in corporate media
The collision happened at the intersection of Hamilton and West Georgia streets just before 9 a.m. PT.
Members of the Cheslatta Carrier Nation were in the middle of a helicopter flight to assess damage from this year's wildfires when they saw what they thought to be two dead bears. But one was very much alive.
Environment Canada has posted updated rainfall warnings or special weather statements for the inner south coast, including Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and most of Vancouver Island.
Coun. Sam Waddington said the $17K expensed in 2017 was incurred on multiple work-related trips, and believes the move — so close to the municipal elections — is politically motivated.
There has been a settlement in the case of a Vancouver Island RCMP officer who alleged a supervisor made derogatory comments against women and First Nations people.
The federal Liberal government will make an announcement in Halifax this morning regarding the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
The vehicle that fled the scene is described by police as a light-coloured SUV.
Trish Dayman-Ross gave Amalie Sakkalis a bed in her family's Barrie home for two nights last spring. Since hearing about the Belgian tourist's alleged murder, she can't stop thinking about their encounter.
Rich foreigners seeking Canadian residency through a controversial Quebec program are advised to hide questionable assets, lie about their intention to settle in the province and even adopt a new identity, in a hidden-camera investigation by Radio-Canada.
Delta Police are currently investigating a fatal collision on Highway 17 at DeltaPort.
As several candidates consider a municipal force, RCMP says misinformation has been spread over last few months.
The Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Victoria (JRCC) has suspended the search for a small, private plane missing since Sept.14.
Vancouver mom Funke Ipaye, who just moved to Vancouver from Calgary, says she is beside herself after her baby daughter's cherished handmade blanket went missing.
With Mayor Gregor Robertson and 70 per cent of councillors not seeking re-election and most parties not fielding a full slate of candidates, it's hard to make concrete pledges.
A group of Indigenous women is headed to Washington DC next week to elevate the importance of free, prior and informed consent from Indigenous people in big energy and industry projects.
Brave Technology is the only Canadian participant among 12 companies awarded $200,000 in the Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge, and they are all now vying for a $1-million grant to come up with technical solutions to address the overdose crisis.
What makes Port Coquitlam interesting in this election isn't the competition, but the type of politician 33-year-old Brad West is.
IHIT to reveal more information later today about a male body found in empty and overgrown house on Odlin Road.
Answers to all your questions about the changes allowing duplexes to be built on almost all of the city's single-family lots.
Urban planners from San Francisco, Portland and Seattle are in town to discuss the future of West Coast cities, with affordable housing a key focus.