Trevor Crawley

Mike Gould during a pregame ceremony where he pledged millions to the Kimberley Dynamiters and Kimberley Minor Hockey Association.

Man, who has yet to donate millions to Kimberley hockey team, appears in court on unrelated case

Mike Gould, who pledged millions to hockey team, will be back in court on Feb. 13.

Mike Gould during a pregame ceremony where he pledged millions to the Kimberley Dynamiters and Kimberley Minor Hockey Association.
Constitutional arguments in the case of Winston Blackmore, a polygamous leader near Creston, B.C., are underway in Cranbrook Supreme Court. Trevor Crawley photo

Bountiful polygamist believed he couldn’t be prosecuted: lawyer

Winston Blackmore’s lawyer says Blackmore did not believe he could be prosecuted

Constitutional arguments in the case of Winston Blackmore, a polygamous leader near Creston, B.C., are underway in Cranbrook Supreme Court. Trevor Crawley photo
Constitutional arguments in the case of Winston Blackmore, a polygamous leader near Creston, B.C., are underway in Cranbrook Supreme Court. Trevor Crawley photo

B.C. polygamous leader argues charge should be dropped in charter challenge

Winston Blackmore argues some of the evidence shouldn’t be used against him

Constitutional arguments in the case of Winston Blackmore, a polygamous leader near Creston, B.C., are underway in Cranbrook Supreme Court. Trevor Crawley photo
Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts reacquaint themselves with proper avalanche safety training and eqipment as winter season begins. Wikipedia photo

Forecasters promote avalanche safety awareness to kick off season

Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts to get proper training and equipment.

Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts reacquaint themselves with proper avalanche safety training and eqipment as winter season begins. Wikipedia photo
Constitutional arguments in the case of Winston Blackmore, a polygamous leader near Creston, B.C., have been delayed until December in Cranbrook Supreme Court. Trevor Crawley photo

Constitutional challenge in polygamy case delayed

Legal process for fundamentalist Mormon leader found guilty of polygamy grinds to a halt.

Constitutional arguments in the case of Winston Blackmore, a polygamous leader near Creston, B.C., have been delayed until December in Cranbrook Supreme Court. Trevor Crawley photo
Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Ktunaxa Jumbo resort appeal

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Ktunaxa Jumbo resort appeal

First Nation argued the area around a proposed ski resort carries significant spiritual meaning

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Ktunaxa Jumbo resort appeal
B.C. polygamous sect leader appeals conviction for taking teen to U.S. to marry

B.C. polygamous sect leader appeals conviction for taking teen to U.S. to marry

Bountiful couple were convicted of facilitating marriage of underage daughter to religious leader

B.C. polygamous sect leader appeals conviction for taking teen to U.S. to marry
A wildfire has forced an Evacuation Order in the Moyie/Munroe Lake areas.

BREAKING: Evacuation order expanded for Moyie, Munroe Lake area

Two wildfires currently threatening areas in the East Kootenays

A wildfire has forced an Evacuation Order in the Moyie/Munroe Lake areas.
(Canadian Press)

Former husband and wife get jail time in B.C. child bride case

Emily and Brandon Blackmore sentenced for taking a child to the U.S. to marry their religious leader

(Canadian Press)
UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial

UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial

The two church leaders were accused of having multiple wives.

UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial
Brandon Blackmore (pictured) and Emily Ruth Gail Blackmore are both convicted for the removal of a child from Canada charges and were in Cranbrook Supreme Court on Friday to attend a sentencing hearing.

UPDATE: Crown asks for jail time for Bountiful polygamy case

Sentencing hearing begins for polygamy members and parents who took teenage daughter to marry leader

Brandon Blackmore (pictured) and Emily Ruth Gail Blackmore are both convicted for the removal of a child from Canada charges and were in Cranbrook Supreme Court on Friday to attend a sentencing hearing.
Jim Oler (front) walks towards the Cranbrook Law Courts building in February. Oler, who is associated with a fundamentalist Mormon sect, is currently on trial for polygamy charges. (Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman)

Bountiful trial testimony continues on day 3

Record keeping key to mainstream Mormon faith says church history expert

Jim Oler (front) walks towards the Cranbrook Law Courts building in February. Oler, who is associated with a fundamentalist Mormon sect, is currently on trial for polygamy charges. (Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman)
Winston Blackmore attends court to file an application separating his polygamy trial from his co-accused James Oler. (Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman)

Marriage records entered in Bountiful polygamy trial

Special prosecutor identifies religious documents indicating Winston Blackmore and James Oler participated in multiple marriages

Winston Blackmore attends court to file an application separating his polygamy trial from his co-accused James Oler. (Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman)
Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case

Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case

A former couple from Bountiful, B.C. have been convicted of taking a 13-year-old girl out of the country to be married.

Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case