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New initiatives follow a survey that revealed many drug users and their friends and family found it difficult to find and access substance use services like counselling and therapy.
The RCMP dive team has been called in to assist in the search for a missing swimmer at Buntzen Lake.
Starting off as a solo folk artist performing on her YouTube channel, Blais in 2016 released her debut EP Late Bloomer, which was primarily driven by the ukulele. Earlier this year, she released the five-track EP Let Yourself Go.
A 38-year-old Port Coquitlam man is being charged with indecent exposure and invitation to sexual touching following several incidents last week in Burnaby.
In what should be a big year for sockeye on Canada's most important salmon river, the DFO warns that fish returning will have experienced the same "unusually warm" freshwater and ocean conditions that have coincided with low survival the past three years.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named North Vancouver MP Jonathan Wilkinson the minister of fisheries, oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard in a cabinet shuffle this morning.
Ban applies within the Coastal Fire Centre, which extends northwest from E.C. Manning Provincial Park to Tweedsmuir South Provincial Park and includes the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and Gulf Islands.
The victim was described as a 'wonderful human being' — and the man who helped kill him 'an amazing individual.'
The B.C. Wildfire Service says lightning strikes are building off a significant heatwave over the past few days. The heat has also dried out forest fuels, which, combined with increased winds and low humidity, makes for optimum wildfire conditions.
A 26-year-old Alberta man is dead after attempting to save another man who appeared to be drowning in a lake near Sicamous, B.C.
One of two female employees in an allegedly "male-dominated" workplace complained to the Labour Relations Board about her union's handling of harassment complaints.
A species commonly referred to as “red tide” has been spotted around B.C. coastal waters over the past month.
Canada will soon find out whether the deadly opioid crisis is having an impact on how long people are expected to live on average.
Shorts in the office, sandals in the boardroom — with heat warnings hitting many parts of British Columbia, some are questioning what’s appropriate to wear in the office while still beating the weather.
Death cap mushrooms have been spotted in the Uplands and Cedar Hill areas, Island Health said in a statement. If ingested, they can cause illness or even death.
As many as 300 Hells Angels club members and other outlaw motorcycle gang members are expected to descend on Vancouver Island this weekend.
Coquitlam Search and Rescue is responding to a report of a missing swimmer in Buntzen Lake in Anmore, B.C.
The municipal political shakeup in Surrey, B.C., continues as candidates jump in, out and around the ring leading up to October's election.
Some Realtors say centralized air conditioning used to be considered a luxury, but with hot summers appearing to be the new normal in Metro Vancouver, they say it's becoming non-negotiable.
Brody Van Velze had his first drink at 14, took his first party drugs at 16. By 18, he was in a detox centre. Now, the 19-year-old is drug-free and speaking out in support of a proposed youth treatment facility in Chilliwack.