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Step into any Asian grocery store or bakery as Mid-Autumn Festival approaches and you'll see all sorts of mooncakes — dense pastries that serve as the culinary centrepiece of the traditional family feast.
Weather conditions are hindering the search for a small, home-built plane that disappeared without a trace during a Friday afternoon flight from Edmonton, Alta., to Chilliwack, B.C.
'We see a lot of kids with neck pains, shoulder pains, headaches, and the backpacks are certainly contributing to this in a significant way,” physiotherapist says.
Antonio Ramunno knew he shouldn’t have been out on his motorcycle, but it was such a beautiful night. He was just ‘pissing around’, doing stuff he knew he shouldn’t be.
Ghost nets kill millions of sea creatures worldwide and this B.C. example on the Fraser River highlights a largely unseen global problem. Roughly 640,000 tonnes of fishing gear is estimated lost or dumped into the world's oceans each year.
Federal New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh will run in an upcoming byelection in British Columbia.
Artificial trans fats will be off Canadian plates for good, as the final step to ban them in Canada took effect Monday. Researchers believe a ban could prevent up to 12,000 heart attacks in Canada over 20 years.
Among First Nations, basket weavers have always been held in high regard. Now the baskets are gaining more notice than just being functional works of art.
Dozens of people, including Environment Minister Catherine McKenna gathered on Ionia Beach on Saturday for the 25th annual Great Canadian Shore cleanup.
This year's B.C. wildfires affected not only people, but thousands of livestock as well. Horses, sheep, cows, goats and more are still being sheltered in fairgrounds and friends’ barns throughout the Bulkley Valley in the northwest central interior of B.C.
Vancouver Police have arrested a man after he allegedly drove across the border into Canada from the United States without stopping.
The pair only meant to do a relatively easy hike to a popular waterfall in Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, but ended up hiking up a mountain after getting lost.
A man has been charged with murder in connection to the Belgian tourist who was killed while hitchhiking in B.C. last month.
Aviation crews from B.C. are searching for possible survivors after a private plane headed from Edmonton to Chilliwack was reported missing Friday afternoon.
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has called off the active search for a sick killer whale that garnered international attention.
A Vancouver Island professor has created an Indigenous languages cheat-sheet to help communities in B.C. incorporate words and greetings into their vocabulary.
The Ministry of Forests says a number of safety hazards remain for those in the affected areas.
Unlike cities like Paris, Buenos Aires or Rome, Vancouver is not known for its romance but one author is trying to change that.
A team of scientists found the trove of species — some it believes may be previously undiscovered — in the Ancient Forest/Chun T'oh Provincial Park, a rarely studied inland rainforest 115 kilometres east of Prince George, B.C.
Haida Gwaii residents are calling for big changes to ferry service. A reduced schedule and increased demand from tourists are leading some frustrated locals to avoid the ferry.