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People who were arrested at a protest against energy giant Kinder Morgan are saying what happened this weekend is just the beginning of mass civil disobedience.
ICBC spokesperson says some transactions will take extra time.
The Interior Health Authority temporarily extended hours for mobile overdose prevention sites in Kamloops and Kelowna after receiving warnings about illicit drugs from Abbotsford Police.
A team of B.C. researchers has developed a system it says can be used to predict the likelihood of human-caused wildfires in boreal forests, allowing fire officials to focus their preparations and prevention efforts.
Advocates have long called for a plan to help the 700,000 people who currently live in poverty in B.C. — including more than 120,000 children.
Former Vancouver Canuck Kay Whitmore has been ordered to repay $384,000 he made investing in a $110 million fake investment scheme run by former B.C. notary Rashida Samji.
Daytime high-temperature records fell from Pitt Meadows to Esquimalt over the weekend as warm weather and clear skies continued over the weekend.
Kinder Morgan's appeal to the National Energy Board after failing to get the permits it needs from the City of Burnaby, B.C., is just the first of what will likely be many legal challenges facing the Trans Mountain pipeline project in the coming months, according to one legal expert.
Benjamin (Monty) Robinson and Kwesi Millington were among four Mounties charged with perjury following a public inquiry into the death of Robert Dziekanski, who was jolted several times with a Taser in the arrivals area of the Vancouver airport.
Jolene Greyeyes is waiting to find out whether she knows any of the five people who died from overdoses within nine hours in Abbotsford, B.C., on Friday.
In the Vancouver Canucks' impressive 6-3-1 start to the NHL season, one thing is crystal clear: rookie coach Travis Green is in total control behind the bench, writes to CBC Sports hockey analyst Tim Wharnsby.
Pamela Napoleon was reported missing from the Blueberry River First Nation, north of Fort St. John, in July 2014. Her remains were found the next month.
The City of Vancouver hopes to have draft plans for the 8.5 kilometre Arbutus Greenway ready for the spring. On Sunday it revealed the ideas for the space as imagined by 100 residents from across the city.
Man shocked to discover mother's secret past includes Indigenous roots, Stampede Wrestling and a long-lost son
A B.C. man has taken out ads in 110 community newspapers in Alberta and N.W.T. to find a brother he never knew he had — after discovering his now dead mother had a hidden history including Indigenous roots and a long-lost child.
The union representing B.C. performers is encouraging its members to share their stories of sexual harassment at a town hall meeting Monday night.
A Winnipeg ballet instructor who was fired after former students came forward accusing him of taking nude photos of them has been doing volunteer and contract work at a ballet in Victoria.
Transport Canada is planning to stop evaluating pilots who perform checks on their counterparts at the country's largest airlines and will instead give the responsibility to the operators, a change critics say erodes oversight and public safety.