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Live Nation said bruised vocal cords were the reason behind the cancellations. He will now perform in Vancouver in February.
CBC Vancouver is one of a number of major media outlets in the province that has been approached about running PSAs in the event of a supply emergency.
Nanaimo Remembers is a video that showcases the names of 200 fallen soldiers on the Dallas Square Cenotaph at Nanaimo's waterfront.
The British Columbia Securities Commission is alleging that three top officers of a once growing insurance group fraudulently raised over $47 million from hundreds of investors between 2012 and 2017.
Aaron Power murdered Michael Nestoruk by hitting him in the head with a rock in April 2009.
A judge has ordered former CFL running back Jerome Messam to make a personal appearance in court next week on a charge of voyeurism.
When outgoing Surrey mayor Linda Hepner cleaned out her office, the bookshelf behind her desk was bare except for the gift she left for her replacement — a model high speed train.
An increasing demand for shelter spaces on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast has prompted the opening of a new 20-bed refuge for those who need it.
Two popular trails and a park on Vancouver’s North Shore were shut down this week after mudslides and heavy rain but that didn’t stop some hikers from setting out despite the warnings.
Annual floods give chum spawning salmon on the Skokomish River a short cut to their spawning grounds.
The men are charged with assault, uttering threats and various firearms offences.
Seamus Martin Weeks was just 18 years old when he contacted his victims, demanding nude photos and explicit videos, and threatening to post real or photoshopped images online if they didn't comply.
Students at a college in the Kootenays can buy textbooks, school supplies and now date rape drug testing kits at the on-campus bookstores.
Loren Reagan pleaded guilty after more than $100,000 raised in fees and through unlicensed raffles went missing.
Kids Help Phone says almost a quarter of young people in pilot study texted about suicidal thoughts.
British Columbia's government is moving to increase the participation of Indigenous people in the environmental assessment of projects with new legislation tabled Monday.
Transportation Minister Claire Trevena is set to make a "safety announcement" regarding changes to speed limits on certain B.C. highways in Victoria on Tuesday morning.
Bruce did everything he could to avoid a rescue during his trip around Indian Arm. When he ended up needing one anyway, crews said they were surprised by his level of planning.
Surrey's new mayor isn't wasting any time getting to work on his two biggest campaign promises — scrapping the city's plan for a $1.65-billion LRT line and replacing the Surrey RCMP with a municipal police force.
Government's Trans Mountain pipeline purchase seen as 'betrayal' by many opponents, spy service says
Canada's spy agency says many members of the environmental and Indigenous communities see the federal purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline as a betrayal, and suggests that could intensify opposition to expanding the project.