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Chester the false killer whale, has died, according to the Vancouver Aquarium.
The mail was found in a minivan in the Morgan Creek area.
Beginning Nov. 23 and open until Feb. 28, the public is invited to fill out an online questionnaire and make comments on various aspects of the electoral system, including their preferred voting system, ballot design, and the distribution of public funding for designated groups to campaign.
The girl was walking to school when a stranger grabbed her around the waist.
Maybe it's because online shopping has taken over or maybe it's because storming the doors of the nearest big box outlet is really a south of the border thing.
Five landslides in separate spots closed the stretch earlier in the week.
A Canadian Pacific Railway train derailed Thursday morning. Officials have confirmed Friday morning that the derailment resulted in a fuel spill into the Fraser River.
Aurora Cannabis Inc. formally launched its all-stock hostile takeover bid for CanniMed Therapeutics Friday, on the condition that the medical marijuana producer cancel its own planned acquisition of Newstrike Resources Ltd.
Five Coast Guard, RCMP and Indigenous vessels from the Haisla Nation were taking part in the search.
The Victoria Royals are honouring the legacy of residential school victim Chanie Wenjack and singer Gord Downie.
Despite an increase in energy-efficient LED bulbs, surface light pollution has increased around the world, according to a team of international researchers led by Christopher Kyba, who's originally from Alberta.
The NHL season has hit the quarter-pole, but there have already been several developments, disappointments and surprises that have caught our eye this fall. That includes the emergence of a hot shot in Vancouver, a flat start in Edmonton, and a record-tying beginning in the desert.
The Sobeys grocery business plans to cut about 800 office jobs across Canada.
Strange behaviour by bowhead whales in Cumberland Sound, Nunavut, left researchers perplexed — until they realized the whales were using boulders like pumice stones to exfoliate their skin.
The call is out for nominations and applications for the city of Vancouver’s next poet laureate. The city is looking to award the role to someone from Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh or Squamish Nation as part of its commitment to being a “city of reconciliation.”
The majestically dumb comments Conservative MP Peter Kent made about marijuana earlier this week suggest that the Tories' re-branding efforts are not going particularly smoothly.
You know how after browsing online, the ads you see are suddenly about whatever you were looking for? Now a Marketplace investigation reveals it's not just ads that your browsing history affects — it's also the prices you're offered.
As winter approaches, some Metro Vancouver non-profits say they’re struggling to find enough volunteers to meet the needs of the people they serve.
The fire chief of Fort St. John is warning 911 callers to give detailed directions to their homes now that dispatch services for northeast B.C. have been moved to Vancouver Island.