A British Columbia man accused of posting terrorist propaganda online mourned two attackers who were shot dead by police after killing Canadian soldiers in 2014, an expert witness for the Crown has testified.

A trial for Othman Hamdan of Fort St. John has begun in B.C. Supreme Court with RCMP Const. Tarek Mokdad, an expert in Islamist-inspired terrorism and so-called "lone wolf" attacks, describing several posts on the man's Facebook page.

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RCMP are looking for witnesses after a series of violent fist fights broke out outside a nightclub in Vernon, B.C., over the weekend.

A statement said the scuffle started after a concert at the Status Nightclub on Saturday. Cpl. Dan Moskaluk said "several" men started fighting on the sidewalk just before 1 a.m.

Cameron Klim said he was outside the venue when people started throwing punches. He shot video of the incident which, at one point, shows one man being kicked in the head as he lies on the pavement.

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The City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Park Board have released a draft map for the future of False Creek, with over 14 acres of park planned for the northeast area and a new street network to replace the existing viaduct.

City councillors voted to demolish the Georgia Viaduct — which connects easterly neighbourhoods to the downtown core — nearly two years ago.

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By Christian Cunanan

She is back in Canada! The  multi awarded Filipino singer Rachel Alejandro serenade the fans with her hit songs Nakapagtataka, Paalam Na, Kaytagal, Bulag sa katotohanan, May Minamahal, Mr. Kupido, Much Longer and Let The Pain Remain. Her special guest Nino Alejandro was a finalist of The Voice Philippines.

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