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The conditions were less than ideal for the Vancouver Canucks at their first practice in China, but the thick layer of fog sitting over the ice sure made for pretty pictures.
Police are investigating after multiple people were stabbed in an incident on Monday, Sept. 18 at 11:30 p.m. PT in Burnaby.
Pressy Lake residents want to know what was done in the two weeks between the community's evacuation order and the fire reaching their homes.
British Columbia's former Liberal government asked oil and gas corporations to "refine" the language of recommendations made by an advisory panel before it finalized its Climate Leadership Plan.
A massive cybersecurity breach at the company may have exposed the personal information of some 100,000 Canadian consumers, Equifax Canada says 12 days after it was disclosed that the personal data of about 143 million Americans was exposed.
Searching for work while learning English and settling into a new life in Canada can be a tall order, but some people in Victoria are stepping up to help Syrian refugee families.
Montreal luxury real estate market heating up, but Toronto and Vancouver will warm again soon, Sotheby's says
Montreal is emerging as a luxury real estate "hot spot," while Vancouver and Toronto sales should pick up this fall after somewhat sluggish times, according to a new Sotheby's report.
Recent education graduates, who likely would have toiled in the job market just a few years ago, are now juggling phone calls from different B.C. schools in desperate need of on-call staff.
The Vancouver Park Board has decided to deflate a proposal to ban balloons in all city parks.
Toys "R" Us, the big box toy retailer struggling with $5 billion US in long-term debt, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. ahead of the key holiday shopping season, and its Canadian subsidiary will be seeking similar protection through a court in Ontario.
Food columnist Gail Johnson sits down with a sake expert to try some delicious sake and food pairings in anticipation of World Sake Day.
BC Ferries introduces interim schedule changes to the Langdale and Bowen Island sailings from West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program has upgraded its rating of B.C. farmed Atlantic salmon from "avoid" to "good alternative," but Canadian seafood sustainability groups still say buying farmed fish is not recommended.
The National Energy Board is ordering a subsidiary of Enbridge Inc. to take measures to improve worker safety and environmental protection after several infractions were spotted during field inspections of a B.C. pipeline expansion project.