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Through much of Vancouver's colourful past, the Orpheum Theatre has been a constant.
Here's how the all-woman chief and council of the Saik'uz First Nation is changing the way leadership works
In January 2017, five women were elected to lead the Saik'uz First Nation, and just a few months into their term, the all-female team is transforming the way things get done in their community, 100 kilometres west of Prince George.
Canada Post says Santa won't be sending as many personalized letters to kids this year, though he still wants to make sure he responds to every note he receives.
Annette Poitras had a happy hospital bed reunion Friday afternoon with two of the dogs that were at her side while she was lost in the wilderness this weekend.
A University of Victoria researcher wants more recognition for a Swiss bureaucrat who helped save the lives of more than 60,000 Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.
Bus drivers in Fort St. John, B.C., are giving out free reflective suspenders to people walking around in dark clothes in an effort to reduce accidents.
The Cambie Bridge Warming aims to showcase what can be done with underutilized public space.
November is one of the worst months for pedestrian fatalities in British Columbia with dark nights, slippery roads and low visibility.
A shelter for women fleeing abuse and violence in Kitimat, B.C., says it need to expand its capacity to meet the needs of the community.
The first bitcoin ATM north of Pemberton, B.C., has been installed in Prince Rupert as the value of the digital currency reaches record highs.
Attention logophiles! Oxford Dictionaries is one step closer to adding a new word and it's the creation of Levi Budd from Victoria B.C.
Three landslides in separate locations completely closed the stretch of highway in the eastern Fraser Valley earlier in the week.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson takes questions on the city's new housing strategy on CBC Radio One's On the Coast.
Though the stakeholders have met to discuss how to ensure safety near the Stuart Wood temporary shelter in Kamloops, B.C., a children's advocate is calling for a public forum to ask officials questions.
Chester the false killer whale, has died, according to the Vancouver Aquarium.
The mail was found in a minivan in the Morgan Creek area.
Beginning Nov. 23 and open until Feb. 28, the public is invited to fill out an online questionnaire and make comments on various aspects of the electoral system, including their preferred voting system, ballot design, and the distribution of public funding for designated groups to campaign.
The girl was walking to school when a stranger grabbed her around the waist.
Maybe it's because online shopping has taken over or maybe it's because storming the doors of the nearest big box outlet is really a south of the border thing.
Five landslides in separate spots closed the stretch earlier in the week.