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In the five months since Attorney General David Eby announced the questions on the ballot, the arguments haven't really evolved, as Thursday's debate made clear.
Attorney general said the government has reduced the number of executives and taken aim at bonuses in new contracts.
Bo Horvat had two goals and two assists and the Vancouver Canucks extended their winning streak to five games with an 8-5 victory over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night.
RCMP say they've spent months investigating allegations that a Kelowna social worker defrauded vulnerable teens.
The popularity of podcasts has boomed so much that Vancouver is hosting it’s very first festival dedicated to the new form of on-demand media.
A senior living in Surrey who was saved by a microwave technician's timely intervention is being released from hospital today after spending six weeks in acute care.
Vancouver Coastal Health is warning people not to consume a chili oil sauce made in a Richmond home due to what they say is a botulism risk. The authority also notes that no cases of botulism have been connected to the sauce.
Changes reverse legislation brought in by the previous Liberal government that allowed health care providers to lay off unionized employees and hire them back at lower wages.
Border crashing felon eludes capture on wild chase from Seattle before crashing truck in Pitt Meadows
Car jacking, police evading, border busting suspect from Washington state finally caught in Canada.
A procession passed through Vancouver's Downtown Eastside on the way to Victory Square for a ceremony honouring Indigenous veterans.
The carbon air filters that were installed last year at King Traditional Elementary School in Abbotsford are no match for the stench that frequently permeates the hallways.
The Vancouver Police Department says Randall Peter Hopley, now living in Vancouver, is a high risk to reoffend.
The North American leg of his tour will kick off in Tampa, Fla., on Feb. 13 and land in Vancouver on April 12.
Canadian Tire pulls jelly doughnut-scented bear bait in B.C. after conservation service sounds alarm
Conservation officer Steve Ackles says attracting bears with any food product gets the bears more comfortable being around humans.
A lottery winner who accuses his financial adviser of losing half of his jackpot and a driver who says he inherited $14 million are among the people charged in an alleged multimillion-dollar drug trafficking network between B.C. and Winnipeg.
An 83-year-old woman was struck at 30th Avenue and Main Street Wednesday morning and died later in hospital.
Anke Zimmermann made headlines around the world in the spring after she claimed she'd used a homeopathic solution called lyssinum to bring a four-year-old with behaviour problems "back into a more human state from a slightly rabid dog state."
FortisBC is looking at several options to boost its stock of natural gas in an effort to get its customers through the winter after a pipeline blast squeezed off supply.
Facebook Inc. will aim to make its social media platform's users more than just friends with a new dating feature that will mark its North American launch in Canada on Thursday.
A psychology professor has started a walk-in mental health clinic on the University of British Columbia's Kelowna campus.