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For decades, politicians have promised to make Surrey safer, but have elected officials followed through with their plans?
The port city has grappled with tent cities, and hopes to end homelessness by transitioning residents from shelters into modular homes.
The project will gather data on fish populations managed jointly between Canada and the U.S. to see if the robot vessels, or Saildrones, can measure underwater conditions more efficiently than their large research ships.
One spring day last year, Marika Skye Winthrope was driving to work when she got an emergency message from home. Her developmentally disabled brother was trying to tell her that something was seriously wrong with their mother.
Metro Vancouver mayors have approved an ambitious $7-billion transit and transportation infrastructure deal — but it comes with a surprise increase to the gas tax.
The Salmon Arm Secondary student has been charged with uttering threats.
The government of Canada is issuing a sweeping ban on the possession of some handheld lasers near airports in an effort to prevent cockpit attacks.
Marcel Lawson, 36, was wanted for sex offences in Ontario.
An international group of scientists is warning that without urgent protection, B.C.'s rainforests are at risk of disappearing.
Movie theatre operator Cineplex has launched a program to offer delivery of concession stand snacks — popcorn, hot dogs, candy, nachos and soft drinks — to customers in their homes in 60 communities throughout Ontario, Alberta, B.C. and Quebec this week.
Hundreds of parents, students and teachers gathered in the gym of J.N. Burnett Secondary School Wednesday night to express their views on the program.
“For many years, certain Lower Mainland casinos unwittingly served as laundromats for the proceeds of organized crime.” That's just the beginning of a damning report called Dirty Money put together by Peter German, COMMENT PRINT VICTORIA — B.C. Attorney General David Eby didn’t need to use too many words Wednesday when he heaped the bulk of the blame for money laundering in the province’s casinos on the previous Liberal government. Nothing he could say would be as scathing as the 247-page independent report he released, written by a former RCMP deputy commissioner, He sat down with Gloria Macarenko, the host of CBC’s On The Coast.
When it comes to Vancouver and bike lanes, it seems like everyone has an opinion.