Police shocked by Prince George assault and sex assault

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Two boys were lured to a Prince George apartment on Monday and now Mounties are probing what they say is one of the worst incidents of sexual and aggravated assault they have ever seen, involving youth. Four teens, one of them a girl along with an 18 year old man and 20 a year old woman, were arrested shortly after an unconscious and severely injured teenaged boy was found in a snowbank on Monday night. A second teen was physically assaulted.
Police say both victims were targeted by the group.   

Changes for the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce

The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is moving its operations downtown. The Chamber has been working out of and operating the Kamloops Visitor Centre since 1939. Tourism Kamloops has taken over the Visitor Centre, which is off the Trans-Canada Highway near Aberdeen Mall. Now in control of the centre they plan to add upgrades as well as renovate the building. The Chamber of commerce is moving to 615 Victoria Street, where they hope to be able to better connect with the business community.

Kelowna's Mayor blames visitors for high drunk driving rate

Kelowna's mayor says extra enforcement and a lot of visitors have left the city with the country's highest rate of drunk drivers caught by police.  Statistics Canada says in 2011, Kelowna reported 583 incidents for 100,000 people. St John's was second with a rate of 560.   The next closest was Regina with 369 far behind Kelowna. Stats Can doesn't examine the reasons for the numbers. Walter Gray, Kelowna's mayor, says police are having success targeting drunks and he says many of them are visitors to the city.

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