Protesters at the Fairy Creek logging blockade are taking logging company Teal-Jones to court alleging their vehicles are being illegally impounded, while fees of more than $2,500 are levied for their return.
The lawsuit states that the money and ring are "proceeds and instruments of unlawful activity," and that if they were returned to the defendants, they would likely be used for unlawful activity.
Mounties have released a sketch of a man who is suspected to have sexually assaulted a teen in Coquitlam on Monday morning.
Tired of answering, "How do you say WSÁNEĆ?" elders and leadership are building internet resources for non-Indigenous public.