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Surrey RCMP say the highway is closed in both directions between 128 and 117 avenues.
The federal government is shopping around for a retired federal judge to help guide a renewed consultation with Indigenous communities on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Liberals intend to announce the next steps in their pipeline plan before the end of September.
The fire department in Trail, B.C., is down two vehicles, including its newest and largest fire engine, and it's affecting how fires are being fought in the West Kootenay town.
The city and province are pushing for Vancouver's Chinatown to be designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site, saying it should serve as a reminder of the crucial contributions of Chinese-Canadians.
The video shows a fire tornado near Vanderhoof, B.C., sucking up and melting the hoses of the crew trying to fight it.
Rachel Cliff executed her debut marathon to perfection on Sunday in Berlin, says head coach Richard Lee, who believes training for the 42.2-kilometre run should only help the Vancouver runner remain competitive on the world stage in the 10,000 metres.
A Belgian tourist who was found dead in northern B.C. last month met the man charged with her slaying the day she died, according to homicide investigators.
RCMP say further information won't be provided until the remains are identified.
Members of the small First Nation have been scattered around B.C. with no reserve to call home since the 1960s.
Friday's severe rain and hail storm caused contaminated water to enter the building, which also houses the Ridge Meadows Child Development Centre.
Sean Tagert needs $263.50 a day for 24-hour care at home. He has ALS and can no longer talk, walk, breathe on his own or feed himself. VCH will only fund 15.5 hours and he has exhausted his savings paying for caregivers to stay in the community with his family and young son.
The Pattullo Bridge will be closed to southbound drivers Sunday night and Monday night, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., and closed to northbound drivers during the same hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Researchers at the University of B.C. and the Stanley Park Ecology Society are on the prowl for urban coyotes and have launched a program that aims to capture more of the animals on camera.
Union Gospel Mission spokesperson Jeremy Hunka said it's very common for homeless people to sleep in garbage and recycling bins when the weather gets wet and cold.
The "invention marathon" gives students 24 hours to come up with an idea and a plan to make it happen.
The government's first and only B.C. Cannabis Store will open in Kamloops and more retail locations are "anticipated" in the following months, with over 100 paid applications in various stages of entry.
'I've never missed it and never will': Port Coquitlam turns out for hometown hero Terry Fox despite rain
Hundreds turned out for the Terry Fox Hometown Run in Port Coquitlam, marking 38 years since the Marathon of Hope.
Police in Victoria are looking for a thief who stole a treasured coat from the arms of a visually impaired man.
A new elementary school with a focus on learning outdoors has opened its doors in Salmon Arm, B.C., and parents are scrambling to sign up.