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The salvage effort now moves to pumping out the water and fuel from the George H. Ledcor
As wildfires continue to burn across the province, Environment Canada says the air quality in some B.C. municipalities is poor while others improve as smoke moves away.
Students at Trinity Western University will no longer have to sign an agreement promising to abstain from all sex outside of heterosexual marriage. But the university has not retracted the beliefs asserted in the document, writes a queer Trinity Western alum.
The George H. Ledcor sank quickly after it keeled over, according to a tugboat captain who was on scene minutes after the capsize happened.
The girls, aged 10 and 12, were holding a hand-drawn map labelled "Plan," which traced their steps to the bus stop and then to Production Way Skytrain Station, apparently to "eat!" The final stop was marked as "London."
Louise Baxter, 52, disappeared with her goldendoodle Sunday while on a walk in the Jumbo Pass area, but was located late Wednesday in good health.
Many across the province are calling for more to be done to better manage wildfire season going forward and are expressing concern that the province took too long respond to the fires.
The only party that has formed to oppose the government is the New West Progressives, and they're deciding Thursday whether to run someone against Coté or focus solely on council and school board battles.
Some evacuees are frustrated they aren’t able to return to their homes to rescue personal belongings from the flames, while others are simply defying the order to leave and staying put as wildfires grow.
Burnaby RCMP have started the process of evicting protesters from Camp Cloud, the protest camp set up in opposition to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
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When Thomas Hasek decided to get immunized against shingles a few years back, he had to pay $200 for the shot. That struck him as unfair — after all, the childhood chickenpox vaccine addresses the same virus, and it's publicly funded.
A Saskatchewan woman is taking a unique approach to halting pipeline construction on her land.
A four-month-old girl is recovering after the driver of a pickup truck crash through her bedroom wall and trapping her underneath the vehicle.
Tennis Canada will build a new training facility in Burnaby, B.C., the sport's national governing body announced on Tuesday.
Victoria police seeking more victims after 71-year-old charged with multiple counts of sexual assault
A 71-year-old Esquimalt man is in custody and facing four charges of "historical" sexual assaults involving four women.
Neo-swamp folk rock band Wooden Horsemen returns to the CBC Musical Nooners stage for another concert on Aug 16.
The B.C. Green Party leader says restricting foreign buyers is a widely-used approach globally and could make home ownership more attainable for priced-out residents.
The resort municipality of Whistler has introduced Stage 4 water restrictions in order to "urgently" protect water supplies, after a break in a significant water main.
Wildfires have burned their way through close to 400,000 hectares of British Columbia so far this year, making 2018 the fourth-largest fire season since 1950.