News for Youse: Postal building sold, RCMP disses SFU academic, and Canucks get revenge
Post office building sold B.C. Investment Managment Corp., which invests public-sector workers' pensions, has bought the downtown Vancouver post-office building for approximately $130 million.
Doubts raised about Bollywood investments Vancouver Film Studios president Pete Mitchell has told CKNW Radio that he doubts that Mumbai producers will create many jobs in B.C. after the province spent $11 million to bring the Times of India Group's film awards to B.C.
Fatal accident on Cambie Street A 26-year-old woman in the passenger seat was killed after midnight when a car hit a light pole on Cambie Street near West 33rd Avenue.
RCMP rebuts SFU criminologist The RCMP has issued a statement taking exception to a comment by SFU criminology program director Rob Gordon, which appeared in this week's Georgia Straight. Gordon claimed that the Mounties would support regional policing if they were in charge of it.
Ontario chooses a premier Ontario Liberals are holding vote today to determine who will replace Dalton McGuinty as their leader and as premier of Canada's largest province.
SNC-Lavalin linked to Gadhafi family The RCMP have claimed in a search warrant that former SNC-Lavalin executive Riadh Ben Aissa was involved in paying $160 million in kickbacks to the son of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi. The allegations have not been proven in court.
Canucks get revenge on Ducks Goalie Cory Schneider and his teammates have avenged a drubbing in their home opener by defeating the Anaheim Ducks 5-0 last night. Mason Raymond scored two goals.
Justin Bieber linked to Nerf gun assault TMZ.com is reporting that the Biebs actually came under investigation after he or someone near him fired a dart from a Nerf gun at a woman. These projectiles are not known for causing injuries.