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The former CEO of the YWCA Metro Vancouver, Janet Austin, is about to receive a new title today as she is sworn in as B.C.'s new lieutenant governor.
After a season plagued with poor weather and aging equipment, the Mount Timothy Ski Area is facing yet another setback thanks to thieves.
Lisa Dudley was shot and paralyzed in her Mission home in 2008. An RCMP officer sent to investigate never got out of his patrol car and failed to notice her. She died several days later.
A Texas man is hoping to reconnect with the 1974 Volkswagen microbus he left in Prince George, B.C., after it broke down there in 2006.
Local governments in B.C. will have the power to zone areas for rental housing under legislation introduced today.
Vancouver police are warning drivers after a dramatic spike of theft from vehicles in the first three months of this year.
With more grocery stores going online, shopping for food isn’t what it used to be — but that isn’t the only technological change having an impact on the industry.
A provincial wildlife biologist says Roosevelt elk are an unusual sight on Salt Spring Island, and is warning drivers about their presence.
Two VPD officers were taken to hospital with minor injuries but have since been released.
A motorcyclist was killed in a collision with another vehicle in Aldergrove on Tuesday morning.
The body of Marrisa Shen, 13, was found in Burnaby's Central Park in July 2017.
UBC has acquired nearly 150 letters written by young Japanese-Canadians interned in camps during the Second World War.
The federal government isn't doing enough to manage the risks associated with salmon farming, from failing to set national standards to prevent fish escapes to regulate how much drugs and pesticides companies can use, the environmental commissioner says in her spring report.
Spring appeared to make its real debut Monday in the Lower Mainland.
The man taken into custody after pedestrians were mowed down on a busy Toronto street Monday has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.
In the wake of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica data scandal, experts are warning about the potential dangers of handing over your genetic code to private international corporations.
Sunset Beach Park could be open sooner than the Vancouver Park Board initially estimated after the area was fenced off due to damage left in the wake of 4/20.
A spell of warm weather in B.C.'s southern Interior this week could lead to flooding across parts of the region as snow-melt flows into river basins, according to B.C.'s River Forecast Centre.
A Peruvian judge on Monday ordered the arrests of two men accused of lynching a Canadian man in a remote Amazonian village last week as retribution.
A trial that’s been more than a decade in the making got underway in fits and starts Monday, as lawyers for the B.C. government attempted to make their case for forfeiture of three Hells Angels clubhouses.