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Bo Horvat scored the tie-breaking goal in the third period, leading the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 victory over the Florida Panthers on Saturday night, but Canucks rookie Elias Pettersson was forced to leave the game.
Kennedy Stewart's Vancouver mayoral campaign is making no apologies for trying to remove unproven online claims he's funded by unions.
After Benjamin Manea, the owner of Walla Artisan Bakery and Cafe, was diagnosed with ALS, he thought he would have to shut down his bakery.
In a speech to about 200 teachers at a conference in Edmonton Saturday, Premier Rachel Notley argued that killing hundreds of thousands of jobs in the resource sector will stop progress on climate change. Anti-pipeline activist Tzeporah Berman said that is absurd.
The British Columbia government says a new agreement between a group of Indigenous people and the provincial and federal governments is consistent with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Revelstoke RCMP releases dashcam footage showing a near head-on collision between a commercial truck and passenger bus on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Both of Oak Bay's mayoral candidates agree the area needs more housing options, but they don't agree on how it should happen.
Ticket demand for the 2019 World Junior Hockey Championship — Dec. 26, 2018 to Jan. 5, 2019 in Vancouver and Victoria — has "exceeded expectations," says the tournament director.
Enbridge says it will begin cleaning up the site of a natural gas pipeline explosion in Prince George, but says it does not have a timeline for how long the task will take.
One man has been arrested by New Westminster Police following several reports of possession and distribution of images depicting child sexual abuse.
The 37-year-old driver of the motorcycle died overnight from his injuries.
A group of senior women are baring (nearly) it all to come to the rescue of a struggling fire hall in the Kootenays.
There are steps we can take to minimize the effects of a service outage that don't need to be as drastic as closing all of your accounts and moving elsewhere.
A cider-brewing craze has hit Metro Vancouver — spurred on by trends like gluten-free living and a love for fermented drinks like kombucha, according to those in the know.
Renters in Burnaby are feeling squeezed as older and more affordable low-rise rental apartments are demolished to make room for new condo towers. They're looking to mayoral candidates for solutions.
The Elephant Hill Wildfire burned up 192,000 hectares of B.C. Interior in 2017. One archaeologist says that has made it easier to comb the forest floor for hidden Indigenous archaeological sites.
Damien Chazelle's new movie First Man, released Friday, tells the tale of the man behind the first moon landing. It's a story that resonates with astronauts today: their personal challenges going hand-in-hand with those of their jobs.
Two new drug testing machines are being deployed in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, an area hit hard by the opioid overdose crisis. The devices will let users check what's inside their street drugs before they consume them.
A Saanich woman has been charged in connection with a Dec. 2017 crash that left an 11-year-old girl with life-altering injuries.
Part of Nanaimo's tent city has been evacuated after an apparent homemade bomb was found near the site on Friday afternoon.