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A court-imposed order to dismantle Camp Cloud has set the stage for police to get involved. But one expert says officers will be careful to avoid a public confrontation.
In what police were describing as a recovery operation, search dogs, assisted by drones, spent Wednesday looking for the body of a missing 67-year-old woman who was swept away in a car after a forceful mudslide near Cache Creek on Saturday.
It’s been about a month since 29-year-old Shawnee Inyallie went missing from Hope, B.C. Her family and the RCMP are asking anyone who might know where she is to come forward.
As alerts and evacuation orders continue across the province, where more than 600 wildfires are burning, emergency organizations are urging British Columbians to prepare to leave if needed.
Dozens of evacuation orders and alerts are in effect in the north and central regions of B.C., impacting more than 20,000 people.
Police are looking for the public's help retracing the steps of 23-year-old Laura Clark of Chilliwack, B.C., whose remains were found in the Fraser River.
A 54-year-old Burnaby man died in a collision involving his motorcycle and an SUV.
Pink mountains, yellow bird or green petals? A competition to design Vancouver's signature bike rack is down to six colourful finalists.
Anyone who sees 19-year-old Varinderpal Singh Gill in public should call 911 immediately, says Sgt. Judy Bird.
The Liberal government will declare a federal statutory holiday to mark the tragic legacy of the residential school system, fulfilling a recommendation made by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has asked the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada to look at how to address concerns with historical figures like John A. Macdonald.
Large barge and crane moved into place to help raise capsized George H. Ledcor tugboat
A four-year-old from Fernie, B.C., is recovering from what officials are describing as an unprovoked cougar attack on a family fishing trip over the weekend.
The British Columbia government has declared a state of emergency to support the provincewide response to the ongoing wildfire situation.
Hundreds of goldfish are swarming Pinecrest Lake in B.C., with some now as large as 13 centimetres, according to the Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council.
The federal government will begin phasing out the outdoor use of nicotine-based pesticides beginning in 2021, part of an effort to stem the mysterious global decline of honey bee colonies.
A Level 4 drought classification indicates conditions are extremely dry and that the water supply won't meet economic or environmental needs.
The average price of a Canadian home was $481,500 last month, a rise of one per cent in the past year.
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Motorists who unwittingly drove through sulphuric acid spilled in Trail, B.C., this spring are crying foul after their vehicles were "totalled" by the corrosive chemical and some still don't have compensation.