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This Sunday, bells of peace will ring out 100 times at sunset across Canada to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War. Fernie will be the first place in B.C. to chime in.
'If we can make a difference, then we will': VPD officer's sports programs an outlet for Surrey youth
Kal Dosanjh, who founded Kids Play, says providing recreational programs is a way to keep Surrey's youth out of crime.
The new city council in Surrey, B.C., is attempting what many local governments before have considered but few have done: replacing its RCMP with a municipal police force.
Jeremiah Masoli threw three first-half touchdown passes to lead the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to a lopsided 48-8 CFL East Division semifinal win over the visiting B.C. Lions on Sunday afternoon.
A Vancouver playwright is honouring his grandfather's experience as a prisoner of the Second World War with a theatrical production running Remembrance Day and beyond.
At 11 a.m. Sunday, Remembrance Day ceremonies across B.C. will fall silent as attendees honour those who've served.
The hidden story of a wartime veteran buried in cemetery in B.C.'s Interior has been unexpectedly revealed after a local historian started digging into the past.
Imagine producing a bumper crop of a product in high demand around the globe, only to learn you must settle for a discounted price because there's no easy way to get your product to market.
'It's all about remembrance': Group plants thousands of poppies on veteran graves at Vancouver cemetery
A group of volunteers planted thousands of handmade poppies at the graves of veterans at Vancouver’s Mountain View cemetery on Saturday to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I.
The union for B.C. grocery store employees is accusing a Vancouver worker of unlawfully breaching a membership database in a campaign to spread “hatred, ridicule and contempt” of the leadership.
Remembrance Day ceremonies on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, and at city halls, places of worship and military bases across Canada today are commemorating the end of the First World War a century ago. CBC is bringing you live coverage, including from Ottawa for the national ceremony.
B.C.’s civilian police watchdog has been called in to investigate after a suspect was killed in an officer involved shooting in Shawnigan Lake on Saturday.
A Vancouver-based non-profit organization, which provides support for military members and their families, says the lead-up to Remembrance Day can trigger mental health issues for veterans.
The Vancouver Aquarium has named its newest Giant Pacific octopus Ceph Rogen, in honor of the Hollywood comedian.
Officials with ASK Wellness Society, the operators of the facility, says the safe-injection site is an important part of the project, which begins taking residents Nov. 12.
The theft was one of three thefts of poppy donation tins that took place in New Westminster on Thursday, Nov. 8.
Mark Beaven believes the bird is domesticated and may belong to a man living in a van, but also admits he and his family are enjoying the well-behaved bird's company. "We'd hate to see him go."
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) strike is once again impacting operations at a major processing centre in Vancouver.
Province responds to allegations against employee who allegedly siphoned funds from Indigenous youth
The Ministry of Child and Family Development has outlined the steps it said it took after learning Robert Riley Saunders allegedly pocketed funds meant for vulnerable Indigenous youth.
Nadine Pedersen, whose son has Type 1 diabetes, says they live with the stigma of many people assuming that all diabetes is a result of not eating well — when, in fact, her son's condition is an incurable, life-threatening autoimmune disorder.