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An elderly and ailing woman who fled the Philippines has been granted refugee status in Canada — the Immigration and Refugee Board ruling she is a "person in need of protection" from her former church, the "Iglesia Ni Cristo."
By the time class let out for the summer in 2016, a lonely Vancouver Island preteen was spending almost all of every school day alone in an empty room, away from his friends.
West Vancouver has become the latest municipality in Metro Vancouver to ban all cannabis retail and production facilities within its boundaries.
A man was arrested at BCIT's Burnaby campus Monday afternoon after he allegedly took cellphone photos of women in the washroom.
A legislative committee has unanimously recommended Jennifer Charlesworth to be British Columbia's new representative for children and youth, as Bernard Richard prepares to leave after 18 months on the job.
A new study from tUBC suggests conditions such as sleep problems, irritable bowel syndrome and depression are more common among multiple sclerosis patients.
Two volunteers in Kamloops initiated a used needle buyback program aimed at keeping the streets clean. After a successful launch that saw them collect more than 5,000 needles in one week, they say they’re left wondering why Interior Health hasn’t launched its own program.
A photo from a Saskatoon rally welcoming Syrian refugees is getting huge shares on social media, but for all the wrong reasons.
Vancouver’s iconic glittering Science World reflects into False Creek, but, of late, that reflection is marred by a noticeable oily scum.
Its scientific name means giant misshapen phallus, and indeed the smell of the corpse flower drawing crowds to Vancouver's Bloedel Conservatory is all about sex — and trickery.
A wildfire near Kamloops, B.C., that was burning all weekend is under control, according to the B.C. Wildfire Service.
A Richmond woman is dead after being hit by a car Friday while crossing an intersection.
The B.C. NDP government has launched a new labour agreement model aimed at getting more apprentices, Indigenous, under-represented groups and local residents working on infrastructure projects.
A 35-year-old man is recovering in hospital from serious injuries following the latest targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C.
According to the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre in Victoria, someone made a distress call on marine radio saying their captain had passed out.
One of the key differences between this scam and previous similar ones is how suddenly the question of investment comes up and the relatively small amounts of money being requested, says the B.C. Securities Commission.
Members of Justin Trudeau's youth council are urging the prime minister to withdraw his decision to buy Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Smell hath no fury like a corpse flower in bloom: exotic plant begins stinking up Bloedel Conservatory
Crowds are gathering at a Vancouver conservatory to witness the rare blooming of an exotic plant known for its size and stench.
The Vancouver-based duo Winsome Kind brings feelgood folk pop to the CBC Musical Nooners stage on Monday, July 16.
In a recent video posted to Instagram, Adam Hadwin was preparing for this week's British Open by hitting balls in his backyard in Phoenix. It may seem counterproductive, climate-wise, except it was during an Arizona monsoon — and the Canadian golfer was there in full rain-gear, smiling away.