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It’s a busy CBC day in Kelowna ahead of the municipal elections.
Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer, president of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, addresses police readiness with cannabis becoming legal on Wednesday.
Only one government-approved marijuana dispensary will be open in B.C. on Wednesday, when recreational cannabis becomes legal. Mike Farnworth, solicitor general and minister of public safety, says there are over 100 applications pending and the public can expect more pot shops in the months ahead.
Four people have been displaced, but are uninjured.
Twins Jaxon and Axel weighed less than three kilograms combined when born more than two months premature. The pair spent 147 days in a neonatal care unit. Now their parents are home with them and sharing their experiences with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Some residents in the landslide-threatened community of Old Fort have been granted permission from the Peace River Regional District to return home temporarily to collect belongings and prepare their homes for winter.
Raziel Reid's new novel, Kens, is a high school story inspired by the plastic Barbie world. In the teen novel, the stereotypical high school hierarchy is reimagined and parodied. Think Mean Girls, meets Heathers, meets The Stepford Wives ... with an LGBTQ twist.
There is no acceptable scientific evidence that chiropractors can treat Alzheimer's disease, cancer, diabetes, infertility, infections, autism, ADHD or Down syndrome. And yet, some practitioners in this province claim they can.
A man who swam naked at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada in downtown Toronto late Friday is wanted in a violent assault earlier in the evening, Toronto police say.
Affordable housing is a hot topic among mayoral candidates in some Vancouver Island municipalities as election day approaches.
Victoria has shed its sleepy reputation as home to "newlyweds and nearly deads" and ushered in a more urban, modern vibe.
ICBC made its road tests more challenging in 2016. Now, wait times to take one have soared to 58 days. But the corporation says the main factor driving the problem is people showing up unprepared to take the test, not a lack of driver examiners.
Pot becomes legal on Wednesday, but the rules vary widely across the country, with some provinces allowing private retail sales and others putting recreational cannabis under the control of government-run monopolies. Here's a guide to the rules.
MasterChef Canada contestant Travis Petersen is one of several chefs and companies serving cannabis-infused meals at intimate gatherings in secret locations to test the appetite for fine, high dining.
The City of Vancouver is lowering natural gas use in some of its city-staff occupied buildings, recreation centres and public library branches following a pipeline rupture near Prince George B.C.
B.C. grows hundreds of varieties of apples, from the old favourite, McIntosh, to the lesser-known Ribston Pippin. And now is the time to take a bite.
'It feels pretty good,' says Jonathan Sedman who's son was born a day after he was critically injured at a Vancouver Island racetrack.
'Bottom of the Pot,' a new cookbook authored by Naz Deravian, details her journey from Iran to Rome, Vancouver and Los Angeles and the role that food played in making it easier to adjust to new cultures.
London Drugs is apologizing for a human error that resulted in three-year-old Charlie Cherriere taking five times the amount of the drug he was prescribed. He survived due to his mother's quick action, but his family is advocating for others to be vigilant with prescriptions.
Current mayor Gerry Thiessen spoke about Fox's contributions to the growth and welfare of the community. Len Fox, former MLA and mayor of Vanderhoof, B.C., passed away recently and is remembered as an athlete, environmentalist and mentor by the community he served for over 30 years.