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Top headlines from Vancouver and beyond for June 30 2011:
The Supreme Court of Canada announced yesterday that it will hear a case to decide whether a B.C. chapter of the Hells Angels can be labelled as a criminal organization under Canadian law.
The VPD announces there will be extra police on the streets for Canada Day celebrations, but this has nothing to do with the riots two weeks ago…
Highway 1 re-opens after a mudslide trapped one driver and set work crews scrambling to clean up the 60-metre wide, 5-metre deep mess that enveloped a chunk of highway between Hope and Chilliwack.
Ivan Henry, wrongfully convicted of eight counts of sexual assault and labelled a dangerous offender, is suing the provincial and federal attorney generals, the City of Vancouver, and members of the Vancouver Police Department.
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