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On Thursday night, rival politicians will debate one of the more important choices ever put to British Columbians, and CBC Vancouver will have complete coverage of the event.
Here’s a summary of how it works and what would change for voters.
As some U.S. states move closer to abolishing time changes, British Columbia may face more pressure to do the same in order to stay in alignment with its West Coast trading partners.
Report after report says Chinese electric car technology may be on its way to world domination. Unless North American carmakers pull up their socks, it could be the car wars of the 1970s and 80s all over again.
In August 1944, Edward Clutesi — of the Tseshaht First Nation — was killed while fighting in the Battle of Normandy and the retaking of Caen. He is one of thousands of Indigenous people who fought for Canada and is remembered on National Aboriginal Veterans Day.
On the latest episode of the Pollcast, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May joins host Éric Grenier to discuss her strategy for the 2019 federal election. Plus, the CBC's Kerry Campbell talks about the Greens' next electoral test in P.E.I.
The Metro Vancouver Board voted to ban dogs from the popular trail at an Oct. 26 board meeting.
The popular holiday road safety program is putting the call out for volunteers again this year. B.C.'s chapter of Operation Red Nose — aptly named after the most famous reindeer of all — is hoping to sign up more volunteers.
Fraser Health is urging students and staff of Fleetwood Park Secondary School to check their vaccination records after a person with measles came to the Surrey school.
Jacqueline Carmichael, whose two grandfathers served in the First World War, wanted to find a way to engage a new generation with the past.
Vancouver New Democrat Mable Elmore says she will refund $244 in food expense money she received last year while participating in a welfare food challenge that involved her living on $19 a week.
A Langley Mountie who crashed his cruiser into a family's camper van while driving 85 km/h over the speed limit holds the lion's share of responsibility for what happened, a B.C. judge has ruled.
The Grassy Plains Country Store burned down Wednesday morning. The store, located 265 kilometres west of Prince George, was known as a community hub and for providing relief during this summer's wildfire season.
The young victims were kicked, hit in the face and spat on by a man yelling obscenities and homophobic slurs on Sept. 28, according to a police statement.
A B.C. woman who narrowly escaped a rock slide on the highway between Terrace and Prince Rupert this week is calling for better cell coverage along the notorious stretch of road.
Nicolas Karvouniaris's Jeep Cherokee crossed a centre median and hit a truck, killing one and injuring three,
The deadline to have your completed ballots returned to Elections BC is Friday, Nov. 30 at 4:30 p.m.
B.C.'s representative for children and youth says her office has opened 14 files relating to teenagers who claim they were victims of a social worker accused of siphoning funds from vulnerable First Nations youth.
Calgary man fined for driving while in possession of open and accessible cannabis.
"If you don't do things carefully and properly the first time, the mistakes you made will haunt you tenfold."