News for Youse: New Year's Eve transit, China enforces Internet rule, and big eastern snowfall
Free New Year's Eve transit TransLink has announced that everyone can ride for free on buses, the SkyTrain, the SeaBus, and the West Coast Express after 5 p.m. on Monday (December 31).
Van slams into house A van being chased by police in Surrey and New Westminster eventually slammed into a house in the Royal City. The suspected driver was caught by a police dog.
Alleged teen-sex trafficker charged again CKNW Radio has reported that Reza Moazami has been charged with obstruction of justice and breaching a court order after allegedly contacting a person he's accused of trafficking. He already faces numerous charges of trafficking teenage girls.
Massive snowfall in Eastern Canada Record amounts of the white stuff have fallen on Montreal and Newfoundland and Labrador, thanks to a storm that has created wind gusts of 150 kilometers per hour.
China cracks down on Internet use The BBC has reported that China is going to enforce a rule requiring web users to identify themselves to service providers. It comes shortly after Xi Jingping became the country's new president.
Indian rape victim's condition worsens The 23-year-old who was attacked by several men on a New Delhi bus "has taken a turn for the worse", according to her doctor, who is treating her in a Singapore hospital. The crime prompted riots and demonstrations in several Indian cities.
Project X most pirated film TorrentFreak has revealed that Project X was the most illegally copied movie of 2012, followed by Mission Impossible—Ghost Protocol and The Dark Knight.
Players' association will discuss new proposal NHL owners have put forward a new offer—and according to the CBC, the NHL Players' Association will meet at noon (Pacific Standard Time) to discuss it.
Kick nets suspension Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade has received a one-game suspension after kicking Charlotte Bobcat Ramon Sessions in the groin.