News for Youse: B.C. Liberals gather, evictions halted, and teen arrested for taking pictures
B.C. Liberals gather B.C.'s ruling party is holding a convention this weekend in Whistler, featuring speakers who've helped elect Alberta premier Alison Redford and re-elect Ontario's Dalton McGuinty.
Evictions halted Four families have been allowed to stay at the Little Mountain housing co-op after enormous public pressure from the community.
Teen arrested for taking pictures CBC News has reported that 16-year-old Jakub Markiewiz was detained by security guards and arrested by police—who cut off his backpack while he was handcuffed—after he took pictures of a man being taken into custody by the guards at Metrotown.
Oppal granted extension Missing women's inquiry commissioner Wally Oppal has until November 30 to submit his report to Justice Minister Shirley Bond after he wasn't able to meet a Halloween deadline.
Royal Bank subpoenaed U.S. prosecutors have added the Royal Bank of Canada to a list of banks that have been delivered subpoenaes in connection with the LIBOR interest-rate fixing scandal.
Berlusconi sentenced to jail Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, 76, has been convicted of tax fraud and sentenced to four years in jail, though he won't go to prison until after his appeals are heard.
Britain opposes attack on Iran The U.K. government has declared that it "does not think military action [against Iran] is the right course at this point in time". More information is available here.
Trump's records demanded The Guardian newspaper has been spurned by an aide to developer Donald Trump when it asked for copies of his college and university records and passport applications.
Giants take 2-0 lead The San Francisco Giants won their second straight game at home in the World Series, defeating the Detroit Tigers 2-0.