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Pacific Assistance Dogs Society, the charity that provides service dogs is expecting a windfall of puppies by the end of the year and it needs volunteers to help raise and train them.
Incumbent, establishment councillor Linda Buchanan doesn't have one well-known candidate running against her, she has three — an experienced mayoralty candidate and two council veterans.
Nanaimo Mayor Bill MacKay says it doesn't make sense to push homeless campers back onto the streets when new housing to ease the crisis is set to open next month.
A byelection has yet to be called for the federal riding of Burnaby South in B.C.'s Lower Mainland, but NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has already spent the better part of a month campaigning for a race that could hold the key to his political future.
B.C.'s Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth toured a slow-moving landslide that has forced around 200 residents of Old Fort out of their homes.
Luxury bike wear company Kit and Ace is steering itself in a new direction without its famed co-founders.
The University of British Columbia has issued an urgent emergency community alert for its Point Grey campus, warning that natural gas could be in short supply as early as Wednesday evening.
A two-seat float plane that went missing on June 20th, 1997, has been discovered in a remote area of Wells Gray Provincial Park, north of Clearwater B.C.
Washington and Colorado became the first U.S. states to broadly legalize recreational marijuana in 2012 and Gov. Jay Inslee says few of the concerns expressed at the time became a reality.
British Columbia-based Catalyst Paper Corp. has reached an agreement to sell its operations in Powell River, Crofton and Port Alberni to Paper Excellence Canada of Richmond, B.C.
When first-time B.C. tourist Michael John Buckingham headed up the Grouse Grind on Monday, he had an extra battery pack for his iPhone 8, two compasses — and he grabbed a stranger's phone number on the way up — just in case.
Study suggests the number of fatal crashes jumped by 118 per cent, injury claims with ICBC rose by 30 per cent and total insurance claims went up by 43 per cent.
Multiple police agencies respond after the man was seen entering the New Westminster hospital.
The Union of Canadian Transportation Employees says more than a dozen of the 54 permanent lightkeeping positions at B.C.'s 27 lighthouses are vacant, and a relief pool designed to fill in staffing gaps is empty.
Whoever becomes Surrey's mayor on Oct. 20 will deal with huge questions on crime, transportation, and affordable housing, in an area larger than Vancouver, Burnaby and Richmond combined.
VPD says officer assaulted after pulling over an SUV being driven in a restricted part of Granville Street.
Father Peter Hung Cong Tran served as pastor of St. Francis of Assisi church in downtown Calgary from 2016 until his recent dismissal.
The Nathan E. Stewart ran aground in 2016, spilling an estimated 100,000 litres of diesel into waters near Bella Bella, B.C.
B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development is asking for voluntary reductions in water use.
Victoria-based retailer doesn't think the grey market will come to a sudden end on October 17.