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Chase Davison was a fifth generation farmer running his family's dairy operation in Maple Ridge, B.C. He dreamed of expanding the farm. But that dream was the reason he was on the Trans-Canada Highway when he was in a collision, leaving his family unsure of the future.
Todd and Nicole Cameron from Nanaimo seem like a normal couple expecting a baby ... but something very strange happened during their maternity shoot.
Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser scored 1:10 apart in the third period and Jake Virtanen and Markus Granlund added empty-net goals in the Vancouver Canucks' 4-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night.
The opulent dress is the centrepiece of Vancouver Art Gallery's newest exhibit, which features 40 avant-garde designs from Guo Pei, China's foremost couturière.
Delta's Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society suddenly fired Beverly Day in 2014, and accused her of misappropriating funds
The RCMP are investigating a fatal shooting near an elementary school in Surrey, B.C.
Surrey businessman believes the time is right for Beyond Shuttle, a startup intended to serve frustrated south-of-the-Fraser commuters.
Vacancy rates for affordable homes are plummeting and not just in Metro Vancouver, according to a new study co-authored by a University of British Columbia researcher and the Union Gospel Mission.
British Columbians are being asked to avoid any "non-essential" use of natural gas after one of Enbridge's pipelines exploded and caught fire northeast of Prince George on Tuesday. Here's why.
Retired twin superstars Daniel and Henrik Sedin will have their numbers retired by the Vancouver Canucks as part of a week-long celebration next season.
More than 2,500 farms in Canada produce 80,000 metric tonnes of pumpkins each year, with about two-thirds sold fresh to customers. The vast majority isn’t used for food, but for Halloween decorations.
Recreational cannabis becomes legal in less than a week but one Vancouver-based employment lawyer says employees shouldn’t get their hopes up about weed in the workplace.
Two seniors and a 41-year-old have been arrested after a drug raid in Vancouver's West End.
Man seen carrying a rifle into New Westminster hospital parkade now in custody.
Two cities in Western Canada have been named the next commercial real estate "hot spots" for the cannabis market, according to a report.
Two years after the federal government promised a system to fix the no-fly list that had seen toddlers and other Canadians mistakenly flagged as aviation security risks, families affected say they're worried changes won't be put in place until after the next federal election.
The City of Vancouver is expanding voting opportunities in this municipal election. For the first time it has added homeless shelters and social service drop-in centres to the list of voting locations.
The smaller, 30-inch Enbridge pipeline was shut down as a precaution after the 36-inch line exploded in Shelley, northeast of Prince George.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled Canada's lawmakers do not have a duty to consult with Indigenous Peoples before introducing legislation in Parliament that may affect Aboriginal and treaty rights, a decision that will be welcomed by the federal government, which argued such an obligation would be far too onerous.
If you'd like a hint at who is doing better than expected, take a look at who the majority of the candidates in the race are attacking.