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RCMP's explosives disposal unit was called in to deal with an array of explosive devices discovered on a residential property in Coquitlam.
When Greyhound ends service in Western Canada in October, it will leave about 300 communities without an intercity bus service. We take a look at what alternative bus routes exist in the region and what the West will look like without the iconic company.
The federal government has been quietly debating a “refresh” of its marquee — but troubled — national shipbuilding strategy, federal documents reveal.
Led by Sherri Anne and backed by various talented musicians, Sister Speak brings alternative blues, indie-pop and world music to the stage.
Police say a man in his 40s has drowned in Buntzen Lake north of Port Moody.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has denied an application by the City of Nanaimo to use the RCMP to help enforce conditions of a fire order placed on residents of the local homeless camp, Discontent City.
WildSafe B.C. has created a short acronym to represent five basic steps that people need to know when using bear spray in an emergency.
The B.C. Centre for Disease Control said the infectious person was travelling between Japan, Vancouver and Portland by air and also took a trip on a cruise ship to Alaska between July 30 and Aug. 6.
Fifty-two animals were evacuated Sunday from SPCA shelters in Quesnel and Williams Lake, B.C., where wildfires are burning nearby.
A spokesperson for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada told CBC in an email that charges against Muhammad Chambas were stayed earlier in August.
Police say 94 charges have been laid, many against suspected gang members, after police smashed a ring that supplied drugs in South Delta and Vancouver.
The remote location of Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island — with only one, twisty road in and out — makes medical helicopters vital for quick evacuations.
Police are investigating after a series of unwanted, sexually explicit phone calls were made to female employees at businesses in Victoria.
Firefighters from around the world are battling wildfires across B.C., with more help on the way from Canadian Forces. But there are concerns the province’s requests for help took too long.
Louise Baxter, 52, disappeared with her goldendoodle Sunday while on a walk in the Jumbo Pass area.
Students at Trinity Western University will no longer have to sign an agreement that forbids all sex outside of heterosexual marriage.
An inconsolable crying baby can be very frustrating, but new research shows that helping parents understand why infants cry so much has reduced cases of shaken baby syndrome in the province by more than a third.
The vessel capsized during the night near Deering Island in southwest Vancouver.
Metro Vancouver and the rest of southern B.C. is under a blanket of smoke and haze.
Three Canadian cities have placed in the top 10 of a global ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most livable cities, with Vienna dethroning perennial favourite Melbourne for the first spot.