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Council says it will work with new provincial zoning regulations to maintain affordable housing stock in the area.
Detectives from Abbotsford Police and IHIT are investigating the suspicious death of a 32-year-old man.
The B.C. Labour Relations Board has ordered the Mount Polley Mining Corporation to pay wages to more than two dozen employees it laid off earlier this year without giving proper notification.
More than a thousand people gathered to remember Paul Bennett, a 47-year-old father of two who was gunned down in broad daylight in a quiet residential suburb in Cloverdale on June 23.
Anyone who's ever tried to grab a cab home to the suburbs at closing time on the Granville Strip knows there's a serious taxi problem in B.C.
Two popular swimming spots in Metro Vancouver have been shut down until further notice due to high bacterial levels in the water.
An independent psychiatric assessment will determine if Gabriel Klein can stand trial for the second-degree murder of an Abbotsford high-school student.
Metro Vancouver tweeted Friday morning that park-goers are once again allowed to grill and have picnics, and concession stands are now open.
Crews are working overnight Saturday on bridge maintenance, which officials say will cause traffic and delays.
Despite criticism from advocates, the guidelines have been approved for use by the Vancouver Police Department.
The Southeast District Major Crime Unit is investigating the shooting death of a man from Oliver, B.C.
Around 2,000 more residents of B.C.'s Okanagan Valley were put under evacuation alert overnight as the Mount Eneas wildfire near Peachland continues to expand.
A Coquitlam couple had to completely reorganize their dream Okanagan wedding after their venue was evacuated due to wildfires.
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The amount of liquor individuals can bring across a provincial boundary for personal use is set to double, following a deal struck at the Council of the Federation meetings late Thursday in Saint Andrews, N.B.
In Washington State, problems with rural bus service emerged in 2005 during an earlier round of Greyhound cuts. A state official suggest B.C. consider its solution: subsidizing private bus companies.
A two-day workshop in Victoria is helping transgender and non-gender binary people change their legal identification status.
After receiving the results of an internal review by the Island Health Authority in a letter, Rachel Staples and Brock Eurchuk are renewing their calls this week for a coroner’s inquest into the death of their son, Elliot.
Murray Skeels has decided one term as Bowen Island's mayor is enough.
People living in remote communities or who suffer an ischemic stroke while asleep could benefit from new 24-hour time frame for endovascular thrombectomy, Heart and Stroke Foundation says.