Richmond RCMP are warning the public to be on the lookout for a suspect in a vehicle theft that happened earlier this month. The incident occurred on April 3rd, around 1 am in the 8800 block of River Road when the suspect approached a 28-year-old man who was leaving a business in the area. The suspect made small talk and asked...
The Vancouver Aquarium is launching a public awareness campaign to keep their marine mammal rescue program afloat, but the Park Board is responding that this is a deep issue to wade into. Aquarium CEO John Nightengale told media Thursday morning that their world-renowned facility treats upwards of 100 sea animals a year and some of those are too injured to...
This Saturday the Vancouver Police Department will be having their annual auction in Surrey at Able Auctions. Items going up for bid have either been lost or seized by the Vancouver Police Department. Hot items up for bid include an Ipad mini, a gold 12 inch MacBook, Nikon cameras and Bose Stereos. More peculiar items that will be sure to grab people's...
A sex offender wanted Canada-wide is back behind bars. 46 year-old Joseph Davis left his halfway house in Vancouver and was arrested in Saskatchewan. Someone driving in the town Langenburg, four hours west of Winnipeg, recognized his grey Mercedes and called police. Davis is a four-time federal offender who served a four-year sentence for sexual assault, and was under a long-term supervision...
Following last night's televised Leaders debate, Premier Christy Clark continues to say she will be the best leader to work with the US on Softwood Lumber negotiations. Speaking in North Vancouver this morning, Clark says the BC NDP and John Horgan are only now concerned about the issue due to the election. "I'd say it was amusing, except that it's not....
It’s been a very political week here at Roundhouse Radio. First, we’re gearing up for a provincial election that is promising to be a close one, while federally, Kevin O’Leary has shaken up the Conservative leadership race by dropping out. The Trump-watch continues, though the frenetic pace of something insane happening every day has slowed down in that regard. I would say...
It's been more than a year since the opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency and first responders are still dealing with overdose calls at an alarming rate. New numbers from the city show that crews responded to 169 overdose calls last week, that's up 29% from the week before. While the majority of those calls came from the Downtown...
The Vancouver Aquarium says the city's plan to ban cetacean captivity will jeopardize the aquarium's ability to rescue sick, injured and orphaned marine mammals. Aquarium officials held a news conference today to call on the public to voice their opposition after the Vancouver Park Board voted last month in favour of the ban. Park Board staff were directed to draw up...
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The mother of a missing UBC student gave an emotional appeal for information that would help find her son. Louis Gonick has been missing since 7:30pm Sunday, April 16th where he was getting out of a cab in Stanley Park near the Lions Gate Bridge. The 21-year old was studing on a scholarship at UBC and his mother travelled from his...
Police want people living in New Westminster to be aware that a sexual offender is moving into their community and they believe he is at risk to offend again. Jared Edward Harris was convicted on multiple charges in 2013, including invitation to sexual touching against two young children, but he has also been convicted on break and enter, assault with...

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