Joan Marshall is a senior producer for CBC News, based in Vancouver.
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Bank teller's mistake causes reputation headache for handyman
Scott Belway, a Richmond handyman, says CIBC double-deposited cheques he had submitted from customers. Some suspected it was him, causing damage to his reputation, while, he says, others knew it had to be the bank.
Prison stabbing is 3rd incident in 3 weeks at facility
One inmate was stabbed on Friday in the courtyard of the Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre, a maximum security facility in Saanich. Two suspects are being investigated. The BCGEU warns this is part of an increasing pattern of violence in B.C. prisons.
Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Frank Giustra sues Twitter
Billionaire mining entrepreneur and philanthropist Frank Giustra is suing Twitter over tweets going back to 2015.
Mystery surrounds motive in latest Surrey killing
Ame Kumar was well known as a health advocate and was not "known to police." IHIT says his killing was targeted.
'I almost cried. That was my pride and joy': Stolen Bentley captured going the wrong way on the Coquihalla
A Bentley stolen from Langley was captured on a dashcam going the wrong way on the Coquihalla Highway Thursday. The car was chased by RCMP in Merritt and Kelowna.
Alarm over B.C. Legislature spending was sounded more than a decade ago
The bombshell report by Darryl Plecas is not the first time we have heard about questionable spending at the B.C. Legislature.
Drivers on the hook for $1.25M repair of overpass hit by truck
The province is sending the bill to ICBC, with the auto insurer saying it will not be seeking restitution from the driver or the trucking company — and that's angered many drivers, residents and businesses in the area.
Puppy's death sparks call for tougher dog breeding rules
A Vancouver Island couple who paid $1,800 for a nine-week old puppy from a Langley breeder say the dog died four days after they picked it up.
Point of View
Heart of White Rock breaks along with pier
Long time White Rock resident and CBC Producer Joan Marshall reflects on what the pier has meant to her and her community.
Body found under Golden Ears Bridge identified by police as Hells Angels member
A man who was killed and dumped under the Golden Ears Bridge in Maple Ridge on the weekend has been identified as a member of the Hells Angels.
Where the heck is Dog Mountain? How smartphone maps can lead hikers astray
Hikers who rely on smart phones for directions are at greater risk of getting lost, a mountaineering expert says.
'I was in utter disbelief': Man sues RBC after high-performance car seized
Tage Kendall is suing RBC after it seized his high performance car claiming he was a co-signer on a defaulted loan. He says he's never done any business with RBC and has never co-signed a loan. The bank and repossession company returned the car to him with no explanation.
LNG, referendum set to dominate B.C. fall session
A preview of what is likely to happen in the fall session of the legislature.
Mysterious bird kill in Delta solved, say wildlife experts
An evasive manoeuvre gone wrong may be to blame for the mysterious death of dozens of birds in Delta earlier this month.
RCMP and privacy commissioner probe alleged NCIX data breach
B.C.'s privacy commissioner is investigating an alleged privacy breach involving the bankrupt computer retailer NCIX.