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Amy Judd

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Recent articles by Amy:

‘Devastating’: B.C. parents fighting to raise millions for three-month-old daughter’s treatment

"We're so in love and she's the perfect addition to our family. So the news of her diagnosis was really devastating and shocking to us." → Read More

Lady Luck smiles twice on B.C. man who wins lotto a second time

Winning a major lottery prize is but a dream for many, and that dream has come true for a Burnaby man not once, but twice. → Read More

Homicide investigation underway in Prince George after woman stabbed outside courthouse

Officers administered first aid until paramedics arrived and she was rushed to hospital. → Read More

Teacher in Delta, B.C., charged with child pornography

Elazar Reshef, a 52-year-old Surrey resident, has been charged after an investigation began in March 2019. → Read More

Rising water levels prompt closure of quayside boardwalk in New Westminster, B.C.

The water is so high it has prompted the city to shut down the wooden quayside boardwalk starting Friday. → Read More

Vancouver police searching for missing teen

Quinn Beshara has been missing since 8:30 p.m. Thursday. His family and police are extremely concerned for his well-being. → Read More

Vancouver police search for high-risk missing teen

Quinn Beshara has been missing since 8:30 p.m. Thursday. His family and police are extremely concerned for his well-being. → Read More

Canada Day 2020 was one of the chilliest on record for B.C.

Breaking an even bigger record, Chilliwack recorded its lowest July 1 maximum in 139 years of data, with a high of just 13.5 C, Mark Madryga says. → Read More

Victoria police say random attack on bus being investigated as potential hate crime

Police say it happened June 19 and is being investigated as a potential hate crime. → Read More

Canada Day 2020 goes virtual across B.C.

Vancouver is usually home to one of Canada's largest celebrations at Jack Poole Plaza but this year that event is joining the federal government's national celebration online. → Read More

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank B.C. front-line workers in video chat

The video call with Prince William and Kate actually took place last week, but has been released today in celebration of Canada Day. → Read More

Photo released of accused child sex offender as B.C. police seek more possible victims

Roger Amadio Molinaro, a 50-year-old longtime resident of both Pemberton and Whistler, B.C., was arrested in April. → Read More

Vancouver man, reported to have dementia, now missing for one year

David Sullivan was last seen on June 27, 2019, walking along Alexander Street near Gore Street. He was reported missing on July 1. → Read More

Coroner called after dog attack reported in Kamloops

Ambulance crews were called to a report of a dog attack on Singh Street just before noon. → Read More

Victoria police looking for suspect in hate crime and assault

Police say officers were called to the 1300-block of Douglas Street just after 1 a.m. Wednesday for a report of an assault. → Read More

Dog poisonings suspected after Parksville, B.C., police find tainted meat

Officers canvassed the area and found at least two more dogs that had recently gotten sick in similar incidents. → Read More

Ridesharing in B.C.: Uber expands to Abbotsford, Langley Township

As of 11 a.m. Thursday, residents in those cities will be able to access to the service through the Uber app. → Read More

Dog rescued off B.C. coast had been swimming for over an hour

A B.C. resident is very happy to have her beloved dog back home again after she was found swimming off the Sunshine Coast. → Read More

Ex-finance director for police in Abbotsford, B.C., charged with fraud, theft

Shelley Dallas Mickens, 61, surrendered herself Wednesday and was arrested by Federal Serious and Organized Crime investigators. → Read More

Coronavirus: Poll finds majority of British Columbians are nervous to return to the workplace

The poll, conducted by Insights West, shows only 20 per cent of workers are "very comfortable" with the prospect of returning to the workplace with 43 per cent feeling "somewhat comfortable." → Read More