CBC British Columbia
In the midst of B.C.'s record-breaking wildfire season, the heat from four fires triggered huge thunderstorms that sent smoke flying into the stratosphere, eventually spreading through the entire Northern Hemisphere.
The lynching of a Canadian in a Peruvian jungle town highlights the dangers associated the unregulated growth of the ayahuasca healing industry.
A large fire was raging in East Vancouver Wednesday night, lighting up the sky and sending plumes of smoke rising into the air.
The B.C. SPCA says a person committed a “cruel and deliberate act of animal cruelty" in Pouce Coupe, B.C. by leaving a cat bound with zip-ties to die in a dumpster.
Two Nanaimo RCMP officers were "slightly" injured Wednesday when the driver of a stolen pick-up truck rammed and mangled their unmarked cars, police said.
The Ocean House is part of the Nation’s plan to become more economically independent in its remote location.
A former youth sports coach and police officer was sentenced Tuesday for indecent assaults and sexual assaults in B.C. and Saskatchewan dating back decades.
A Vancouver biotechnology company is getting an injection of $45 million from two levels of government to build a facility expected to create hundreds of jobs.
The B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons has won a court order against an unlicensed woman who posed as a doctor and administered botox injections to people in homes, cars and at parties.
Britain's Information Commissioner is officially challenging some of the answers provided by representatives of a Canadian technology firm during their appearance before a parliamentary committee in Ottawa this week.
After eight months at the bargaining table, the union representing WestJet pilots is calling a strike vote.
There were 15 overdoses at Insite yesterday, double the number.
Across the province, international students pay far more for classes than Canadians, with some programs costing international students as much as three to four times more than domestic students.
A Saanich man is has been arrested after he was allegedly caught transferring large bales of illegal drugs from one high-speed boat to another in the waters between B.C. and Washington state.
After struggling to find enough staff, a small independent school in Victoria, with a 30-year history, is closing its doors.
Vancouver Coastal Health says the majority of the 220 people who received medical attention at this year's 4/20 marijuana event at Sunset Beach had consumed edibles.
B.C. Transit is rolling out a real-time bus tracking system in seven B.C. communities outside the Lower Mainland, starting with Nanaimo in May.
The city estimates there are now more than 50 yellow-bellied marmots living in the rocky hillside near Kal Tire Place.
Fitting phrases like 'scentlesss chamomille' and 'toss into the landfill' a 'good challenge' for Peace-region musician Dori Braun.
The man charged last year in the 1996 sexual assault of a New Westminster grandmother has died while awaiting trial at a pre-trial centre.