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  • Do not walk sign

    Jaywalking grandmother and grandson in critical condition

    Sheila Scott

    A grandmother and her six year old grandson are in critical condtion after being hit by a pickup truck while jaywalking at Kingsway and 12th in Burnaby Tuesday afternoon. Sergeant Ted De Jager says it was not a hit and run as the driver and passenger waited until emergency services arrived at the scene.

  • Fix for ticks nixed; father bothered

    Jeff Lansing

    A Bedford man whose son contracted Lyme disease two years ago says he wants the solutions from the province.

  • Media covering G20 get goodies, including maple syrup

    Lindsay Godin

    TORONTO, ON. – The G20 summit will bring in press from all over the world, and what better way to welcome them to Canada than to give them a goodie bag? The Roots bag — made out of plastic — has a variety of items inside. It includes two pens, two lapel pins, a notepad,

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  • Anthony Daniels, and C3PO

    “Star Wars–In Concert” tonight at GM Place

    John Ackermann

    You can expect GM Place to look more like the inside of the “Death Star” tonight, for a special performance of “Star Wars–In Concert”. Anthony Daniels– the actor who played C3PO–will narrate tonight’s show, and visited News1130 to share “the force”.

  • May 2008: Aftermath of fatal crash

    Carole Berner trial: Defence claims Delta Police wilfully destroyed evidence

    Dave White / Shane Bigham

    Defence lawyers for the woman accused of killing four-year-old Alexa Middelaer while driving drunk, claim Delta Police wilfully destroyed a key piece of evidence. And they hope that will be enough to have the case against Carole Berner stayed.

  • VPD release sketch of suspicious man

    Sonia Aslam

    A composite sketch of a man police say approached a 12-year-old girl at the Vancouver Aquatic Centre last week has been released.

  • Security fencing in downtown Toronto

    Shots fired from car near G20 security fence not G20 related

    The Canadian Press

    TORONTO, Ont. – Toronto police said shots fired near the G20 security zone early Tuesday morning were not G20 related.

    Several undercover officers heard the shots fired in the area of King and John streets, near the security fence that surrounds the G20 summit site.

  • Chris Mohan, innocent victim in 'Surrey Six' murders

    Two RCMP officers working on Surrey Six murder case have been suspended

    Dan Burritt

    The mother of one of the two innocent victims in the Surrey Six massacre says she is surprised two officers on the case have been suspended. But Eileen Mohan, whose son Chris was one of two innocent victims, says police want to iron out any other problems ahead of a court case.

  • An anti-G20 sign at a protest

    Disruptive protests going to escalate, activists say

    Colin D'Mello and 680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – Anti-summit activists are vowing to escalate their protests ahead of the gathering of world leaders this weekend. Torontonians can expect more disruptions in the streets as the G20 summit draws closer. Activists with the Toronto Community Mobilization Network are expected to gather at Yonge and Queen streets in downtown Toronto at 4:30

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  • Photo of Nala after birth in 2009

    Year-old baby beluga whale Nala dies at Vancouver Aquarium

    Adam Forsythe / Mike Hanafin

    A beluga calf born last summer at the Vancouver Aquarium has died. Nala was born June 7, 2009, to Aurora, the aquarium’s 20-year-old female beluga.

  • Trooper closes the PNE on September 6th

    PNE announces summer concert lineup

    Treena Wood

    Bryan Adams and the Beach Boys are the headliners for the PNE’s summer concert series as the fair celebrates its 100th anniversary. Adams and the Beach Boys will play Empire Field stadium on Saturday August 21st to kick things off.

  • Vancouver Canucks release 2010-2011 schedule

    Geoff Rohoman

    No 14 game road trips, no Olympic break, and a season opener October 9th against the L.A. Kings. The Canucks 2010-2011 regular season schedule has been released.

  • World Cup: Uruguay beats Mexico 1-0

    The Associated Press

    Uruguay won Group A and Mexico also advanced Tuesday after Luis Suarez scored in the 43rd minute to give the South Americans a 1-0 victory over Mexico at the World Cup.

  • Threat of terrorism low, more concerned with anarchist groups, CSIS director says

    Jaime Pulfer and 680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – The head of Canada’s spy agency said the upcoming G8 and G20 summits don’t appear to be the subject of terrorist chatter. In an interview with the CBC, Richard Fadden, director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, said he is more worried about anarchist and extremist groups. “One thing I am worried

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