Your Community

Top 5 at 5: Gang violence, a royal renaming and falling home prices

Categories: Community

mackay-011282491-620.jpgDefence Minister Peter MacKay, accompanied by Justice Minister Rob Nicholson, announced the navy and air force will have royal added back to their titles at an event in Halifax Tuesday. (Andrew Vaughan/Canadian Press)

1.) Bacon shooting sparks gang retaliation fears

A settling of scores could be on the way between gangs in British Columbia after a notorious leader of the Red Scorpions was gunned down and a full-patch member of the Hells Angels was wounded in a very public daylight attack, police say.
Read more.

2.) Peter MacKay hails 'royal' renaming of military

Defence Minister Peter MacKay said Tuesday his government has corrected a historic mistake by restoring the "royal" designation to the air force and navy, a move he says will come at a minimal cost.
Read more.

3.) Average home price dropped $10K in July

Average home prices in July were lower than they were in June, but sales numbers and average prices are still up sharply compared to the same month a year ago, new data showed Tuesday.
Read more.

4.) Surrey, B.C., shooting victim not cooperating

RCMP in Surrey, B.C., say a 32-year-old man who was shot in the city late Monday night has gang connections and is refusing to cooperate with police.
Read more.

5.) Husband of Alberta teacher charged with murder

An Alberta man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife on a B.C. lake in August 2010.
Read more.

Tags: B.C., Conservatives

Comments are closed.