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A golden eagle found starving in Kamloops, B.C. is taken to a rehabilitation centre where it was found to be part of a large study out of Alaska.
The Stuart Wood temporary homeless shelter in Kamloops, B.C., has opened up more space for beds as each night they have more visitors than places to sleep.
As stories of sexual harassment surface in the Canadian theatre industry, Vancouver post-secondary institutes are working to recognize and report inappropriate behaviour.
More than six years after two Transit Police officers violently beat a 22-year-old UBC student at the Rupert SkyTrain station, a public hearing investigates allegations of professional misconduct.
The Coast Mountain Bus Company is taking steps to reduce the number of abusive phone calls that come in.
B.C.'s college of registered nurses has handed a 30-day suspension to a nurse who accessed the private medical records of 74 Vancouver Island Health Authority patients without permission. VIHA fired Jennifer Goodman after the breach came to light.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warnings of freezing rain and extremely slippery conditions for the Coquihalla, Highway 3 and Highway 5.
"The experience can be painful for certain people. It can very much be a blunt instrument," says Rob De Luca, public safety director for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
The scent of a romantic partner can help lower stress levels, says a new study from the University of British Columbia.
The city says it has achieved 98 per cent of its four-year target to create 1,000 new childcare spaces in three years.
The story of four boys who died running away from residential school in northern B.C., and the lack of change made as a result, is being highlighted by Canada's National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
Squamish Nation chef Paul Natrall is bringing traditional Indigenous cuisine with a twist to the streets of Vancouver with the launch of his new food truck, Mr. Bannock.
BC Hydro is asking hunters and trappers in northeast B.C. to avoid areas where crews are working on the construction of the Site C dam.
A unique piece of Pacific Northwest rock and roll history is being preserved by a guitar maker in Comox, B.C.
Mount St. Helens is rumbling again, but it's not the volcano that worries seismologists most.
IHIT has identified the victim of the Tuesday night homicide as 37-year-old Jwada Hedar-Kadhim.