News for Youse: Anthony Sedlak dies, Filip Peliwo triumphs, and Justin Bieber is ticketed
Star chef dies North Vancouver's Anthony Sedlak, host of The Main and a judge on Family Cook Off on Food Network Canada, died in his apartment on July 6 from an undiagnosed medical condition. The Carson Graham Secondary grad was 29.
Internet turnoff Today, some people will discover their Internet won't work because the FBI is turning off servers designed by criminals to highjack traffic and generate advertising revenue. For more information, see the FBI website.
Tennis champ Filip Peliwo, 18, captured the boys' trophy at the prestigious Wimbledon tennis tournament on the weekend.
Mounties sued A B.C. constable, Karen Katz, has filed a legal claim against the RCMP, alleging that she was called "fat" and asked to perform fellatio on male officers, according to a Canadian Press report. The allegations have not been proven in court.
Alleviating poverty The City of Surrey will launch a poverty-reduction plan focusing on transportation, housing, income, and support.
Baby death The coroner's office and the RCMP are investigating the death of a baby in a swimming pool near 105th Avenue and 150 Street in Surrey. The infant was found last night in the water with a female relative, who is in critical condition.
Politician praised The Ambulance Paramedics of B.C. will hold a news conference this morning to honour NDP health critic Mike Farnworth for using CPR to save the life of hiker Michael Morokhovich after he suffered a cardiac arrest.
Antiracist activist remembered Friends and family gathered in Vancouver last night for a memorial service for Aziz Khaki, a founder of the Committee for Racial Justice and a leading voice in Vancouver's Muslim community.
Biebs speed A Los Angeles cop has described Justin Bieber's driving as "absolutely outrageous" after the singer was ticketed for driving more than 105 kilometres per hour; the Biebs claims he was fleeing paparazzi.
Adrian Mack and Miranda Nelson will continue writing the column formerly known as "News for Youse" under the new name "The Dutch Oven".