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Canadians born between 1945 and 1975 — essentially the baby-boom generation — should be tested for the potentially liver-destroying virus hepatitis C, a new set of guidelines recommends.
Cannabis businesses are growing in size and scope as Canada moves toward the legalization of recreational pot, creating an increasingly daunting job for those tasked with enforcing the rules.
Axe and Grind is Victoria's first axe-throwing club. The sport is a growing urban trend across the Canada and the U.S.
"I’m always looking for projects to work on with other composers, other kind of theatrical projects that I am attracted to, or just kind of composing myself trying to find a new language that’s kind of unique and unusual."
Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops is hoping a little boost will convince more people to ride bikes to campus.
Three cougars had to be killed in a residential part of Port Coquitlam near Chelsea Park between Thurdsay and Saturday.
With B.C.’s local elections coming up this fall, a former city councillor in Nelson is sharing tales from her time in civic politics to encourage others to consider taking up the job.
Forty years ago this month, hundreds of B.C. beer workers were locked out by the major three breweries at the time: Labatt, Molson and Carling O'Keefe.
British Columbia's vast outdoor trail network is renowned around the world, but it's grown increasingly crowded in recent years, pushing hikers and bikers deeper into the woods to build their own unauthorized routes.
The fire was called in around 11:40 p.m. after smoke and flames started showing from the roof of the house in the 5600-block of Royal Oak Avenue.
Trans Mountain protesters in Burnaby have dubbed it the "Justin Trudeau memorial pipeline" in response to the federal government's decision to buy the project.
Opponents of a street level light rail plan linking Newton to Guilford say the system will be too slow and disruptive for what it costs.
Police say the 59-year-old had been walking along the tracks.
Glenny Davison, who started her pole fitness journey at age 38, says the sport is not sexualized as is traditionally thought, and is more about empowerment.
A new lending library is coming to Vancouver Island, but instead of offering books or other typical rental items, it will hand out farming equipment.
The family of four-year-old Lila Jane Zuest says the girl is in stable condition, nearly a week after a bus accident left her in critical care.
Richmond Fire Rescue crews brought the elderly homeowners to safety.
Hip-hop star Sean Combs made this artist a record setter. Now his works to be displayed in Vancouver
Kerry James Marshall has been making art for the past 40 years but lately his fame has been exploding. Diddy recently paid $21.1 million at auction for one of his works.
In 1994, everything was going picture perfect for Denise Wozniak. Then her six-month-old daughter Katie was diagnosed with AIDS.
The Middle East is a big, diverse place, and the same is true of its culinary styles. Here are three restaurants in the Lower Mainland with great Middle Eastern food.