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A fire in B.C.'s Lake Country that destroyed eight homes in the Central Okanagan was arson, Kelowna RCMP said Wednesday.
Watch the RCMP news conference here live at 2 p.m. PT
The snowmageddon of the past winter has the City of Vancouver considering fines for people who drive without winter tires.
A young red-tailed hawk that has been raised by a pair of bald eagles in a Sidney, B.C., nest continues to defy the odds.
The NDP government has rejected the idea of reviving photo radar but one expert says photo radar could be an ideal solution to deal with ICBC's financial crisis.
Attorney General David Eby says delays would likely lead to lawsuits for the provincial government.
A Whistler environment advocacy group says a zero waste strategy is leaving a lighter environmental footprint from the busy summer schedule of outdoor festivals, concerts and races.
The Surrey Creep Catchers group has been ordered to remove the videos and information of two people they targeted, after complaints the group improperly collected, used and disclosed their personal information.
San Francisco is facing its own housing issues with some of the highest rents in North America. So why is Vancouver turning to the Golden City for advice? Because its rental market has been on fire longer.
One of the men convicted of plotting to derail a Via passenger train between New York and Toronto is now being treated for schizophrenia and wants to appeal his life sentence, court heard on Wednesday.
The B.C. Economic Development Association is hoping to help business owners impacted by wildfires with a toll-free hotline to give them advice and direction on how to get back on their feet.
A family is searching for a self-portrait of their son, who died earlier this month. The painting was donated to a Vancouver Salvation Army thrift store.
The order affects people living at 7737, 7845, 8030 Fenton Rd., 8856 Linden Rd., 1357 to 2025 Mound Rd. and 1577 Mound-Loon Lake Rd.
Businesses around Wells Gray Provincial Park count on the busy tourist months to make their income for the year, but the park's closure has meant a huge loss.
The PNE's food line up is weirder and wackier than ever with options that will surely add a few pounds to the waistline. Here are seven things to try — if you're brave enough.
Police say they believe the fatal shooting of a man in Chilliwack with ties to gang activity in Calgary was a targeted attack.
The glories of Italian whites, the renewed popularity of rosé and the ripe-fruit flavours of Chilean wines are among the trending styles and categories on B.C. wine lists. Our master of wine Barbara Phillip recommends some examples.