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A non-guilty verdict for a White Rock homicide, firefighters train in Langley and more

1. Not-guilty verdict in 2014 homicide in White Rock

Jeffrey Caillé found not criminally responsible for death of Bruce Ridout due to mental disorder. See more >

2. Strength, endurance tested in FireFit challenge

Firefighters from B.C., the Yukon, Alberta and Washington State tested their strength and endurance as they competed in the FireFit Pacific Regional Championships over the weekend in Langley. See more >

3. UBC economist says election result unlikely to shift after absentee ballots counted

Correction of BC Elections transcription error means neither NDP or BC Liberal likely to flip seats. See more >

B.C. leaders

4. Unicorns of the sea hunt their prey

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada release aerial footage of the sea unicorns swimming. See more >

5. Liberal bill will bar oil tanker traffic from northern B.C. coast

A voluntary ban keeps most big tankers out of the area, the legislation will formalize the process. See more >


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