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A former deputy commissioner of the R-C-M-P and Correctional Service Canada will lead a review aimed at dealing with the issue of money laundering in the gambling industry in B-C.

Peter German has been appointed by the province to conduct the review, which will focus on gaming in the Lower Mainland to ensure casinos are following policies already in effect.

Attorney General David Eby says the review has the full support of casinos, the B-C Lottery Corp. and the government's gaming policy and enforcement branch.

German's report is due by March. (The Canadian Press)

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Fisheries and Oceans Canada says most of the recommendations made in a 2012 report on revitalizing B-C's sockeye salmon run have been acted on.

But the federal department says only 1.5 million salmon have so far returned to the Fraser River -- well below the 4.4 million forecasted for this year's stock.

Jennifer Nener, director of the department's salmon management, says warmer temperatures in the Pacific Ocean may be largely to blame.

Plans are in the works to implement a new wild salmon policy and consultations with First Nations and others are expected to take place this fall. (The Canadian Press)

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A five-vehicle crash shut down Highway 1 through Langley for several hours today.

One driver was sent to hospital with what R-C-M-P say are serious injuries after the crash stopped traffic at about 9 a-m.

Police say when they arrived at the scene of the collision (between 208th and 216th) they found four commercial vehicles and one personal vehicle involved.

Traffic in both directions on the highway was closed until about 2 p-m. (The Canadian Press)

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B-C municipalities are asking the provincial government to restrict the role of money in local politics in time for next year's elections. …

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