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A long-term mother accused of murdering her seven-year-old child last year is now facing upgrading charges, looking at first-degree murder instead of second.

Ayaliyah Roza died in July 2017 and was found in a rented apartment at 200th Street and 68th Avenue in Langley.

The crown told CTV news that Aaliyah's mother, 36-year-old Curry-an-Luis, is now fired first-degree murder charges. She was injured by the scene at the time of the incident, and he was arrested almost a month later.

The girl's family told CTV news that the update to charges had brought some comfort.

"The past six months have been difficult for our family," they said. "We want to thank IHIT and the Crown lawyer for their tireless effort in building the case."

A second-degree murder charge, as Lewis had previously been facing, indicates the authorities believe the murder had not been planned ahead of time. The current first degree rate means they believe the murder was both intent and planned.

With files from CTV Vancouver

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DriveBC reported two crash vehicles crashed into Trans-Canada Highway traffic in Glacier Park, west of Golden.

A motorist stuck in the lingerie says traffic was in a standard for more than an hour.

"Expect major delays in both directions," DriveBC tweeted.


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A lead investigator in the largest-ever trend-related mass murder in British Columbia has pleaded guilty to breach of trust and prevention of justice involving a testimony.

Derek Brassington made his inquiry to B.K. The Supreme Court on Friday before the start of a trial scheduled for last 10 weeks following multiple delays.

The former RCMP sergeant played a key investigative role in the 2007 slaying of six people, including two innocent runners, in a serie hired.

Special Prosecutor Christ Conscience and Defense Attorney Jan Donaldson made sentencing submissions but details cannot be reported because of a sweeping publication ban.

B.C. The Supreme Court Justin Armstrong was unsuccessful in bringing Brasston to a later date.

He was ordered in 2011 and resigned by the force in 2013.

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The bi The appeal court ruled a north Vancouver man, who has not paid nearly $ 1 / $ 4,000 through his wife's wife's death, but is still worth $ 100,000.

The case began after the 2012 death of Wanda mansipan when the Vancouver Coastal Authority attempted to recover $ 600,000 square, finding that she was released during her eight years as a financial administrator.

The good authority has shown a legal action against both his estate and her husband, and a lower court decided that the album must be known that his wife is receiving money through fraudulent means.

The decision ordered Miroslav Mipsypan to pay $ 246,073.23, found that the amount of money stolen was used to cover family expenses.

At the time, "Martin Leonard Martand wrote the man's prescription" is adequate to send a message to others that they do not stand to the benefit of others when they know or need to know about gotten gains. & # 39;

Mozipian began delivering the supreme court of law, fighting the bill and a subsequent creation that worried his wife's death-transfer of her family's portion.

Moscipan argued Vancouver Coastal Health failed to prove that he knew his wife was embezzling money.

But in a unanimous judgment on Wednesday, Justice Richard Guppel disagrees, saying that when the person asked his wife about the money, he was turned off by a reply that would not "please a reasonable person".

While agreeing with the lower court that Mozipian had "constructive knowledge" of his wife's illegal activities, he found the trial judge uncompromisingly calculated how much of this money was traceable to Meshipipan alone.

The court moved the manhunt to $ 130,295.75, the amount it calculates Wanda Mancipan paid to her husband's credit card bills.

The high court also revised the order explaining the joint tenancy transfer of the family's northern Vancouver home of wife to husband was a "fraudulent conveyance".

Gopel supports the finding that transport "has been done for the purpose of delaying and hiding the creditors of the late wife of the Appel," but the lower court said it was wrong to reject the handover.

"Mr. Moysipan remains the registered owner of the property," says Gopel. "He, however, considers the property subject to what might be due to the creditors of Mizher Manspan."

The University of British Columbia has also encountered legal action against the Wanda Mansipan, her husband and son, alleging she was stealing $ 700,000 from the institution, working as a part-time administrator in the Medicine Department.

The claims are not proven in court.


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A merit man is set to show in a camouflage courtroom to face four counts of lining.

Kamloops RCMP const. Tracy Dunsmore says the 37-year-old man was arrested Thursday.

Suspicious fires were set in four communities in the merit region earlier this month.

One of the fires destroyed the nearly 150-year-old Murray United Church in the Nikola Valley.

That church was described on its website as the oldest building in the valley and the only one still standing with local Nikola tal holder.

The other three buildings were not as seriously damaged and no one was injured in any of the fires.


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BC Hydro says fraudsters are posing as employees of Crown Use Connected customers out of thousands of dollars last year, making it the most scam-ridden time since Frauds started gaining momentum in 2014.

Hydro said in a statement that it had received nearly 6,000 reports of customers being contacted by swindlers over the past four years, and that 2,000 came from claims in 2018.

But the utility estimates that the number of complaints is far lower than the actual number of scams because it believes that most of the tried and true fractions are not reported.

It says that customers provide only $ 45,000 in 2018 only with Vancouver, Nanaimo, Surrey, Vernon, Burnaby and Richmond's most targeted communities.

The victims are contacted by phone, email or text and their electricity will be cut off if a payment is not received by prepaying cash or credit card, or through a few ATM coins.

Hydro reminds customers that it cannot pay bitcoin or prepaid funds or credit cards, and sends notifications by mail and automated telephone message, if an account is in error.

Canada has issued a weather warning for the Kovithala Highway – hoping to marry.

Snowfall with total amounts of 15-25 cm is expected.

An intense Pacific frontal system will approach the interior tonight. Light snow from the system will begin early this evening and will become heavier overnight. The snow is expected to continue on Saturday with total accumulations up to 25 cm awaiting early Saturday evening. Meanwhile, strong southern winds accompanying the system will give local blowing snow resulting in low visibility.

Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Visibility can be suddenly reduced in times of heavy snow.

Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions.

You are advised to check with DriveBC and Castanet for highway conditions and the latest traffic and highway cameras.

Millions of homeowners in areas of B.C. Soon to be struck by the new real estate speculation and vacancy tax must be applied to be exempted.

Homeowners in Kelowna, West Kelowna, Metro Vancouver, part of the Fraser Valley, the capital regional district, Nanaimo and Lantavil will have to fill out every time to pay paperwork.

The controversial measure aims to curb hot housing prices by taxing speculators who are leaving property empty or not renting them full time, CTV News reports.

Owners must register their property by the end of March. Details of how to do so are outlined in letters that are posted later this month. If you do not fill out the forms, you will be charged with an additional tax bill based on your house's assessed value.

But the shrewvap mla Greg Kilo, the BC Liberals, Jobs Criticism, warns many people may be hit with large tax bills simply because they don't believe the taxes apply to them.

"I am worried about older citizens being able to get this notice, throw it away … and find out July 1 they have another $ 4,000 or $ 5,000 bill," Kylly said.

– with files from CTV Vancouver

The mayor of Victoria Suburb Langford says he was threatened by B.C.'s new speculation tax.

The youngsters who rejected the tax and worked their meeting with his residents told CTV News the threat came from an economist working for the province.

He says he wanted to add concerned residents' work around the world last year, but when he spoke to Rob Gylezeau, a Victoria University economist working for the government, he wasn't warned.

"He said that if you put the letters on your board agenda, you'll never get out of the tax, so I put them on my council, after the meeting, because I had to" tell Victoria's CFX radio. "And why? Langford isn't out, so that's not a threat? Isn't that the finance ministry deals with people?"

However, a spokesperson for the Premier's office told the CTV that the staff looked at the young man's complaint, and the exchange didn't take.

Meanwhile, more than a million B.s. Homeowners in areas including the capital region, Vancouver, Kelovna and others will soon receive a letter explaining how to repel the tax. They have to fill out the paperwork, but can repel if they do not have a vacancy or have they rented out full time.

– with files from CTV Vancouver Island


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Documents that say money laundering in British Columbia is now reaching out to the billions of dollars, are excited about the Provincial Attorney General, who says the figures have finally drawn the attention of the federal government.

David Eby said he was shocked and frustrated because the higher dollar estimates appeared to be known through federal government and RCP, but was not provided to the BI. Government.

He said he recently spoke to Social Security Minister Ralph Gooddale about information about money gaps being laundered. And he will be meeting next week with Minister of Crime Reduction Bill Blur.

"I was battled initially by the lack of a response to the national issue that was of great concern to me at national level," said Ebi in an interview.

Last June, a former monk of Peter German estimated money laundering at BS. It was more than $ 100 million in its government-commissioned Dirty cash activity in provincial casinos.

He said that number is now low, especially after the liberation of an international announcement that pegs are laundering money. More than $ 1 billion a year, although a time period is not mentioned in the report. A second release of the RCMP estimated $ 1 billion worth of property transactions in Vancouver are tied to the proceeds of crime, the Attorney General said.

The government has estimated that it is a $ 200 million a year operation, instead of providing the Federal Ministry of Finance with estimates that pegs face the problem at $ 1 billion annually, Ebi said.

The Reginial Government only learned about the reports by media leaks or their public announcement and it is not consulted about the reports, Ebi said.

"The question I ask myself is what I read about in an international report instead of receiving the government's government information," he said. "It is the information gaps that organize crime thrives in and we need to do a better job among our governments."

A report published last July by the Paris Financial Action Task Force, a body of G7 member countries fighting money laundering, terrorist financing and threats to the international financial system, highlighted BS. Money laundering activities.

Among other things, the report includes details of a clandestine banking operation laundering money. This is not fully known by the provincial government.

"It is estimated that they were laundering over $ 1 billion (Canadian) per year through an underground banking network, including legal and illegal casinos, cash value transfer services and asset procurement," the report said. "One part of the money laundering network's illegal activities is the use of drug money, illegal money gambling and money derived from extortion to provide money to Chinese gamblers in Canada."

The report stated the gamblers would call contacts who would make money deals in casino parking lots and use the money to buy casino chips, cash them in and deposit the proceeds into a Canadian bank.

"Some of the funds are used for real estate purchases," the report stated. "Surveillance identified links to 40 different organizations, including organized groups in Asia that dealt with cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine."

According to him, the G7 work force report including information that the province did not have money for money laundering. From the federal government through the RCP.

He said the B.C. The government also confirmed the RCMP compiled a rationale report on proceeds from crime connections to luxury real estate property sales in Vancouver, but its ministry does not have this release.

"We still don't have a copy of it," said Ebi.

Blair could not be reached for comment, but in a statement, the federal government is taking the threat posed by money laundering and organized crime, and is collaborating with the BI. Government and German.

"We are taking action to combat this by enhancing the RCMP's investigative and intelligence capabilities both in Canada and abroad, and our Financial Intelligence Unit further helps protect Canadians and our financial system," the statement said.

German report to the provincial government last June found. The gaming industry is not ready for the casinos to beat illegal money and estimated more than $ 100 million was funded by the casinos.

He was set to make a second impression last season, which allows the scales and bulk of illegal activity in the real estate market and whether money laundering is linked to horse racing and the sale of luxury vehicles.

"We have some difficulties in getting the information we need for the German language to make a true assessment of the problem faced," said Ebi.

Maureen Maloney, a former B.K. Deputy Attorney General, also appointed last fall to lead an expert panel on money laundering in real estate and release to the government in March.

"We do realize there is a lot of anecdotal evidence about the amount of money laundering in real estate, but we really don't have a good handle on that," said Maloon. "We look at some good documents. We are told that we have the data available at BI or Canada."

Confidential provincial government documents dated April 2017 and released by Freedom of Information requests show the government is tracking suspicious currency transactions by B.K. Casinos, especially in $ 20 bills, for years. The high-point of these transactions is more than $ 176 million in 2014-2015.

Documents dated August 2016, show the Government's gaming policy enforcement Branch observed so-called "high-roller" patron at a metro Vancouver casino a year starting in January 2015 and found people connected to real estate are the top buy-in gamblers at $ 53.1 million.

A spokesman for the books industry of B.K. Said reports from the gaming operators about money-backed money-backed money laundering.

Peter Goudron, B.K. Gaming Industry Association executive director, said casinos were implementing measures to combat potential cash laundering, including placing players on cash in 2015.

"This has the effect of reducing the value of suspicious transactions by more than 60 per cent over the next two years," he said. "More recently, operators implemented the Interim Recommendation Dr. Peter German requires an extra checkout of large cash purchase ins in January 2018 and the further forward the number of suspicious transactions".


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Plans are in the process of rebuilding the wood and secondary timber industries in British Columbia by ensuring more logs are processed in the province, said Premier John Hargan.

The forest sector's revitalization plan will be carried out by incentives and regulation changes, he said in a speech at Thursday's annual Trucks loggers convention.

These policies include increasing late reporting of wood waste, and reducing waste by redirecting it to pulp and paper mills.

He said the actions would be a systematic downturn in the coastal forest sector over the past two decades, he said, adding the draft would be a series of legislative, regulatory and policy changes over the next two years.

More timber can be processed here at B.C. And to conclude, the government will reform Roy Log's export policy, discouraging high grading and curtailing the export of minimally processed timber, he said.

This will be a phased-in process and will apply to new sales by B.K. Wood sales programs, he said.

"Because of the vision of our coastal forest sector … was to ship our natural resources somewhere else," he said.

The unemployment rate on the coast has declined by 20 percent, killed production dropped by 45 percent and pulp production by 50 percent, while the logon exports of crown countries have increased by nearly tenfold, deeply improving communities, he said.

These policies are not affected by the move of a pen or a magic wand but by hard work, he said.

"To continue on track that we are respectful of leaving too much waste in the woods and shipping too much product without any value added to it is not sensible and not sustainable.

He said the government could not rebuild the industry that was 20 years ago but he was "determined" to return the wealth of natural resources to the communities where it comes from.

"We will find a way through incentives and regulations, by making carrots and sticks happen."

David Elston's Executive Director of Transportation Logger's Association addresses growing forest management concerns on the beach.

"The forestry industry in BS is a complex entity and making changes has never been easy, we are looking forward to the premiere and helping him understand the difference between perception and reality," Elstone said.

The association is fighting for this type of change for many years now, he said.

It was a steady flow of contractors leaving the industry and policy changes will stem that tide, he said.

"Forestry is not rocket science. It's much more complicated," he said. "And this is the truth."

The bi Green Cactus said in a statement that Widespread Mill closes, large-scale exports of raw logs, growing amounts of useful waste fiber left in cut locations, intensifying wildfire seasons and pest outbreak are all the challenges the government must take seriously.

"This reform should have begun a decade ago and must begin with the recognition that healthcare industry is confronted with healthy forest ecosystems," said Sonia Furstenua, who represents Caesar's Valley in the Legislature.

"We are developing sustainable, second-sector growth in BS – one that is conducive to climate change and forest fires and can provide significant, rewarding employment to the local community – as a means to stop logging of old-growth trees. . "


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The National Energy Board has rejected the City of Burnaby requesting it to revoke any constraints the Society is building on the Transmission Transmission edition to improve work on its terminal in the city.

The Metro Vancouver city has asked that the board cancel the orders after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed government approval for the expansion project.

Born to argue that the terminal work is mainly related to the project, the board said in a statement that Thursday, when orders were ordered, Trans Mountain to do infrastructure work at the Burnaby Terminal, holding the order.

The NEB says pipeline modifications are not associated with the expansion project and relocation and decommissioning orders appropriately allow Trans Mountain to optimize the site in preparation to offer new services to shipping companies.

The board also allowed the company to continue the tree inspection as part of the approved work.

Burnaby was a long-standing opponent of the pipeline expansion, which would substantially increase tanker traffic in the city's waters, and was among the Plaintiffs at the Federal Court of Appeal on the project.

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