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A B.C. provincial court judge has ruled not to recuse herself from presiding over a sexual interference case after a defence lawyer accused her of not being able to deliver a fair sentence because she cried during a victim impact statement.
A U.S. national security review has given Canada's purchase of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline the thumbs-up. The federal government says all necessary regulatory approvals have been received to close the sale.
The fires raging in British Columbia aren't just confined to the province: a NASA satellite captured the smoke as it blanketed the skies over Alberta and Saskatchewan earlier this week.
Everything you need to know about the B.C. wildfires during the wildfire season of 2018.
Hours after the sun had risen on Friday morning, the street lights in Prince George, B.C., remained lit as thick smoke and ash smothered the city.
The second-largest city in B.C.'s East Kootenay region has been placed on evacuation alert as wildfires fed by strong, unpredictable winds become more intense in several areas of the province.
It was as if everything changed for Dio Gama the second he stepped into Canada three years ago to reunite with his family.
More than 150 firefighters and thousands of residents will be watching the weather in northern B.C. Friday as the largest fire in the province continues to burn, leaving nearby cities and communities on edge.
He's made headlines for stealing a knife from a crime scene and breaking into both a McDonald's and the SkyTrain — but for all his shenanigans, Canuck the Crow still has Vancouverites' hearts.
The 55-year-old man was found unresponsive during a routine check on Thursday.
Meat lovers rejoice for Langley is holding its inaugural RibFest this weekend at the McLeod Athletic Park.
Every year, municipalities across B.C. gather and debate what issues they will collectively lobby the provincial government on. Here are ten of them.
Paramedics treated the 23-year-old rider for injuries on scene before taking him to hospital, where he later died.
The B.C. Wildfire Service has issued an extreme fire behaviour warning for the Shovel Lake fire burning west of Prince George.
Vancouver's Coco Jafro brings together the genres of funk, soul, jazz and Afrobeat to the CBC nooners‘ stage on Friday, Aug. 17. The concert begins at 12 p.m. and ends at 1 p.m. PT.
B.C. nurses are calling for immediate action after two serious assaults at Coquitlam's Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in just over a week.
The hockey craze in China is growing ahead of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and recruiters are not just scouting talent at home — North American players of Chinese descent are in high demand.
Mudslides along Highway 99 have forced 24 people from the Bonaparte Indian Band out of their homes and at least five houses have extensive damage.
The National Energy Board says Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC can start construction on sections of its pipeline expansion in Alberta and British Columbia.
The first civilian ship built under the federal government’s marquee shipbuilding program will have portions of its hull re-welded because an inspection has uncovered a series of defective joints, CBC News has learned.