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Plans to charge landlords hourly rates for using up police time if RCMP are repeatedly called to the same property in Prince George, B.C., could harm recovering addicts, women in abusive relationships and other vulnerable people, according to the Pivot Legal Society.
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association is warning against the use of surveillance cameras in public spaces as the City of Terrace considers video monitoring of two popular outdoor gathering places.
Students at Moricetown Elementary Secondary School in northwest B.C. are still unable to return to class, one week after a broken pipe flooded the Witsuwit'en First Nation educational facility approximately 30 kilometers northwest of Smithers.