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Police seek suspect in New Westminster machete attack

cknw.com — Police are looking for a man who threatened some people in a New Westminster parking lot with a machete last weekend. The suspect approached a vehicle at 7th and Belmont early Sunday morning and started slashing at it with the large knife.

Donations are down to Salvation Army Christmas kettles

A murder charge against Delta Police Constable "absolutely unconscionable"

Dec 19, 2014

BC Police Assoc. prez "can't think of a circumstance" where it would be appropriate to charge an officer with murder j.mp/1CdqqQO

Clark shuffles Virk out of Advanced Education

cknw.com — It's not really a cabinet shuffle, more of a cabinet tweak, but Premier Christy Clark has moved a minister who's been facing a lot of heat in recent months. Clark has moved Amrik Virk out of Advanced Education, after months of controversy over his role in a spending scandal while a board member at Kwantlen University.
Dec 18, 2014

.@ChristyClarkBC shuffles Virk out of Advanced Education. BCNDP wanted him fired. bit.ly/1v5n9xT

Feds say lower prices coming for wireless users

cknw.com — Changes are coming for wireless users in Canada. Industry Minister James Moore has announced new measures he says will make more spectrum available to Canadians than ever before. Wireless services require spectrum, which is the invisible infrastructure, that carries wireless information.

Virus prompts B.C. government email shutdown

Mayors, government finalize transit referendum

Mayor weighs in on police wearing wristbands to support officer accused of murder

Dec 18, 2014

RT @CKNW: #Delta Mayor weighs in on police wearing wristbands to support officer accused of murder bit.ly/1z94RT5