CBC British Columbia
We're down to one final debate.
The man and woman lost their way and were losing daylight, but had enough cell coverage to call 911.
British Columbians aged 19 and older can now legally purchase non-medical cannabis.
Brock Boeser fired a wrist shot by Casey DeSmith's stick and into the net 34 seconds into overtime to lift the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.
Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help finding a man wanted B.C.-wide after he removed his electronic monitoring bracelet while out on bail on Oct. 15.
Pumpkin lattes, pumpkin beers, pumpkin donuts — and now, you can add a pumpkin marriage proposal to the ever-growing list of things infused with the bright orange squash at this time of year.
Kelowna's mayoral race is largely an election about identity and what image the city wants to embrace.
Health officials in Vancouver are warning drug users to be cautious after a synthetic cannabinoid was detected in a fake Xanax tablet at the Insite supervised injection site on Monday.
A B.C. junior hockey league's attempt to expel an entire team because of its owner's actions during an on-ice brawl has been halted by a judge, who called the move "unfairly prejudicial and oppressive."
A senior U.S. border patrol official is warning travellers that cannabis remains an illegal narcotic in the U.S. - and even if you've been granted amnesty for a previous pot-related criminal conviction, you could still be denied entry to the United States.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week.
A man who made headlines on Monday when a video surfaced on social media allegedly showing him jumping into a shark-filled aquarium in the nude has been arrested, police say.
Emerald Plants Heath Source, a licensed medicinal marijuana producer, announced it's partnering with Merritt Valley Cannabis Tuesday to begin work on a 56-acre farm and research facility.
Two art galleries that have helped foster Vancouver talent worldwide are losing their home. As of 2020, the structure at 525 Great Northern Way is making way for the new Broadway transit line, and the province says there's no turning back the SkyTrain.
Issues of housing affordability, homelessness and a botched park development dominate Penticton election
The lack of affordable housing, homelessness and outgoing city council's handling of a plan to develop part of a popular lake park are issues top of mind for voters in Penticton as they prepare to head to the polls on Oct. 20.
The provincial government is moving ahead with a controversial tax that targets secondary homes left vacant by homeowners.
Th business of cannabis has come a long way in a short time, and, with increased access to the drug due to legalization, researchers are looking forward to more opportunities to study it in order to provide better information to the public.
Seaplane pilot Gareth Morgan was possibly struck by an elbow or camera while piloting a sightseeing tour near Sydney, Australia on New Year's Eve, says company owner.
A Vancouver Island nanny accused of sexually abusing the children in his care is facing more charges.
Advanced voting in municipal elections is underway and there are a lot of candidates to wade through before making a decision.