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NDP Premier John Horgan says he supports 'every corner' of the province despite criticism he is not championing the oil and gas industry of northern British Columbia.
Thousands of people are expected to arrive in Vancouver to hear the former U.S. first lady's Thursday speaking engagements. Both events are sold out.
B.C. municipalities want 50 per cent — or more — of the money the province makes on legal cannabis sales in order to offset the increased costs they say they will face to regulate the industry.
Schools across British Columbia are facing a major teacher shortage and are turning their sights east to recruit new graduates.
Nick Bjugstad scored a goal and added an assist as the Florida Panthers overcame a shaky start to defeat the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 Wednesday night.
Mark Bowden says body language isn't a foolproof way to decode what other people — including romantic partners — are feeling. But there's a reason we often think it is.
Two B.C., parents describe how the lack of affordable, licensed daycare has affected them and their families.
The B.C. Liberals have handily won the riding all four times it's been previously contested.
Through Indigenous drumming and singing, a huge group of marchers filled the streets of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside on Wednesday. The event is held annually to honour the women and girls who have been murdered, or gone missing from the neighbourhood.
A question period that began with compliments from Premier John Horgan to new Opposition Leader Andrew Wilkinson ended with the crosstalk, heckling and barbed insults associated with the format.
The judge ruled the article was so poorly written that it lacked sufficient credibility to be considered defamatory.
A new group at Thompson Rivers University aims to tackle difficult topics like consent and masculinity in a men-only environment.
Valentine's Days come and go but after the heart-shaped chocolates and long-stemmed red roses, what does it take to make a relationship last?
One of the NDP's big election promises doesn't look like it will make it into next week's budget.
Vancouver author Jen Sookfong Lee explains family traditions around the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Political hurdles in the form of delays, bans and tolls have been raised in British Columbia in the weeks since the province served notice that it would temporarily ban expanded shipments of bitumen on the Trans Mountain pipeline.
First Nations leaders remain cautious of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's announced plan to recognize Indigenous rights in the Constitution through federal legislation that would become law by the end of the year.
Thirty-five-year-old Richard Codie Hindle, who is also known as Codie Anderson, appeared in provincial court Wednesday to face a charge of sexual interference involving a minor.
Police in Port Moody, B.C., are warning residents about a telephone scam that involves an automated voice message asking the call recipient to return the call or risk police investigation.
B.C. Premier John Horgan says election pledge of new housing referred to ‘continuum’ of supply, including private market developments, not just subsidized or affordable homes.