SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia’s Integrated Child Exploitation unit wants vigilante groups to leave policing to the professionals after media attention on a group of civilians who are posting the names and photos of alleged abusers on social media.
VANCOUVER — Some facts on home sale figures for August released Friday by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, the first month of data available since the B.C. government brought in a tax on foreign buyers:
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SURREY, B.C. — Three high school teachers who failed to intervene when students organized a “Jar of Death” punishment at a camp have been disciplined by the agency that regulates educators’ conduct in British Columbia.