Tyler Orton, 24 Hours Vancouver

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 Five more people are facing charges from the Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver

Police recommend final round of riot charges

Vancouver police have delivered their “last batch” of recommended Stanley Cup riot charges to the Crown following the June 2011 mayhem that left the downtown core a mess of shattered windows and burnt cars.

Lana and Eddie Gallop drinking tea at Secret Garden Tea Room, 5559 West Blvd, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Monday July 22, 2013. (CARMINE MARINELLI/ 24 HOURS)

New royal arrival generates excitement around B.C.

Royal watchers across the pond weren’t the only ones commemorating the arrival of Canada’s newest prince — British Columbians, too, celebrated the Monday birth with afternoon tea, baby shower plans and new stocks of regal memorabilia.

American-born Frank Neroni was sentenced Thursday to seven days in jail for participating in the Stanley Cup riot. The dual citizen lives in Blaine, Wash., and is being sued by London Drugs for vandalizing the store in June 2011. (SCREEN GRAB)

Jailed U.S. rioter free to re-enter Canada

An American-born Stanley Cup rioter won’t have much trouble crossing back and forth over the border even after being jailed Thursday for vandalizing a London Drugs store.