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Capcom Vancouver, the video game developer behind the Dead Rising series, is closing its doors and laying off all of its staff.
Deadly effluent from a cement plant is believed to have killed off salmon fry, crayfish and trout in the Nicomekl River.
A set of inflammatory Facebook ads in Victoria, B.C.'s mayoral race shows municipal politics is just as vulnerable to social media misinformation, as it is at the federal and provincial levels.
People are inherently lazy because that's just how our brains are wired, according to new research from the University of British Columbia.
MLA Sam Sullivan was critical of the NDP government for allowing the highest rent increase since 2004 and for housing policies he says are leading to developers cancelling projects.
Sarah Blyth, president of the High Hopes Foundation, says she remains determined to continue providing cannabis for people trying to get away from using opioids.
Mysterious Good Samaritans have been posting handwritten suicide prevention messages along the railings of the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver. CBC’s The Early Edition tracked down the woman behind the some of the more recent notes, Mindi Reynolds, to hear her story.
At least 1,036 Canadians died in the first three months of this year due to apparent opioid overdoses, raising the opioid epidemic's death toll to more than 8,000 people since January 2016, according to newly released government figures.
Former residents of Camp Namegans, who were made to leave Regina Park last week after a court injunction, set up a new site nearby.
A treaty to keep the fragile salmon species afloat calls for a 12.5 per cent harvest reduction in B.C. and lesser cuts in the U.S.
Crews in British Columbia say they're making some progress and the weather is co-operating as they deal with a grounded and potentially explosive barge on Haida Gwaii.
Tilray will be exporting capsules for a study examining potential treatment for adults with essential tremor.
A Whitehorse man accused on mailing a bomb to his brother on Vancouver Island will remain in custody until at least Thursday after Monday's bail hearing was adjourned.
The Vancouver Park Board has passed a motion to recognize traditional Indigenous place names for the city's parks and beaches.
There's a new name atop the rankings of pot companies, as Nanaimo, B.C.-based Tilray Inc. passes Tweed, Ont.-based Canopy Growth to become the most valuable cannabis company in the world.
Farnworth said as agreements currently stand, an individual's ability to cross the border would depend entirely on what questions are asked, and how those questions are answered.
The court documents describe the moment Baby Mac's mother found her son's body. The lawsuit alleges negligence on the part of the daycare operator and accuses the ministry and the health authority of failing in their duty to protect him.
Using your face unlock your phone is convenient. But now facial recognition technology is being pitched as the future of everything, from advertising to law enforcement. Here's why that might make you uncomfortable.
Much like the health warnings on cigarette packages, Canadians need to see the frightening and deadly consequences — and hear the heart-wrenching stories — of refusing or delaying vaccination.
Brock Boeser can't wait to play for the Vancouver Canucks again, even if it's in a exhibition game.