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One of Surrey’s most notorious eyesores is finally being torn down.
Foreign workers who allege they paid thousands of dollars to secure non-existent jobs at Mac’s convenience stores have had their claims certified as a class action lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court.
A pair of Vancouver politicians believe the issues around discarded drug needles in city parks could be solved with more park rangers.
The world-famous author of Midnight's Children and The Satanic Verses talks about the realism behind his new book, The Golden House, and how it fits into the "American farce" under Donald Trump.
A Toronto-area mother is searching for answers after she says her son was taken to a hospital alone in the back of a police car, placed in restraints and injected with a sedative because he was acting out on the first day of school.
Valley Calderoni was just coming to the end of her usual Monday hike with her colleague and the 10 dogs under their care from a Squamish rehabilitation centre — when tragedy struck.
Experts say outdated rules created to gauge overcrowding in Canadian homes are being used to determine who gets affordable housing, leaving some families shut out.
A day after introducing legislation to ban union and corporate political donations, Premier John Horgan is defending his government's decision to put in place taxpayer subsidies for political parties.
For the second time in a year a Richmond man is standing trial for the second-degree murder of his wife, a killing that happened on the couple's two-year wedding anniversary.
British counterterror police arrested two more people Wednesday in relation to the London subway attack, bringing the number to five.
After a summer break, Vancouver city council will be debating a wide variety of motions this week all centred around the city's housing supply.
Smallmouth bass have never been confirmed in the Kettle River above Cascade Falls, but recent reports have provincial biologists combing through waters and asking for the public's assistance in case the invasive species has somehow been introduced.
Some workers are sacrificing personal health to prioritize work and it's hurting the economy, says one UBC sociologist.
The victim was 41-year-old Joseph Lucien De Carvalho. IHIT believes the shooting was targeted.