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For Brent Seal, being outside is an essential part of managing his schizophrenia and building a supportive community to overcome social isolation, but it's only one part of a comprehensive approach he took to manage his mental health.
Sunday marks the 60th anniversary of when the bridge collapsed. It remains one of the biggest industrial accidents in the history of the province.
Tariff threats and even personal insults have been slung back and forth between Canadian and American officials, not least of all by U.S. President Donald Trump. Some voices in Canada are calling for a boycott of American companies and travel to the U.S.
The crack of gunshot broke the peace of a snowy winter's day on tiny Savary Island. More than a year later, the reverberations from the bullet which killed the local taxi driver's dog continue to echo through the community
In an election where housing affordability is far and away the dominant issue, mayoral candidates have largely taken two tracts.
Voting is underway to determine the fate of a groundbreaking treaty in north-central British Columbia, 11 years after it was first rejected by members of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation.
Construction, car-free days could snarl traffic in Vancouver this weekend.
Users at Vancouver's Overdose Prevention society report drug abuse due to psychological, physical pain.
Canada's first publicly accessible hydrogen fuelling station has opened in Vancouver's Marpole neighbourhood, with plans for two more in the city.
The Muslim holiday of Eid marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting.
B.C. real estate association reports almost 30 per cent decrease in residential sales from last year
The British Columbia Real Estate Association says the number of residential unit sales across the province in May was 28.7 per cent less than the same month last year.
After a showery and cool start to the month, summer-like weather is making a comeback.
A proposal to charge PST on almost all drinks in B.C. seems to be dead on arrival, but advocates say they’ll keep pushing a more limited plan for taxing sugary drinks.
Environmentalists say B.C. Timber Sales is allowing massive fir and cedar trees to be cut on Vancouver Island but should be protecting them instead.
Residents of Grand Forks, B.C., complain they were not informed about an evacuation order as water levels rose last month and did not receive enough assistance with flood prevention.
Transport Canada investigated reports of smelly blueish substance falling on people and cars and found no evidence indicating it fell from passing planes.
The 21-year-old fell from a viewing area overlooking Spahats Creek Falls on Wednesday evening, according to Clearwater RCMP.
The valedictorian of a unique Indigenous Vancouver School Board program shares what graduating means to him.
Trinity Western, a small Christian university in Langley, B.C., has a community covenant requiring students to agree to abstain from sexual relations outside of heterosexual marriage.
The group of 14 experts all come from B.C. and will develop recommendations this summer for a provincial wild salmon strategy, the province announced Friday.