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'Automatic perception of conflict': Tribunal chair faces off with B.C. attorney general over independence
The chair of the board that decides the fate of some of society's most troubled people is preparing to fight B.C.'s attorney general over independence.
Searchers say low clouds and rain are hampering their efforts.
Here's a look at how the tariffs will work and their possible impacts, in the words of experts who spoke to parliamentarians and CBC News.
The man imprisoned for committing the biggest immigration scam in Canadian history was released on early parole even though he refused to pay more than $900,000 in fines and "minimized his criminal behaviour", according to a Parole Board of Canada decision in November 2017.
It's a 'sad exercise' blaming past politicians for money laundering failures, says B.C. Liberal leader
B.C. Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson sat down with Gloria Macarenko, the host of CBC’s On The Coast, to talk about what the Liberal government did and could have done better.
A baby beaver whose dam was washed away by floods in Dawson Creek, B.C. has been released back into the wild after two years of rehabilitation on Vancouver Island.
Archbald, 37, and Daley, 43, were last seen leaving Ucluelet Small Craft Harbour on May 16.
As B.C. cities debate how much to pay mayors and councillors in advance of new federal tax rules, some millennial politicians worry low wages are preventing other young people from getting involved in politics.
B.C. has declared a fire ban throughout the Kamloops Fire Centre's jurisdiction, including the North Okanagan region.
The B.C. government is now accepting applications from child-care providers to pilot a program that would provide $200 per month childcare. But some daycares say the paperwork and hoops they have to jump through are challenging.
Classes are out in B.C. for the summer — and that means an end to school breakfast and lunch programs for children in need.
Study finds people often ignore parts of their genetic ancestry.
A 14-year-old Delta baseball star who died unexpectedly earlier this year is being remembered at a memorial baseball tournament.
For decades, politicians have promised to make Surrey safer, but have elected officials followed through with their plans?
The port city has grappled with tent cities, and hopes to end homelessness by transitioning residents from shelters into modular homes.
The project will gather data on fish populations managed jointly between Canada and the U.S. to see if the robot vessels, or Saildrones, can measure underwater conditions more efficiently than their large research ships.
One spring day last year, Marika Skye Winthrope was driving to work when she got an emergency message from home. Her developmentally disabled brother was trying to tell her that something was seriously wrong with their mother.
Metro Vancouver mayors have approved an ambitious $7-billion transit and transportation infrastructure deal — but it comes with a surprise increase to the gas tax.
The Salmon Arm Secondary student has been charged with uttering threats.