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Opposing rallies were staged Monday over the province's mandated curriculum on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The British Columbia government has introduced legislation that will attempt to restore the finances of the public auto insurance agency.
The province's 29th lieutenant governor ended her tenure as the Crown's representative with a bit of humour over the decision she will forever be known for.
The Saskatchewan government has introduced a law that, if passed, would restrict energy exports to British Columbia.
Vancouver singer and songwriter Jill Barber is set to release her new album Metaphora.
The Greater Victoria School District will have extra support for students on hand this week, following the death of a Vancouver Island teen who died from an accidental overdose over the weekend.
The mother of a fatal stabbing in 2011 made a tearful appeal for witnesses in her son, Devon Allaire-Bell's killing, a day before the seventh anniversary of his death.
Vancouver's empty homes tax generated $30 million in its first year, Mayor Gregor Robertson announced today.
Fruit pickers are paid based on the volume of crops they pick instead of an hourly rate, but the province is looking at whether it should get rid of the pay method as it looks to increase minimum wages.
Nearly 60 per cent of Canadians feel the company behind the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could have done more to earn public support for the project, a national poll says.
Nine people are dead and 16 others are injured after a white van struck a number of pedestrians Monday in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area in North York.
A new report from BC Hydro finds many B.C. residents are interested in buying an electric vehicle but still believe 'myths' the cars are too expensive or have limited range.
Police allege Christian Richardson used the app to meet men and gain their confidence as part of a financial scam.
A real estate agent from West Vancouver has brought housing market uncertainty into his divorce proceedings, arguing a slowdown caused by government policies has made his family’s jet-setting lifestyle unsustainable.
The Duchess of Cambridge entered a London hospital Monday and gave birth to her third child with husband Prince William, Britain's Kensington Palace says.
An months-long septic leak on a school field in a suburb of Metro Vancouver has some parents calling on regional officials to cooperate so the issue can get resolved.
A group of volunteers calling themselves the Polson Avengers have taken on the mission of making Vernon, B.C. residents feel safe in Polson Park.
The province's Ministry of Transportation says the pilot had a mechanical failure, but was able to land without incident along the busy highway.
As B.C.'s provincial government prepares to head to court to clarify the province's jurisdiction over the Trans Mountain pipeline, over 100 people rallied in support of the project in the province's northeast Saturday.
"This is an important day for Council and all Vancouverites to come together and recognize historical wrongdoings committed against Chinese people and to build a better future together," said Mayor Gregor Robertson.