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'They should have put this bus up years ago': New routes aim to make notorious Highway of Tears safer
Two new subsidized bus routes on B.C.'s Highway 16 aim to reduce hitchhiking and provide safe, affordable transit along the notorious stretch known as the Highway of Tears, where more than a dozen women have gone missing or been murdered.
The Greater Vancouver Food Bank is on a mission to expand its ability to accept produce donations, fill hungry bellies and provide nutritious meals to people in need. It all starts with a simple tomato soup.
There are still no official candidates for leader of the BC Liberals, but the race is set to heat up this weekend when former Surrey mayor Dianne Watts is expected to announce her candidacy.
B.C. is not free of discrimination but a well-resourced, independent body with a broad mandate to enforce equality could help us move in the right direction, says Harinder Mahil, former chief commissioner of the BCHRC.
Adriane Carr says her biggest concern is the impact that 50,000 high paying jobs would have on housing and rental prices, if Amazon decides to set up a second headquarters in Vancouver.
Minor fender-benders on the Lions Gate Bridge shouldn't take hours to clear.
More than 1,0000 steelhead, coho and pink salmon have been transported over the 2014 rock slide since the installation of a fish fence. The waterway could be restored as early as next year.
The B.C. Treaty Commission says the political climate in the province and federally is ripe for pushing ahead stalled treaty negotiations.
The NHL is hoping the two-game preseason series, its first ever games in China, will boost hockey interest in its largest untapped market.
Attorney General David Eby says British Columbians will have the opportunity to shape and re-establish the province's human rights commission
An insurance company has been ordered to stop selling policies through two payday lenders and provide refunds after an investigation by British Columbia regulators.
Vancouverite Jaime Stein was in Mexico City yesterday on a business trip and in a meeting on the top floor of a building with the earthquake hit
The Elephant Hill fire, which eventually grew to over 110,000 hectares in size, was one of the most devastating in a record-breaking wildfire season for B.C.
Across the province, B.c. entrepreneurs and business owners are planning to sell but may not be prepared for the transition, warns a survey by the Business Development Bank of Canada.
Public Health officials with Fraser Health are asking everyone who bought Original Kulfi brand product from Supreme Ice Cream in Surrey to immediately discard the product.
Police say the body of a hiker who fell from an Oregon cliff more than a week ago has washed ashore.
British Columbia's Information and Privacy Commissioner is expressing "disappointment" at the previous provincial government's consistent delays in responding to Freedom of Information Requests.
Jarrod Bacon is back in a Quebec prison after police found the notorious B.C. gangster breaking the conditions of his statutory release.
Highway 3 between Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass is expected to get significant accumulations.
Two weeks after classes are back in session, B.C. is still facing a serious lack of teachers on call and the students most affected by the shortage are those in special needs programs.