One man dead after crashing into Cloverdale hydro pole

RCMP are investigating if a medical issue caused collision

Conservatives elect new leader

North Okanagan-Shuswap MP optimistic about party’s future

Deadly unknown drug hits streets of New Westminster, police warn

One person is dead and another is in critical condition, prompting warning from police.

B.C. is using taxpayer money to outlast plaintiffs in health-care trial: critic

Private health advocates are trying to raise more money to continue the fight

Lunch with Surrey’s top cop among prizes in RCMP survey call

Surrey RCMP wants public’s help to update its ‘strategic framework’ for years 2018 to 2022

Shoreline cleanup project needs help in Surrey

World Environment Day-related effort in Canada from June 2 to 5

PAN's week in pictures


Rescue on the tracks


Freight train aids patient


PAN's week in pictures


Health Canada approves two safe consumption sites in Surrey

Surrey Mayor says sites will ‘help save the lives of some of the most vulnerable people’

Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Judith Guichon could be asked to decide fate of province if Premier can’t win support of Greens.

Living through a terrorist attack

A former Okanagan student was down the street from the Ariana Grande concert when the arena was attacked

Coal case decision expected in four to six months

‘A good example of what a grassroots movement can do’

White Rock tries to block OIPC order

The city is down to the wire on appeal of freedom of information release on water utility decision.

TransLink wants feedback on its Southwest Area Transport Plan

It’s the blueprint for transit/transportation in Richmond, South Delta and Tsawwassen First Nation

  • May 26th, 2017

Chilliwack sturgeon fishing guide kicked off the water for two years

Previously convicted of poaching in Alberta, Gerard Visneskie also handed four-year hunting ban

Coast Guard’s only search and rescue dive team to end

Federal government says the unit, based in Richmond, isn’t part of the ‘core mandate.’

Three new supervised consumption sites approved in B.C.

Two sites to come for Surrey and one for Vancouver.

City costs for Vancouver 4-20 marijuana protest more than $245,000

About 4,000 people were believed to take part in the day’s event

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority says it has no plans to deepen Fraser River

Analysis by the port authority determined deepening the river would be extremely costly

  • May 25th, 2017