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The leader of the B.C. Green Party announced Thursday that a select standing committee made up of MLAs from all three parties will investigate ride-hailing for the province and produce a report for February 2018 that would inform future legislation allowing the service.
The City of Kamloops, B.C., and the Tk'emlups Indian Band have proposed a cultural centre for the former Stuart Wood School building, which is currently a temporary homeless shelter.
'Assault by spit is something that’s become more and more common,' union president says.
Terry Fox "precision oncology" initiative brings scientists from across Canada together to use genetic sequencing in an effort to provide new treatment for children whose cancer has not responded to other interventions.
A woman who found a black bear cub that was later killed by a conservation officer is accusing the British Columbia government of breaking its own laws.
Sagmoen, 36, facing multiple charges relating to the attack of a sex worker near his parents’ Salmon Arm-area farm in August.
Sharline Haglund said her daughter started receiving disturbing Snapchat videos of the cat being tormented on Tuesday.
Several locally-owned garages in Vancouver say they've been overwhelmed by the number of people dropping off used motor oil and motor oil products, after several major retailers like Canadian Tire, Mr. Lube and Midas stopped their used oil recycling programs at some locations.
An overnight mudslide has shutdown the Trans-Canada Highway between Chilliwack and Hope, but a detour is available through Agassiz from both directions, according to DriveBC.
Two B.C. housing experts say they are cautiously optimistic about Canada's first ever national housing strategy, but are unsure if it will make a dent in the province's housing crisis.
Kelowna RCMP hope to track down the owner of an an antique locket with possible sentimental value after someone mailed the jewelry to the detachment.
"God created the universe; this I get from my faith," says Brother Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican observatory. "But my science tells me how he did it."
The city of Quesnel, B.C., will become the latest community to offer needle disposal boxes in public washrooms as the opioid crisis worsens.
A Prince George, B.C., cat named 'Biggie' is being described as a miracle after surviving multiple pellet gun shots from close range.
Robert Mugabe is the only president B.C. international students Michael Musa and Takundanashe Chisvo have ever known, and they wonder how his departure will change their home country of Zimbabwe.
The province needs to move faster on letting forest companies salvage timber damaged by this summer's unprecedented wildfires, says a Williams Lake city councillor.