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Rick Appel is torn about leaving Vancouver, a city where he built a 17-year teaching career, to move his family to Comox.
The World Health Organization says compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a new mental health condition, in a move that some critics warn may risk stigmatizing young players.
Dozens of sail boats, paddle boards, kayaks and rowboats left Victoria Sunday for the unique human-powered adventure race up the B.C. Coast.
There were more than 130 residential schools in operation across Canada between the 1870s and 1996.
A social worker from B.C. is calling for legislative change since discovering an Ontario children’s aid society was allowed to disclose her identity after she’d reported a concern anonymously.
Tourism in Canada is on the rise thanks in part to an increase in travellers from China. But can industry numbers reach pre-9/11 levels?
The B.C. government is reviewing the leases of 20 fish farms that expire on June 20. Opponents are upping their pressure campaign in hopes the government will commit to ending fish farming in the ocean. But supporters say that would be a huge blow to an industry responsible for thousands of jobs.
Heat Laliberte is a former foster kid from Saskatchewan who took every opportunity he could to learn to cook and hone his craft — making artisanal bacon.
Japanese disaster authorities say two people have been found without vital signs and 41 others injured by an earthquake in western Japan.
Liping Wong Yip didn't set out to write a book when she started researching her in-law's family tree but after years of work, she released her book "From Wah Lee to Chew Keen" tracing the family's journey from China to Quesnel over 100 years ago.
For Canadians with mounting consumer debt, it may be useful to know that when you die, your surviving family members won't be required to pay unpaid bills such as credit card debt.
Ottawa has pledged that recreational marijuana will become legal sometime this year. But the federal government has said the sale of edible cannabis products will not be legal immediately.
Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation spokesman Connor Paone says are about ten boats were on the water this afternoon, plus an RCMP vessel with a dive team and sonar searching the ocean floor.
Lions defensive back Marcell Young levelled the interloper with a shoulder hit during team's season opener.
Daniel Heath Justice, one of the editors of the two-spirit erotica collection "Sovereign Erotics," talks about sexuality, politics and marginalization.
The Next Gallery Project will bring another 1,850 square metres of gallery space.
A Kamloops woman is travelling the world thanks to her strength of steel and recent career switch to professional arm wrestling.
The driver was pulled to safety and taken to hospital, cold and shaken, but otherwise OK.
RCMP say they were called to Lakeshore Road near Bluebird Beach at about 2:40 a.m., where they found the 35-year-old victim with serious injuries.
The first cohort of Vancouver elementary students to complete a popular Mandarin-bilingual program — from kindergarten to Grade 7 — is set to graduate at the end of June.