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Homicide investigators search a home reportedly belong to the husband of Trina Hunt on Saturday, June 5. Hunt's body was found in Hope on March 29, 2021. (Shane MacKichan)

Trina Hunt’s family angry and frustrated as her murder remains unsolved

It’s been one year since the Port Moody woman disappeared. Her body was found in Hope weeks later

 

Six people are in police custody after shots were fired at a home in Harewood on Monday, Jan. 17. (News Bulletin file photo)

Six people arrested after shots fired in Nanaimo

No one injured in incident, RCMP investigating home in Harewood

 

The RCMP logo is seen outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police “E” Division Headquarters, in Surrey, B.C., on Friday April 13, 2018. The head of the RCMP officers’ union says it’s time for a basic look at how the national police force can best serve communities across the country.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Time to review how RCMP can best serve communities, union head says

Review would help direct RCMP resources, address public safety issue

 

This stolen 2018 Ford F550 with a BC Licence Plate of PH6784 has a Rental Zip logo on the doors. (RCMP Handout)

Distinctive truck stolen from Cobble Hill makes a pit-stop at Millstream McDonald’s

Police asking Millstream area businesses to review surveillance footage

This stolen 2018 Ford F550 with a BC Licence Plate of PH6784 has a Rental Zip logo on the doors. (RCMP Handout)
The opioid crisis has left B.C. paramedics struggling with mental health issues. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE

Trickle-down effect: never-ending opioid crisis driving B.C. paramedics to exhaustion

Ambulance Paramedics of B.C. seeing sharp spike in mental health-related issues among members

The opioid crisis has left B.C. paramedics struggling with mental health issues. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE
Members of the RCMP march during the Calgary Stampede parade in Calgary, Friday, July 6, 2012.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Mounties urge Supreme Court to allow class action on bullying to proceed

Plaintiffs claim they were subjected to a culture of systemic intimidation and harassment

Members of the RCMP march during the Calgary Stampede parade in Calgary, Friday, July 6, 2012.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
RCMP officers detain and speak with one of the protesters at the Real Canadian Superstore in Kamloops on Monday, Jan. 10, 2022. (Kamloops This Week/Facebook)

RCMP arrest 5, ticket 43 maskless protesters at Kamloops Superstore

Police responded following reports of increased intimidation and escalation during weekly protests

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RCMP officers detain and speak with one of the protesters at the Real Canadian Superstore in Kamloops on Monday, Jan. 10, 2022. (Kamloops This Week/Facebook)
A suspect who tried to disarm a Nanaimo Mountie during a struggle to resist arrest remains in custody facing multiple charges. (File photo)

Suspect arrested after police say he attempted to grab Nanaimo officer’s gun

33-year-old man remains in police custody after engaging Mountie in ‘fight of their life’

A suspect who tried to disarm a Nanaimo Mountie during a struggle to resist arrest remains in custody facing multiple charges. (File photo)
Campbell River RCMP pulled over a snowmobile driver making a trip to the grocery store on Thursday, Jan. 6. Campbell River RCMP photo

Sorry Vancouver Islanders, snowmobiles not allowed on roads, not even this week

Campbell River RCMP pull over snowmobiler on city streets

Campbell River RCMP pulled over a snowmobile driver making a trip to the grocery store on Thursday, Jan. 6. Campbell River RCMP photo
RCMP stock. (Phil McLachlan - Black Press)
RCMP stock. (Phil McLachlan - Black Press)
Police are looking for information about this possible suspect in a Nov. 26 arson incident. (Submitted by BC RCMP)

RCMP seeking info about suspect in Duncan arson incident

Suspect was caught on video setting fire in recycling bin on Nov. 26

Police are looking for information about this possible suspect in a Nov. 26 arson incident. (Submitted by BC RCMP)
Sooke RCMP recovers stolen goods following a traffic stop. (Black Press Media file photo)
Sooke residents can now report various crimes without going to the station themselves with Sooke RCMP’s online crime reporting tool. (File - Black Press Media)

Stolen goods recovered thanks to Sooke RCMP traffic stop

A driver was arrested in connection with outstanding warrants

Sooke RCMP recovers stolen goods following a traffic stop. (Black Press Media file photo)
Sooke residents can now report various crimes without going to the station themselves with Sooke RCMP’s online crime reporting tool. (File - Black Press Media)
Kirby’s Source for Sports employees were happy to recover merchandise, including jerseys, that had been stolen overnight Friday, Dec. 31. (Photo submitted)

Nanaimo jersey thieves ‘caught red-handed’ with stolen goods in vehicle

RCMP track down and arrested suspects who allegedly stole from Kirby’s Source for Sports

Kirby’s Source for Sports employees were happy to recover merchandise, including jerseys, that had been stolen overnight Friday, Dec. 31. (Photo submitted)
Emergency crews responded to this truck crash on Johnston Road on Dec. 19, 2021. (PHOTO COURTESY PA FIRE DEPARTMENT)

Island RCMP issue warning about safe winter driving after multiple crashes

Heavy snowfall, icy roads and driver inattention all factors

Emergency crews responded to this truck crash on Johnston Road on Dec. 19, 2021. (PHOTO COURTESY PA FIRE DEPARTMENT)
Municipal officials in eight Vancouver Island communities, including six in Greater Victoria, say the province’s decision to download its share of 9-1-1 dispatch costs could potentially impact policing resources. (Black Press Media file photo)

Sidney, North Saanich join call for province to delay downloading of 911 dispatching costs

Six Greater Victoria communities among eight on hook for ‘significant’ tax hikes

Municipal officials in eight Vancouver Island communities, including six in Greater Victoria, say the province’s decision to download its share of 9-1-1 dispatch costs could potentially impact policing resources. (Black Press Media file photo)
A Nanaimo woman who dropped off some Christmas baking for her neighbour and noticed that it was still on his front porch days later may have helped save the man's life, as he was in medical distress. (Stock photo)

Uneaten Christmas baking on doorstep alerts neighbour to fallen senior in Nanaimo

83-year-old man was in medical distress inside his home

A Nanaimo woman who dropped off some Christmas baking for her neighbour and noticed that it was still on his front porch days later may have helped save the man's life, as he was in medical distress. (Stock photo)
Williams Lake RCMP responded to a suspicious death at Esk’etemc on Monday, Dec. 20. (File image)

Man, 23, charged in death of woman, 19, at Esk’etemc near Williams Lake

One count of second degree murder has been approved against Waylon Darian Harry, 23

Williams Lake RCMP responded to a suspicious death at Esk’etemc on Monday, Dec. 20. (File image)
An image from the Society of Organized Services on Dec. 20, 2021, indicating their stolen thrift shop truck had been found. (SOS Facebook photo)

Sharp-eyed social media hounds help Vancouver Island charity recover stolen truck

SOS Thrift Shop truck found in Nanaimo 2 days after being stolen in Parksville

An image from the Society of Organized Services on Dec. 20, 2021, indicating their stolen thrift shop truck had been found. (SOS Facebook photo)
More than three months after she disappeared, the husband of missing Langley City woman Naomi Onotera has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. (RCMP)

VIDEO: Shock and grief after husband is charged in death of missing Langley woman

IHIT spokesman said officers have recovered the remains of Naomi Onotera

More than three months after she disappeared, the husband of missing Langley City woman Naomi Onotera has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. (RCMP)
Romana Didulo is a Victoria resident who falsely claims to be the Queen of Canada. (YouTube/Reine Romana Didulo)

Violent rhetoric by self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Canada’ concerning: extremism experts

Romana Didulo has called for the execution of anyone assisting in vaccinating children

Romana Didulo is a Victoria resident who falsely claims to be the Queen of Canada. (YouTube/Reine Romana Didulo)