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John de Haas, who rose to the rank of inspector with the Vancouver Police Department over the course of his 40-year career, abruptly resigned on Tuesday, a day before receiving two concurrent, 30-day suspensions revolving around a physical incident with a subordinate officer in 2017.
The Abbotsford Police Department was called to the 2900 block of Flagman Place on Tuesday at around 7:30 pm in response to reports of shots fired.
Shares in Canadian marijuana company Tilray Inc. were halted on the Nasdaq Wednesday after they doubled in two days.
Greyhound Canada's plan to shut down bus services across British Columbia sent a shockwave through local communities that rely on the transportation company — but for some, it's a business opportunity.
As campaigning for October's local elections around B.C. begins in earnest, some of the youngest politicians in Metro Vancouver made a plea to their fellow millennials: we need more of you.
Kayla Polege relies on the scooter to help her get to work and volunteering commitments without using public transit, which can trigger her sensory integration issues.
First Contact introduces white participants with racial bias of Indigenous people to Indigenous communities across the country, in hopes of educating them. But some Indigenous people say the show is causing more harm than good.
A new report shows interest rates are rising faster than income for Canadians — providing a wake-up call to consumers who are taking on unsustainable amounts of debt.
The event would have been Gregor Robertson's final council meeting as mayor — but with 73 speakers signed up to speak, the meeting was scheduled to carry over to Wednesday.
For more than 20 years, the Smiths kept their money in safe deposit boxes, plastic bags and buried underground. Some of it was tied up in real estate holdings in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.
According to police, 911 callers said an explosion occurred as a person tried to enter a Jeep SUV on Ford Road on Tuesday night.
'I feel like my brain has been wiped': As NXIVM leader awaits trial, stunned former members ask, 'What now?'
The fortunes of NXIVM, which calls itself a humanitarian community but critics consider a cult, have been very much reflected in the state of its once-flourishing Vancouver chapter.
Education Minister Rob Fleming announced Tuesday his ministry will fund another 37 French teacher education seats for the 2019-20 school year, for a total of 74 seats funded by the province.
Even though it is slow-going, one advocate says B.C. has made "giant" strides "towards fixing [its] child care chaos."
The Rottweiler was emaciated and weak when she was seized by the B.C. SPCA.
Environment Canada says a "possible tornado" near Mission nearly became the first twister the Lower Mainland has seen in more than two decades.
Coquitlam RCMP introduced "Const. Scarecrow," the newest member of its force, to the public Tuesday. They hope the phony cops will help clamp down on speeding in the city, which has become one of the force's top concerns.
The 41-year-old was gunned down in the 7500 block of Bridge Street in Richmond in what police say was a targeted shooting.
B.C.'s solicitor general says the federal government needs to get to work with the U.S. government to ensure that Canadians who use cannabis, or who work or invest in the legal cannabis market here, don't face a lifetime ban from entering the United States.
The Jewish community in Vancouver is looking at ways to engage young people with the faith, as Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year in Judaism, begins Tuesday evening at sundown.