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Months of gruelling training comes down to just one moment at high-level competitions and, for many athletes, the mental strains can be as challenging as the physical ones.
Fast skiing and precise shooting make for an excellent winter sport.
Miss Andie of Ladysmith, B.C., has won Best in Breed at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
B.C.'s backcountry adventurers are in for yet another weekend of risky avalanche conditions as a forecasted snowstorm tracks toward the province.
In the throne speech, the B.C. government said it would allow municipalities to create rental-only zones in order to help increase the supply of purpose-built rental housing. It's an idea that developer Aly Jiwan sees as a step in the right direction.
Sonia Furstenau cites 'doublespeak' in the federal government's decision to OK pipeline in exchange for Alberta climate plan support.
Realtor named Kaminder Rai shot in Kerrisdale is city's sixth homicide so far in 2018.
The vintage club, known for its neon glare, saucy signage and seven decades of bad behaviour, will host A Steady Rain in its "intimate" upper rooms, where stars such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra once retired for private after-parties.
The B.C. government will build a new replacement for the Pattullo Bridge, with construction scheduled to begin in the summer of 2019 and completion in 2023.
Elderbeary, a mascot meant to promote the idea that a senior's life can be active and fun, has become an unintentional symbol for a growing problem: a shortage of volunteers willing to spend time with Canada's aging population.
A Greyhound bus has crashed north of Prince George, B.C., injuring at least one person, according to Emergency Health Services.
Months after the U.S. Treasury lifted a label designating Vancouver's PacNet Services as a "significant transnational criminal organization," the payments processor is facing a lawsuit from B.C.'s Director of Civil Forfeiture.
The newest residents of Squamish, B.C., are full of energy and entrepreneurial spirit, but are creating demands the city finds challenging to meet, Mayor Patricia Heintzman said.
When people walk by the the staircase outside the main entrance of Harm Wolding’s wine shop in New Westminster, they usually say one of two things: “Is that ever ugly?” or “Why would anyone ever decide to put a staircase there?”
Female RCMP members say a secret Facebook group restricted to male RCMP members reinforces the boys' club nature of the force at a time when it is facing harassment lawsuits.
U.K. trade envoy to Canada, Andrew Percy is in British Columbia for talks with industry and government officials.
Michelle Obama says social media magnifies feelings of political and cultural division, underlining a need for people to get out of their online silos. The former U.S. first lady made the remarks Thursday at a sold-out event in Vancouver.
The mystery surrounding the timing of the Pattullo Bridge's replacement — and how it will be funded — may be resolved Friday morning.
The Lunar New Year is one of the most celebrated events around the world and is considered a public holiday in several countries. For those celebrating in British Columbia, it can be challenging to plan festivities when the New Year falls on a work day.
In a news release, police say the assault to took place Jan. 17 at approximately 6 p.m. PT on the grounds of John Maclure Elementary School in Abbotsford.