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B.C. seniors home refusing to return security deposits despite court orders

B.C. seniors home refusing to return security deposits despite court orders

Cherish at Central Park owes 6 different families a total of $34K, but so far the company refuses to pay
Lawyer argues officer's actions follow police tactics in Victoria death

Lawyer argues officer's actions follow police tactics in Victoria death

Hearing on police use of force in the 2019 death of Lisa Rauch wrapped on Wednesday, while the issue of whether an officer can invoke charter rights to avoid making notes to be revisited in September
Rauch family tells Victoria hearing they were kept in the dark following death

Rauch family tells Victoria hearing they were kept in the dark following death

Police shot Lisa Rauch with an anti-riot weapon after she had barricaded herself in an apartment on Christmas Day of 2019, allegedly high on drugs and wielding a knife
Elections BC IT director on leave after court ruling on Saanich privacy breach

Elections BC IT director on leave after court ruling on Saanich privacy breach

A B.C. Supreme Court Justice found Guy Gondor downloaded personal information to aid son in dispute with neighbours over bylaw violations while working for District of Saanich
B.C. death ruled homicide, RCMP mental health liaison expansion called for

B.C. death ruled homicide, RCMP mental health liaison expansion called for

Christopher Bloomfield was shot and killed by two RCMP officers while under the influence of a long list of hallucinogenic drugs
'You can expect some violence': Jury out in fatal B.C. police shooting

'You can expect some violence': Jury out in fatal B.C. police shooting

Christopher Bloomfield was shot 5 times by police in 2018 while under the influence of a long list of drugs
Greater Victoria man gets 3.5 years in prison linked to $400K drug bust in 2019

Greater Victoria man gets 3.5 years in prison linked to $400K drug bust in 2019

Jason Van Winkle was sentenced on charges related to three separate arrests, but given leniency for working toward addiction recovery
Victoria jury finds Mohamed Omar guilty of second-degree murder

Victoria jury finds Mohamed Omar guilty of second-degree murder

Omar guilty for the stabbing of John Dickinson outside Victoria's Lucky Bar nightclub in 2022
B.C. businesses challenging new short-term rental rules

B.C. businesses challenging new short-term rental rules

Arguments began on Monday (June 17) as a group representing property owners argues the rules shouldn't apply to established businesses
Cyclist hit by B.C. cop car sues, police say cyclist at fault

Cyclist hit by B.C. cop car sues, police say cyclist at fault

Police admit to hitting the cyclist, but say it was justified in attempt to pull him over and prevent him fleeing
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