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Passengers need to transfer at Bridgeport station. The Millennium and Expo SkyTrain lines aren't effected.
A judge granted the District of Saanich a temporary injunction to evict the campers from Regina Park, a grassy space alongside Highway 1.
A lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme court alleges one of the province's top thoracic surgeons was negligent during a fatal 2017 operation—then tried to conceal the cause of death from both the patient's family and health authorities.
As the annual Rifflandia music festival in Victoria gets underway, organizers are launching a new music-industry conference to attract musicians in town for the weekend.
Vancouver Coastal Health is warning anyone who went to the Skookum Festival, visited Noodlebox Mount Pleasant or the Outdoor Community Block Party, or used public transit in Vancouver during specific times about a possible exposure to measles.
Shell Canada Ltd. has given up its offshore exploration rights, clearing the way for the creation of Canada's first protected marine area under the Canada Wildlife Act.
Potlucks, coffee dates and pizza parties are being held all over the province to address the growing feelings of isolation and loneliness in B.C. communities.
Burnaby's various legal battles against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion have cost $1.1 million, but the city says that expense isn't coming out of voters' property taxes.
Dozens of handwritten notes have appeared on the railings of the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, offering words of encouragement, quotes and pictures intended to help prevent suicides.
Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) say they are concerned that the ailing killer whale known as J50 has not been seen in several days
In June, Vancouver School Board trustees voted six to two to accept BC Hydro's plan for the site, which will see the school demolished and students temporarily moved to a new facility in Coal Harbour while a replacement is built.
Doctors hope the research and cord blood can be used to study diseases and infections related to premature babies in a non-invasive way.
Rare, mummified remains of two ice age animals — a caribou calf and a wolf pup — have been dug up from the permafrost by gold miners near Dawson City, Yukon.
In an open letter, 42 B.C.-based Order of Canada recipients are asking that the pipeline be cancelled and investments directed toward clean energy and a diversified economy.
The province recently approved an allowable rent increase of 4.5 per cent for 2019, the largest increase since 2004.
A second impurity that is a classified as a probable human carcinogen has been found in valsartan, manufactured by Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals in China, Health Canada announces.
Stephen Quinn chats to the mayoral candidate about Vancouver's housing supply and demand, homelessness and the challenges of running as a female, independent candidate.
Adam Ford, University of British Columbia biology professor and Canada Research Chair in Wildlife Restoration Ecology, asks if efforts to save ailing orca J50 are really worth it — because the whales, as a population, face much greater problems than one sick individual.
RCMP say they received several 911 calls around 7:45 p.m. PT about the assault, which happened near the Surrey Central SkyTrain station.
The manager of a Vancouver store where wigs intended for children with cancer were stolen says it has been heartbreaking to call their families and break the news.