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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not meet with the Indian politician who has publicly accused members of Trudeau's cabinet of being connected to the Sikh separatist movement.
Police release a description of the man they believe responsible.
British Columbia has no clear plan to prevent threats such as wildfires, flooding and drought as it works to adapt to the risks posed by climate change, the province's auditor general says.
As questions continue following a deadly crash on Highway 3 earlier this month, regional officials are demanding answers from the province about private highway maintenance contracts.
The Vancouver Police Department is investigating after a man was found with an apparent gunshot wound on Marguerite Street near West 49th Avenue just before 1 p.m. Thursday.
Drug tests on molluscs near the sewage outflow pipes around Victoria are giving new meaning to the old expression 'happy as a clam.'
The National Energy Board says work can begin on construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline's tunnel entrance at Burnaby Mountain — as long as the company has permits from three levels of government.
Vancouver police say the rate of crime in the city dropped in 2017, with less property crime and deadly car crashes but more homicides and car theft.
A student at Sands Secondary School in Delta is in police custody after bringing a starter pistol to school Thursday following an ongoing student dispute, according to Delta police.
It's not here yet, but ride-hailing in B.C. took a big step forward today.
Governments and producers preparing for the legalization of recreational marijuana this summer now have some certainty about when retail sales will actually begin — and it won't be before August at the earliest.
Vancouver police have too much discretion in determining how long former gang associates remain barred from restaurants and bars, claims a man who says he severed all gang ties years ago.
A group of longtime activists are calling on the government to appoint a cabinet minister to represent the LGBTQ community.
No one was happier to hear the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project mentioned in this week’s speech from the throne than the small handful of pedestrians and cyclists who regularly use the crossing.
A fire official said it could be a case of hoarding. The large volume of belongings in the house may have fuelled the fire, which spread to a neighbouring property.
The City of Kamloops has contacted the Ministry of Environment after a sewer main break has caused the likely spill of sewage into the South Thompson River.
Moose Hide Campaign co-founder says fasting and healing ceremonies at provincial gathering in Victoria will demonstrate growing commitment by men to end violence against Indigenous women.
Researchers say tiny particles only millimetres in size can ferry metal into the ecosystem.
New book celebrates Walter Gage, a past UBC president who inspired students with his generosity, humble manner and popular teaching style.
Canadian home sales dropped sharply in January to their lowest monthly level in three years amid a retreat in listings as new mortgage rules came into place, according to a new report from a national real estate group.