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The union representing transit drivers in Kelowna, B.C. is pushing for a bus service from Vernon to Penticton to ease the loss of Greyhound routes in the Okanagan.
A fire burned at least one third of the Hornby Island Community School early Sunday.
Vancouver resident Andrew Barry Dollman, 50, has been charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, flight from a peace officer, failure to stop at an accident, and possession of stolen property.
People living with dementia often suffer from isolation. But a nursing professor from the University of Victoria has been working to change that.
The City of Vancouver is working towards a transportation plan for 2040 and a big part of that is preparing for self-driving cars to hit the roads.
While recreational marijuana will be legal on Oct. 17, cannabis topical products will take a year longer to enter the legal market. CBC Greenlit columnist Rohit Joseph explains why.
A stroke two years ago robbed baseball fan Ed Erickson of much of his mobility, but his care home found a way for him to enjoy the game at Nat Bailey Stadium.
Brooke Henderson on Sunday became the first Canadian woman in 45 years and only second ever in tournament history to capture the CP Women's Open after shooting a 7-under par 65 in Regina.
UBC Okanagan researchers have been sampling the DNA from hundreds of western rattlesnakes in B.C. in an effort to protect the threatened species.
Amaya Araki-McWilliams was last seen when her mother, Natalie Araki, allegedly took her without permission at 1 a.m. on Sunday.
With the cast and set in place for the new ice age movie Alpha, set 20,000 years ago, creators sought a script that would sound authentic to the period and reached out to UBC Okanagan associate professor Christine Schreyer.