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A new report from the office of B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth sharply criticizes federal funding models for Indigenous youth services in the province, saying they make Indigenous children more likely to end up in foster care.
David Butcher QC has been appointed special prosecutor to provide legal advice to the RCMP during its investigation into allegations of illegal campaign fundraising in B.C.
"When you look into it, it becomes more than just some innocuous little sticker, it becomes something bigger," says Maple Ridge City Councillor Craig Speirs.
Robinson's prolific career might not have happened at all if not for a prank call he made to Al Jordan of CJOR as a kid.
Consumers can trust what varieties of wine taste like regardless of the store they buy it from, and they could soon have similar expectations for strains of marijuana, say researchers at the University of British Columbia.
An ancient settlement uncovered on B.C.'s Central Coast has been carbon dated at 14,000 years old — one of the oldest ever found on Pacific Northwest Coast — supporting the oral history of the Heiltsuk Nation.
Everything you need to know to vote in B.C.'s provincial election on May 9.
President Trump's controversial travel ban targeting six Muslim majority countries has prompted the Burnaby School District to redirect field trips bound for the U.S., fearing some of its students could be turned away.
A group of Grade 10 Templeton Secondary School students travelling home to Vancouver after a trip to Peru was delayed by 33 hours and bounced around the United States last week after a series of delays, missed connections, and administrative errors.
You might be pleased to learn that Canada, which often follows the U.S. lead on technology issues, has taken a different approach on the privacy of user data.
Are Canadian Pacific Railway's rookie engineers ready to roll through B.C.’s mountain routes after a few months of training? CBC News investigates.
A look at Richmond North Centre, one of the 87 electoral districts in British Columbia.
A court case on the sinking of the MV Marathassa in Vancouver's English Bay in 2015 is scheduled to begin next week.