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Blanche Gates says her national award from the Anglican Church of Canada isn’t about her work with prayer books but is instead about the changing role of women in the church.
Canadian bus operators can now lease electric buses rather than buying them upfront, a choice which investors hope will encourage Canadian cities to adopt battery-powered electric vehicles more quickly.
A CT scan showing he'd broken an eye socket and his nose was crucial to Kenneth Paul Burgar's defence against a charge of aggravated assault.
No better time than during a global heat wave to take a closer look at the world's changing climate, for which record-breaking temperatures and extreme weather are the "new normal," experts say.
The province is introducing amendments to strata property regulations in an effort to crack down on strata vacation rentals.
Hundreds of youth learned how to survive an accidental fall into water at New Brighton pool in Vancouver Wednesday.
2 B.C. cities with popular Greyhound routes have 'alternatives,' but concerns remain for rural communities
The mayors of Chilliwack and Squamish, cities with busy Greyhound depots with numerous daily departures, say that although they're not happy with Greyhounds decision to end service in Western Canada — save for one route to Seattle — they will survive.
A group of concerned residents is calling on the District of Saanich to make improvements along what it calls a dangerous stretch of road after a young girl was hit and seriously injured last year.
After the medals had been handed out and as the stage was being dismantled, there was still one swimmer in the water completing the 2.1 km Across the Lake swim in Kelowna, B.C. When organizers asked the swimmer if they could pull her up onto the boat, she replied: “No damn way.”
Soul singer Dawn Pemberton is ready to get her audience moving and grooving on Thursday, July 19.
Highway 97 through Peachland is closed due to a wildfire burning in the area.
The potential for expanded fin-fishing bans in waters along the southwest coast of Vancouver Island has the sport fishing industry, a top economic performer for many towns, worried.
John Horgan talks about ride sharing, Trans Mountain and housing affordability in an interview with the CBC's Lien Yeung.
In White Rock, the divisions are similar to those in other communities: the pace of development and whether the council is open and transparent with its citizens
The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako has issued an evacuation alert near Vanderhoof due to the Dog Creek Trail wildfire that started overnight.
The video shows kayaker floating unaware until paddlers on a raft raise the alarm.
The owner of a drain-cleaning company in Kamloops, B.C., can now add kitten rescuer to his resumé.
City manager Lambert Chu says Camp Cloud has violated multiple bylaws and raised concerns from nearby residents.
Shen was killed in what police call a "random" homicide one year ago today. Her body was found in Central Park in Burnaby, B.C., just steps from her home.
VPD's proposed 'access without fear' policy to encourage immigrants to report crime gets mixed reviews
The policy aims to reassure people with uncertain or no immigration status that they can access police services without fear they may be reported and ultimately detained, or deported.