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The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council says the provincial government needs to do more to protect B.C.'s remaining ancient forests for both cultural and environmental reasons.
$5.75 is the amount participants would be allowed to spend on food each week — a nearly impossible challenge, say event organizers, adding that the low number is a grim reality for many, not a one-off event.
More than a week after the deadline for B.C. chiropractors to remove all scientifically unsupported claims from their advertising, the websites of several practitioners still offer treatments for conditions like autism and ear infections.
There were more than 100 serious injury claims in B.C. last year, according to WorkSafeBC, and a new campaign seeks to bring that number down.
Canada wastes an estimated $31 billion worth of food each year. More than half of that occurs before it gets to the dinner table when it's discarded by farmers, food manufacturers and distributors. People like Lori Nikkel are trying to change that.
Only a day after it began, the blaze that started outside the hilly town of Paradise had grown to nearly 404 square kilometres and destroyed more than 6,700 structures, almost all of them homes, making it California's most destructive wildfire since record-keeping began.
Doctors at over 300 walk-in clinics in British Columbia want fair payment for their work compared with those in full family practice, says the head of an association that's rallying its members to increase access and profits through innovative technology.
Most municipalities in the province are holding a ceremony on Nov. 11, and here are just a few of the cities participating.
B.C.'s RCMP Deputy Commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr says Mayor Doug McCallum's comments "risk undermining public trust and confidence in policing."
American college basketball is coming to Vancouver for the first time this weekend and some kids will get to attend free of charge.
The Attessa IV is owned by Dennis Washington of SeaSpan and Washington Marine Group.
The government of B.C. has announced 53 child-care facilities around the province will begin offering their services at a maximum cost of $200 per month per child.
Concerned parents say the 49-space daycare, which is shutting down, had been instrumental in supporting vulnerable children and families in Strathcona and other surrounding areas.
Arctic Glacier Ice pleads guilty to releasing ammonia refrigerant into a storm sewer which flowed into a fish-bearing stream near the Fraser River.
More de-escalation training for Vancouver police is being recommended after a coroner's inquest into the shooting death of a man who was stabbing people in the city's Downtown Eastside.
In a lawsuit filed Thursday in the U.S. District court of New York, the Satanic Temple is suing Netflix and Warner Brothers for damages, alleging it portrays an image of their statue of Baphomet as evil, when it's meant to be a symbol of good.
Randall Peter Hopley, who's a high risk to reoffend, is now living in Vancouver. He abducted a three-year-old boy in Sparwood, B.C., seven years ago.
Police were called to the 14200 block of 70A Avenue for reports of a shooting just before 1:30 a.m.
Boy meets girl. He proposes with rings he bought with her credit card. Then they break up — and end up in a court battle over who owes who what.
Halfway through the electoral reform debate, B.C. Premier John Horgan joked: "If you were woke, you'd know that pro rep is lit." It's not the first time the phrase has been used in the campaign.