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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.
The sister of a missing pilot whose plane wreck was recently found is putting together a support network for the families of missing people.
A year after Interior Health launched its mobile supervised consumption service in Kelowna, the numbers are in, showing over 26,000 people utilized the vehicle.
Jessica Patrick's remains were discovered over the weekend, nearly two weeks after she was reported missing.
Homeless campers who had hoped to settle for two weeks at a provincial park near Victoria have been told to pack up and leave, less than a day after setting up their tents.
The elasmosaurus isn't technically a dinosaur, but it sure looks close.
Officials say an increase in crime and homelessness in Prince George, B.C., can be partially attributed to a "small percentage" of wildfire evacuees from neighbouring communities choosing to stay in the city.
The most recent count of the northern resident group of orcas reported 309 whales, more than four times the number of southern residents.
The fire spread from one end of the farm to the other in just under an hour, according to fire officials.
Environment Canada posted the notices for Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver, Howe Sound, the North Shore and the Sunshine Coast on Thursday morning.
People were shocked to witness a number of birds plunge to their deaths off Highway 17 this past weekend.
Every week until the vote on Oct. 20, The Early Edition host Stephen Quinn saddles up for a bike ride with a different mayoral candidate to get to know them, and their policies, a little better.
A Metro Vancouver man who tried to extort oral sex from an on-again, off-again fling by sending nude photos to her boyfriend should spend two months behind bars, Crown and defence lawyers have told a judge.
Family and friends of Jessica Patrick, an 18-year-old whose body was found near Smithers two days ago, are asking community members to gather along the highway as her body is brought home from Prince George.
The prestigious British award worth £50,000 ($87,000 Cdn) is given annually to the best work of fiction written in English.
The sound of train whistles in Maple Ridge could be a thing of the past after city council passed a motion banning their use at rail crossings.
Posters printed by Pivot Legal Society asks if people have been harassed by two patrolling officers.
After two days of public hearings, Vancouver city council has voted to enable duplex use in the city's single family home neighbourhoods.
Increased security, staffing and training coming to the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital which treats those found unfit to stand trial or not criminally responsible due to mental illness.
Richmond RCMP are warning residents to be vigilant, after a surge of break-ins.