Police seize nearly $10 million in meth and bricks of cocaine in Calgary raid

Last week, officers seized nearly $10 million worth of cocaine and crystal methamphetamine from a vehicle near Drumheller. The investigation began in November, when police received information from other agencies linking a Calgary resident to the transportation of drugs across Canada. (Calgary Herald)

Police seize guns, swords and crossbow during Kelowna drug raid

A 49-year-old man is facing weapons and drug charges after an RCMP raid on a suspected drug house in Kelowna last week. Kelowna RCMP executed a search warrant at a property located in the 600-block of Gerstmar Road in Kelowna on Jan. 28. (The Province)

Man gets life for murder of Abbotsford officer

A B.C. police officer who worked tirelessly to create a positive, caring and fair-minded version of policing was shot from behind in the very uniform he tried to redefine, his wife says. (The Province)

One dead, 5 wounded on Greyhound shooting between L.A. and San Francisco

A woman was killed and five other people were wounded early Monday when a man opened fire on a Greyhound bus traveling on Interstate 5 through Kern County, police said. (Los Angeles Times)

Four Vancouver Islanders charged with trafficking two young BC girls

On Tuesday afternoon, an off-duty RCMP officer spotted three vehicles driving at a high rate of speed east on Highway 1 toward Swift Current, Sask. Police said the three vehicles appeared to be travelling together. They were driving in close proximity, in the same direction and at the same high rate of speed. (Vancouver Sun)

AirBNB bloodbath: 3 killed, 2 injured in shooting at Downtown Toronto condo party

A party at a downtown Airbnb condo turned deadly Friday night when gunfire erupted killing three young men and injuring two others. (Toronto Sun)

Coronavirus declared global health emergency by WHO

The new coronavirus has been declared a global emergency by the World Health Organization, as the outbreak continues to spread outside China. "The main reason for this declaration is not what is happening in China but what is happening in other countries," said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.  (BBC)

Longtime Hells Angel loses court challenge over mortgage loan

The longtime president of the East End Hells Angels has lost a court challenge over an investment gone bad. John Peter Bryce, 57, had argued that a mortgage broker deceived him about the value of a Chilliwack property before he agreed to loan cash to the owners for a second and third mortgage. Bryce claimed that broker Allan Sadler was professionally negligent by giving him copies of various appraisals in 2010 and 2012 that all overestimated the value of the 25-acre tree farm. (The Province)

Amber Alert issued for one-week-old baby from Miami

Right now, police are searching for a one-week-old baby missing from Miami-Dade County. Andrew Caballeiro was last seen in the 21900 block of Southwest 187th Avenue in Miami. Police believe the infant may be with his father, Ernesto Caballeiro, 49, in a white Chevrolet Express with the Florida tag HETY13. (WPBF News)
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    Former National Hockey League star goaltender Ed Belfour was arrested early Tuesday morning at a downtown Bowling Green hotel, where police say he caused damage to the property and was "manifestly under the influence of alcohol to a point he was a danger to himself and others," according to an arrest report. (Bowling Green Daily News)