CBC British Columbia
Catfish is passing as cod and tilapia is masquerading as snapper in Metro Vancouver, according to a new study that found up to a quarter of seafood sold in the region was mislabelled.
The city held a naming ceremony Monday that included members of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations, who helped the city come up with the names.
The NHL awards will honour survivors and first responders from three tragedies that recently took place in Canada and the U.S., including survivors from the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
The video is only seconds long. It captures the last moments of Dr. Alphonsus Hui's life before Ken Chung slammed into him at 119 km/h.
A corvette and Kawasaki motorcycle collided on the Trans Canada Highway on Sunday. Officials say a police officer was involved in the crash but would not say how.
A rumour of treasure hidden in the rubble of a burned Vancouver house is attracting unwanted attention, according to neighbours who have to regularly call police.
Vancouver's park board is determining whether a review of its oldest golf course is out of bounds or ready to be teed up.
Police are investigating the remains of two people discovered last week by a woman walking her dog near Ucluelet.
Virk died Saturday, 20 years after her daughter was swarmed and killed by her peers.
Five B.C. families are stuck in Tokyo as Ottawa sorts out the confusion over Japanese adoption laws prompted by a notice from the U.S. government.
Washington and British Columbia have more similarities than differences when it comes to winemaking and need to stand together, says the president of Washington State Wine.
The first in a long series of pipeline protester trials is expected to wrap up Monday in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver.
The proposed system would replace the region’s three zones with fares that gradually increase depending on the number of kilometres travelled between stations.
Housing Minister Selina Robinson says the $550-million fund will be a major step forward in making sure there is more safe and secure housing available.
A B.C. salmon fish-farming company says the Land Act requires the government to give the company 60 days notice if it plans to evict the farms, which it has not yet done.
Vancouver police are defending street checks, arguing they are not arbitrarily carding people despite allegations of racial bias.
Indigenous protesters in Washington State are promising a Standing Rock-style confrontation over the controversial pipeline expansion project.
The celebrated artist, whose paintings would sell for more than $1 million, was also known as a recluse, refusing even to attend his own openings.
A newly renovated space on Pandora Avenue opens Monday and will include 10 consumption booths, reception and post-use areas along with rooms for counselling and medical help.
Monday temperatures are expected to hit the high 20s on the South Coast, and reach up to 35 C in the Interior.