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A dispute over the language used at a Richmond condo's strata meetings has ended in a settlement.
With less than 24 hours until marijuana is legal in Canada, the only municipality in B.C. to have a legal pot shop is set to take the final step in approving the store.
The latest post on the Enbridge website says earth sampling near Prince George shows mineral and metal composition is well below provincial and federal standards for urban and residential areas.
Their home in the 3500 block of Price Street caught fire just before 7 a.m.
The union filed the complaint in the spring, claiming the Chilliwack school board had failed to hire enough teachers to fill demand.
Last week the Vancouver Aquarium met one of its biggest rescue challenges — transporting a massive Steller sea lion suffering from bullet wounds in Ucluelet to safety.
'Everybody in my circle is trying to figure out what's next — a lot of us are waiting to see which way the wind blows. The black market has two or three more years in it,' says grower in Nelson, B.C.
What started with a joke and ended with a $550,000 purchase has proven to be a wild ride for Tracy LeBeau of Kamloops, B.C.
Most of the attention focused on Vancouver's election has been on the mayoral race. But who gets elected to council is almost as consequential because little can be done without them.
Millions of visitors to Canada's national parks can add cannabis to their camping kits. Parks Canada said people can consume marijuana at their campsites after it becomes legal Wednesday.
Kelowna's four mayoral candidates squared off on topics of homelessness, transportation and leadership in an election debate Monday afternoon.
B.C. could be feeling the effects of last week’s natural gas pipeline explosion much longer than previously revealed. The province’s natural gas utility, FortisBC, now says it could be months— rather than weeks— before the end of voluntary natural gas rationing.
Energy Minister Michelle Mungall's baby is the first infant in the chamber since legislation was passed to allow children under the age of two to attend with their parents.
The original Seymour River crossing was removed and the popular hiking destination deemed off limits after a downstream rock slide caused localized flooding in 2014.
William Schneider abruptly pleaded guilty to interfering with human remains near end of trial, as closing arguments were set to begin.
An 84-year-old pedestrian who was hit by a vehicle Saturday at Canada Way and Ulser Street in Burnaby has died from his injuries.
BC Hydro says the Site C megaproject construction site in northeastern B.C. is safe from landslides, despite calls for an independent safety review from a retired dam engineer.
A new study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows teenage girls in B.C. are waiting longer to have sex and are more likely to use contraception than they were before the HPV vaccine was made available in public schools in 2008.
Lists of candidates and recommendations on who to vote for are floating around social media ahead of the municipal elections, but Coquitlam's mayor says his position is being misrepresented.
As part of our experiential journalism series In Your Shoes, we accepted a challenge from a producer to go two weeks without any single-use plastics. More than one crying emoji was shared over the course of the challenge.