Sorry, but I don't think Spazinbc's info is 100% correct, no matter how much he believes it is. He tried talking to me about it before, and when the first-hand information I gave him was something he didn't agree with, he obviously didn't like it. He seems to think that ICBC employees couldn't possibly have bad information in their heads, and they all know what they're talking about 100% of the time, which is itself a pretty good joke. It's a government corporation with government employees, which I think should be 'nuff said.
In the third link he lists, for example, the intersection of 70th Ave and Oak Street is the one he is referring to. There used to be, and should still be, four cameras listed for that intersection. Someone's deleted three of them for some reason, probably Spazinbc, heh. I know there are four cameras there, because I added them myself via the client, all four seperately on different occasions, when I was driving in all four directions at those different times. Not only does Google's Street View show all four cameras, but there are warning signs from all four directions before you get to that intersection stating that there are red light cameras there, and if I went to that intersection right now I could point out all four cameras, just as you see in Street View.
Heading north: http://goo.gl/maps/OVd2L
Facing north: http://goo.gl/maps/Cq4iw
Heading south: http://goo.gl/maps/OnQWo
Facing south: http://goo.gl/maps/tdXz2
Heading east: http://goo.gl/maps/dtrSC
Facing east: http://goo.gl/maps/Sz0M3
Heading west: http://goo.gl/maps/8EGT8
Facing west: http://goo.gl/maps/8EGT8
Are those cameras not cameras? Are those signs indicating cameras not signs indicating cameras?
edit - If I'm looking at the wrong things, by all means, please correct me.