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Buddings offers flexible and occasional daycare, but its licence is the same as the IKEA ballroom
The B.C. Badgers — the only women's baseball team in the province — made history when they played their first men's league game in south Surrey.
Flooding continues to plague B.C.'s central Interior as temperatures warm and high snowpacks begin to melt, causing rivers and streams to rise, overflow and washout roads.
A Canadian patrol aircraft is joining an international mission to monitor North Korea's compliance with UN sanctions. The operation will run out of a U.S. military base in Japan, watching for ships suspected of carrying prohibited goods to and from North Korea.
Some in the fishing community applaud the decision, but others say that paying workers out, despite a lack of profit, sets a troubling precedent.
Nicholas Butcher has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Kristin Johnston, who was found stabbed to death in her Purcells Cove-area home in March 2016.
When a Vernon, B.C., woman had her bike stolen, she reached out to the city's homeless community for help — and they rallied behind her to get it back.
On Friday, as part of their decades-long project to save the bird from extinction, the B.C Wildlife park in Kamloops will release dozens of burrowing owls into the wild.
RCMP are warning about a round of automated telephone scams targeting Chinese immigrants across Vancouver and other North American cities.
Charges have been stayed against Brian Carlisle who was accused of not informing sexual partners that he was HIV-positive because medical experts say his viral load isn't high, but women will still need to get tested for two years.
In March, Metro Vancouver directors voted to give themselves a 15-per-cent pay raise and a retirement payment retroactive to 2007. After substantial public outrage, they backed down at a testy Friday meeting.
Ed Asner played Lou Grant, a grizzled journalist, on the American '70s TV program, the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Now he's bringing his one-man show A Man and His Prostate to New Westminster.
Saanich, B.C., police had to tell a driver that "according to the Motor Vehicle Act, your arms are not considered 'tie downs.'"