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The provincial government is appealing the National Energy Board's ruling that allows Kinder Morgan to bypass City of Burnaby bylaws during construction on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
A pair of Canadian scientists believe they may finally have an answer to how a curling rock curls.
John Schmuck, chair of the Governance Review Citizen Advisory Committee for the District of Saanich, says not enough young people are involved in their communities.
A Kamloops, B.C., woman went back to school in her mid-70s, and just completed the exploratory trades program for women at Thompson Rivers University.
In an effort to fight the rising tide of overdoses, Abbotsford's firefighters have launched a campaign called "F kNOw," intended as a one-stop shop for information and mythbusting about fentanyl, the synthetic opioid that has claimed thousands of lives in B.C.
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is investigating after a male victim was shot and killed in a Coquitlam residential neighbourhood Friday night.
Canada's first Olympic luge medals are being credited to a combination of prior heartbreak, hard-won experience and slide-time on the world's fastest luge track near Whistler, B.C.
The company behind the non-browning Arctic apple created in Summerland, B.C., is making aggressive expansion plans following a successful U.S. test run. But the apples won't be sold in Canada for at least two more years.
Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is refusing to take sides in the British Columbia-Alberta pipeline, as his party holds a convention where environmental policy resolutions are set to take up a large amount of real estate.
Brenda Doherty says her 15-year-old daughter was released from hospital and died of an overdose after Doherty secured a medical form that requested the girl be held involuntarily by health officials to keep her safe.
How can someone get away with lifting a pistol, pulling the trigger and shooting someone in the back of the head, and not go to jail?
A statement issued Friday evening by Attorney General David Eby says concerns sparked by a Globe and Mail investigation will be the subject of a provincial review.
Marvel's newest blockbuster sold out local screenings Friday and is expected to shatter box-office records this weekend. But the film has even greater resonance for black filmgoers.
The weather service issued snowfall warnings and special weather statements for all of mainland B.C. south of the Shuswap, and for the east coast of Vancouver Island.
The City of Burnaby wants to appeal a National Energy Board decision that exempts Kinder Morgan from local land and tree clearance bylaws in the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
B.C. conservation officers will be patrolling the B.C.-Alberta border in an effort to protect caribou from snowmobilers.
Are people with faces like, say, American actor Danny DeVito more likely to cheat on their partners than, say those who look more like English actor Benedict Cumberbatch?
Parts of the West Coast lacked any functional warning system, but officials hope five new sirens will mitigate the risks of a monster wave.
A 36-year-old man who was caught in an avalanche near Golden, B.C., last week has now died.
Mooshew the dog is staying at the Coast Inn of the North in Prince George as part of a partnership with the Prince George Humane Society.