Could RCMP contract with Ottawa affect B.C. property taxes?
Canada Municipalities across B.C. could face combined costs of up to $145 million to pay for the retroactive costs of a contract recently signed between the federal government and the RCMP. As Emad Agahi reports, that could put even more upward pressure on property taxes.
‘That’s emotions, Mama!’: 4-year-old has heartfelt bedtime chat with his mom
Canada A mom and her 4-year-old son had a heartfelt conversation to help him process his feelings before bedtime, at their home in Prince George, British Columbia. Video captured by Jonisa Padernos shows her young son Aldie deeply contemplate the emotional journey he went on that day.
Murder charge laid after man stabbed outside Vancouver Starbucks dies
BC1 Paul Stanley Schmidt, 37, was stabbed outside the Starbucks at the corner of Granville and West Pender streets around 5:40 p.m. on Sunday following a “brief altercation,” according to police. Schmidt was rushed to hospital, where he later died. The suspect, 32-year-old Inderdeep Singh Gosal, was arrested at the scene and has since been
‘Targeted’ inflation relief for vulnerable Canadians coming in 2023 budget: Freeland
Canada Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland pledged on Monday that the Liberals would provide “additional, targeted inflation relief” to vulnerable Canadians in the 2023 federal budget. Freeland made the comments in Oshawa, Ont., where she teed up the government’s spending plans for the 2023 budget, set to be tabled on March 28.