Tom Zytaruk

ICBC says one car broken into every hour in B.C.

ICBC says one car broken into every hour in B.C.

Roughly 10,000 vehicles were broken into throughout the province in 2016

ICBC says one car broken into every hour in B.C.
B.C. boosts funding for women, children affected by violence

B.C. boosts funding for women, children affected by violence

Premier John Horgan said that funding for these kinds of services “has been stagnant,” in the past

B.C. boosts funding for women, children affected by violence
BC Hydro issues storm safety tips

BC Hydro issues storm safety tips

Bulletin indicates “electrical contact incidents resulting in serious injury are on the rise.”

BC Hydro issues storm safety tips
ICBC says 25 per cent more traffic crashes happen on Halloween

ICBC says 25 per cent more traffic crashes happen on Halloween

It works out to 330 people injured in 920 crashes across the province.

ICBC says 25 per cent more traffic crashes happen on Halloween
Opponents of LGBTQ program to file human rights complaint against Surrey School District

Opponents of LGBTQ program to file human rights complaint against Surrey School District

District denied Parents United Canada right to rent Bell Performing Arts Centre for rally next month

Opponents of LGBTQ program to file human rights complaint against Surrey School District
A university study finds that about nine per cent of Canada’s Grade 11 and 12 students – roughly 66,000 teens – have driven within an hour of drinking and 9.4 per cent drove after using marijuana.                                 Photo: Now-
Leader file

One in three Canadian high school students have ridden with drinking drivers, study reveals

Nearly one in five rode with a driver who’d been smoking pot

A university study finds that about nine per cent of Canada’s Grade 11 and 12 students – roughly 66,000 teens – have driven within an hour of drinking and 9.4 per cent drove after using marijuana.                                 Photo: Now-
Leader file
Surrey Creep Catchers president Ryan LaForge with his 'promise to appear in court' document

Surrey Creep Catchers aiming to expand into small-town B.C.

Exactly where, says SCC president Ryan LaForge, is 'a secret'

Surrey Creep Catchers president Ryan LaForge with his 'promise to appear in court' document