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A Port Hardy teenager was too drunk to form the intent for murder according to a B.C. Supreme Court judge Monday.
Proposed split by band members draws protests from those opposed to move.
Incumbent Prime Minister Stephen Harper is slated to be in Campbell River on Saturday.
A Zeballos woman who stabbed her common-law husband in the heart has been found not guilty of manslaughter.
Was Marguerite John acting in self defence or did she kill her common-law husband to end an abusive relationship? That’s a question being contemplated by B.C. Supreme Court Justice Douglas Halfyard as John’s trial came to a close on Mar. 15 in Campbell River.
The Canadian Coast Guard’s latest attempt to eliminate lighthouse keepers was quashed Wednesday by the federal government.
Marguerite John's Supreme Court trial comes to close in Campbell River; verdict pending
Marguerite John, 33, is charged in the stabbing death of Russell John, 42
Conservation groups are calling for an environmental assessment to examine a water bottling business proposed by two small First Nation bands.