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Health Canada has approved two supervised injection sites in Surrey.
Officials say the animals have become too habituated to human food.
Janice Joostema, was mistakenly identified as Joman Abedi, the sister of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi, in a number of Italian news publications.
Wildlife expert says birds were either killed after trees fell or died from hypothermia.
'A bold statement': Trans Mountain pipeline pushes forward despite B.C.'s uncertain political future
B.C.'s uncertain political future isn't slowing down Kinder Morgan's efforts to push forward the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion — but experts say the project will still have to navigate a political minefield.
Dianne Watts may pack more than a change of clothes when she heads to Toronto for the Conservative leadership convention Saturday. Because of issues with the mail-in ballots, the B.C. MP may hand-deliver some votes as well. But are the reported problems significant enough to affect the outcome?
The company announced its final investment decision on the project, which is conditional on the successful completion of a initial public offering.
The B.C. election is over and Premier Christy Clark is now back at work running the province. But things are far from normal. With the closest vote in the province's history behind us, Clark must now figure out a way to govern with 43 seats, one short of a majority government.
A historical society in B.C.'s Similkameen region says someone has been digging holes in a ghost town cemetery.
The City of Vancouver says it incurred almost a quarter of a million dollars in costs related to two 4/20 events in April 2017.
Willow Yamauchi is caring for her newly orphaned nephew, but when she applied for employment insurance under parental benefits, she was denied because legal guardians aren't eligible.
Heavy hits to the head and concussions are known to increase risks of depression and even suicide, but new research suggests that may not be the only reason.
Board certified medical and cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Marcie Ulmer shares the A-B-C-D-E method of identifying melanoma, which makes up 75 to 80 per cent of all skin cancer cases.