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Kyla on Radio NL News Mornings with Paul & Bill: B.C. drunk driver gets 30 days in jail after ninth conviction

“Even though this is the ninth conviction, it was the first conviction in a really long period of time.”

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Kyla on City News: Likely end of the road for trucking company accused of hitting multiple overpasses

The Metro Vancouver trucking company that has been accused of hitting multiple overpasses will no longer be able to operate in B.C., and a lawyer specializing in driving infractions tells CityNews this is likely the end of the road for Chohan Freight Forwarders.

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Kyla on The Jill Bennett Show: Trucks hitting overpasses, New polling on BC’s single-use plastics ban, & Tackling Canada’s inflation rates!

A trucking company that has been involved in several overpass strikes has lost its licence to operate in the province.

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Kyla Lee on CBC’s On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko: Soapbox Social: Discussing the chaos

Mo Amir, host of the podcast This is VANCOLOUR, and Kyla Lee, a Vancouver criminal lawyer for Acumen Law Corporation, discuss whether or not it’s a good thing people stay in office for decades, Richmond City Council safe consumption site drama and cat clones.

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Kyla on Radio NL News with Jeff & Bill: B.C. flight school dropout still refusing to leave dorm, 2 years later

A flight school in Pitt Meadows, B.C., is taking a man to court for remaining firmly grounded at its dormitories for more than two years after he stopped being a student there…

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Kyla in The Toronto Star: Pierre Poilievre claims 40 offenders were arrested 6,000 times in Vancouver in a year. Is that actually true?

Today, the Star is analyzing a claim Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has made multiple times over the past year: that 40 offenders in Vancouver were arrested 6,000 times over the course of a single year. Many times, but not always, Poilievre says the offenders were violent, or links the statistic to the issue of repeat offenders committing violent crimes while released on bail.  

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Kyla Lee on CBC’s On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko: Soapbox Social: Lessons learned from Selina Robinson’s resignation

Mo Amir, host of the podcast This is VANCOLOUR, and Kyla Lee, a Vancouver criminal lawyer for Acumen Law Corporation, discuss what can be learned from the resignations of Coquitlam-Maillardville MLA Selina Robinson as B.C.’s post-secondary education minister and Faye Wightman as a member of the Vancouver Police Board — and how closely they relate to their Chinese astrological animals.

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Today on Radio NL News Mornings with Jeff & Bill: Alberta premier says there’s ‘evolving discussion’ on pronouns, trans kids

“…There is the additional complicating factor that there are numerous documented instances of parents who don’t support their trans children, who are abusive to their children.”

“I think that this will play out over a long period and Alberta’s not the first province to put forward legislation of this kind… We’re going to see various challenges across the country…”

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