News for Youse: Sentencing Carly Rae's cyberstalker, slumlord in court, imam charged in sex assault
Carly Rae's hacker sentenced today Abbotsford car salesman and cyberstalker Christopher Long will find out his punishment today after pleading guilty to hacking into Mission-born pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen's online accounts.
Sanitation boss promoted Reporter Bob Mackin has revealed that city manager Penny Ballem made Mike Zupan the manager of sanitation operations. This came a day after the Province had reported that the department had hired convicted Hells Angel Ronaldo Lising when Zupan was acting sanitation manager.
Abbotsford homeless move down street After the City of Abbotsford shut down a homeless camp yesterday morning on Gladys Avenue, the squatters set up tents on their old site 25 metres down the road.
MLK daughter to speak The youngest daughter of slain civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., Bernice King, will be among the speakers at the city's first Walk for Reconciliation on September 22.
Imam charged with sexual assault Coquitlam RCMP are seeking more witnesses after Saadelin Barh, the imam at the Masjid al-Hidayah and Islamic Cultural Centre in Port Coquitlam, was charged with sexual assault.
Bloc expels MP over charter Montreal-area MP Maria Mourani says she's quitting the Bloc Québécois after being expelled from caucus for opposing the Quebec government's proposed Charter of Values.
Harper launches charm offensive More than a year after former Conservative cabinet minister and pipeline supporter Jim Prentice warned Stephen Harper to pay more attention to aboriginal issues, CBC News has reported that the prime minister will dispatch cabinet ministers and senior bureaucrats to B.C. to whip up support for the proposed Northern Gateway and Kinder Morgan pipelines.
Prime Minister's new spokesperson Stephen Harper has appointed Jason MacDonald as his director of communications. He has most recently worked as the spokesperson for Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt.
Al-Qaeda calls for attacks on U.S. Ayman al-Zawahri, who heads al-Qaeda, is calling for "lone-wolf" small-scale attacks inside the United States to harm the American economy.
Death penalties in Delhi rape Four men have been given the death penalty in connection with the December gang rape of a Delhi physiotherapy student, who later died in a Singapore hospital.
Torrential floods in Colorado Massive rainfall has caused chaos across Colorado. See photos here.
Twitter plans to go public The San Francisco–based social-media company announced yesterday that it has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission in advance of an initial public offering of shares.
Tortorella trashes Twitter New Canucks coach John Tortorella has said he won't allow players to tweet from the dressing room, calling the social-media site "narcissistic" and "stupid". What that means for Roberto Luongo's often amusing @strombone1 account remains to be seen.