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Drive BC is warning drivers to expect congestion.
In a statement, the team said they were aware players Jordy Bellerive and Ryan Vandervlis, as well as alumnus Matt Alfare sustained injuries.
The new Columbia Lake Technology Centre in Canal Flats will house a large data centre and offer an estimated 100 jobs in the industry.
With summer just around the corner, the adult brain often drifts dreamily away from work and stress toward thoughts of a much-needed holiday
Was there a time your dad went the extra mile to support you? You're not alone.
Jim Heiberg's journey from the streets of Vancouver to finally finding a home in the last years of his life can teach us a lot about understanding homelessness and the importance of community and love, says Pastor Bob Swann and homelessness advocate Judy Graves.
If the leader of British Columbia says he wants to share a joke, chances are it's intentionally going to be bad.
It's tempting blame the real estate debacle on foreign buyers, but the facts don't necessarily support it. That's partially because because there isn't good data to support that claim.
Vancouver police are searching for 92-year-old Ting Leung, who has been missing since the evening of June 13.
Jonathon Jennings completed 20-of-24 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns as the B.C. Lions beat the Montreal Alouettes 22-10 in the 2018 season opener for both teams Saturday night.
The Old Hastings Mill Store Museum organized the performance to further recognize the Squamish Nation's efforts to save Vancouverites from the great fire of 1886.
The Center for Whale Research, based Friday Harbor, Wash., says a southern resident killer whale known as L92 is presumed dead.
The city said the nature of the work required a full road closure, so it authorized the nighttime work to prioritize access to the hospital.
Culinary teacher and writer Claire Tansey stopped by the North By Northwest studio to provide suggestions on how to harness your inner grill master.
On the Coast food columnist Gail Johnson shares her local recommendations for this messy, communal, hands-on meal.
Dennis Peckham had cooked in Vancouver's top kitchens and was a contestant on the popular reality show Chopped. His love of balance and healthy lifestyles pushed him to open his own business delivering healthy meals to clients' homes.
William Earl Talbott, 55, is now facing two charges of aggravated first-degree murder.
The new exhibit, Ruin and Renewal: Fire on the Interior Plateau, is a tribute to the unprecedented force of nature which moved through the area last year and also explores the history of fire in B.C.’s Interior.
Associate professor Ann Travers interviewed dozens of transgender children while researching her new book, The Trans Generation.
Dozens of volunteers have resumed the search for three missing people off the coast of Vancouver Island.