lower Mainland man pleads guilty over 2012 death of Island man

          Channon Paul Coulter has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of Port Alberni man

          Cascades Casino expansion now set for next year

          Langley City Council gives final approval to project

          Vancouver police ask for $700,000 drug-testing facility in wake of opiod crisis

          ‘It wouldn’t surprise me if we would see officers come across [fentanyl] on a daily basis:’ spokesman

          Mayor signs deal to find out more about overdose victims

          Statistics Canada partnership hoped to create better understanding of demographic that is overdosing

          470 new licensed child-care spaces are on their way

          Addressing shortage in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

          Alberta man convicted in Creep Catcher incident

          An Alberta man was convicted of criminal harassment for his involvement in a Creep Catchers sting

          Man charged after allegedly ramming RCMP cruiser

          Kamloops RCMP have charged a Barriere man after he allegedly fled from police and struck a police vehicle

          Liberal MP accuses Tory MP of ‘humiliating’ comments, sexual in nature

          Sherry Romanado levelled the accusation against Manitoba MP James Bezan on Monday

          Billy Bush says Trump ‘Access Hollywood’ tape is real

          The recording of the lewd conversation between Bush and Trump emerged during the 2016 presidential campaign

          Trudeau says trade with China an answer to rising populism

          The prime minister remained hopeful that Canada and China could forge ahead with a full-fledged trade deal

          BC Transit buys Abbotsford property for new bus facility

          Application submitted to city for rezoning; public consultation promised

          VIDEO: Langley City mayor Ted Schaffer won’t be seeking re-election

          Was planning to seek another term but says unspecified “health issues” forced decision