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A child and adolescent psychiatrist broaches the issue of hidden depression in children and youth.
The Law Society of B.C. hosted a symposium in Vancouver Thursday, designed to respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.
The Girl Scouts of the United States of America recently released an advisory to parents not to force their daughters to hug relatives, sparking debate.
The British Columbia government is giving the provincial lottery corporation more teeth to monitor the gaming industry amid concerns over money laundering in casinos.
Marcel Poitras says wife Annette gave one of her two rain jackets to Roxy the Boxer and learned from the other dogs how to dig down to find a dry spot.
Municipal councillors in Victoria and Saanich are attempting to estimate what the region's share of funds might be from a new $40 billion national housing strategy announced Wednesday.
Clearwater RCMP shot and killed a cougar in a residential area after it killed a pet cat and displayed abnormal behaviours around people.
The Kamloops and region Big Brothers Big Sisters branch will close at the end of December, but the Okanagan branch will maintain a presence in Kamloops in 2018.
A new DNA test being offered at select Canadian pharmacies, including dozens in B.C., will allow pharmacists to find the best medication and dosages for patients.
The City of Vancouver has unveiled its full 10-year strategy for housing, with an emphasis on building and preserving rental units.
A decade after the Nechako River froze, causing major damage to parts of Prince George, B.C., the city is deciding how much to invest in repairing it — a conversation similar to what's occurring in many cities across Canada.
A Prince Rupert deer who made international headlines for wandering around town with a purple hammock on his head no longer has his eye-catching headwear.
The Cariboo-Chilcotin Teacher's Association has passed a non-confidence motion in school district 27's superintendent, secretary-treasurer and the entire board of trustees.
A man has been taken to hospital following a shooting near Royal Heights Elementary school in Surrey. Police say the suspect fled the scene before officers arrived.