Michael Mui, 24 hours Vancouver

Michael Mui

24 hours Vancouver

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Past articles by Michael:

Most private schools not for elite: Think tank

A Fraser Institute analysis suggests the vast majority of the B.C.’s private schools don’t cater to the elite — with a focus instead on specialty or religious programs. → Read More

Majority of trees dead near Mt. Polley spill

Numerous species of trees have perished in a “halo” zone where tailings from the infamous Mount Polley spill have created a suffocating blanket over parts of the forest, according to the latest update submitted to government. → Read More

Charge recommended in Ryan Reynolds hit-and-run

Vancouver police have recommended a charge after Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds was allegedly struck by a photographer in a hit and run at a downtown hotel on April 10. → Read More

B.C. attack inspired by Boston bombing: Crown

A pair of accused B.C. terrorists were inspired by the pressure-cooker bombs used by the Boston Marathon attackers when they set about planning an attack on the B.C. legislature on Canada Day 2013, according to the Crown. → Read More

High school sprinkler prank costs B.C. family $48Gs

A Vancouver Island high school student and his family have been ordered to pay $48,630 after the boy triggered an entire school's sprinklers — requiring the premises be evacuated — during a prank on a friend. → Read More

B.C. man charged with murder in the 1970s disappearance of two girls

VANCOUVER -- A senior arrested last week in Surrey, B.C., is charged with murder in the 1970s deaths of two young girls who disappeared while cycling near their homes. → Read More

B.C. teen girl murdered, body left near train tracks

The death of a 17-year-old girl in Surrey, B.C., is now being investigated as a homicide by police. → Read More

Investigation launched into B.C. tailings spill

VANCOUVER — B.C.’s Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett says an independent investigation into the Mount Polley tailings dam breach and third-party reviews for all dam safety inspections is the plan to “earn back the public confidence.” → Read More

B.C. district declares local state of emergency after tailings pond breach

The massive release of materials from a mine tailings pond near Quesnel, B.C., is → Read More

Homeless campers in Vancouver park give city an eviction notice

Homeless campers in Oppenheimer Park that have been told to leave, issued their own eviction notice to the city. → Read More

Marathon cyclist shot during 600 km B.C. race

A Burnaby, B.C., man participating in a 600-kilometre bicycle marathon is in hospital after being shot by someone police say was apparently waiting at the side of the road with a gun. → Read More

Students sick after pot-laced treats sold at school

VANCOUVER — Teens selling marijuana-infused baked goods at two North Vancouver high schools managed to make two students sick from goodies they picked up at a 420-related event last week. → Read More

Pilot of fatal hang-glide flight gets five months in jail

The pilot-instructor of a tandem hang-gliding flight that killed a woman two years ago has been sentenced to five months in jail and banned from participating in the sport for three years. → Read More

Robbery motive in hockey mom’s murder: Cops

A trust fund has been set up for the family of murder victim Julie Paskall as Newton, B.C.-area residents plan a meeting Monday to discuss safety issues in the wake of her Dec. 29 beating death. → Read More

‘No one likes you’ B.C. teacher disciplined for comments

A Coquitlam, B.C., high school math teacher who placed watermarks telling his students “no one likes you” on a practice package — and started class by telling his students “don't piss me off” — has been disciplined by the B.C. Teacher Regulation Branch. → Read More

Man, 72, fatally stabs pit bull that bit his dog

No charges are being considered after a 72-year-old man fatally stabbed a pit bull that attacked and bit the neck of his pug, police said. → Read More