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One year into Victoria's affordable housing strategy, construction in the city is starting to catch up with population growth.
The provincial ministers of environment and mines have until January 4, 2018, to decide whether to issue an environmental assessment certificate.
Coun. George Affleck says after a lot of mind changing, he has decided to withdraw from municipal politics.
One of B.C.’s largest unions says it has developed a plan that could help combat a lack of affordable housing in the province. It's recommending several tax changes it says would help ease the stresses put on Metro Vancouver’s housing market.
Brookswood Secondary School in Langley is on lockdown while police investigate secondhand reports that a man with a gun was seen in the area.
The provincial government has agreed to pay back more than $5.5 million in fees collected from more than 11,700 methadone patients.
Cranbrook, B.C., has voted to euthanize aggressive city deer, but the mayor and council say it should be a provincial responsibility.
The City of Vancouver has proposed a 3.9 per cent property tax hike to help pay for its 2018 budget.
A new report has found that nearly one in five B.C. children live in poverty — and advocates say the problem is even worse for children of single parents.
Scammers are claiming to live at addresses of B.C. wildfire evacuees to try to get money from the Canadian Red Cross.
The search resumed early Wednesday for Annette Poitras, a dog walker missing in Coquitlam, B.C., with close to 60 expert searchers working on what police say remains a rescue mission.
Vancouver Whitecaps star striker Yordy Reyna has been questioned by police — along with others he was allegedly with — the night a 16-year-old volleyball player died in Peru.
One person is in hospital after being shot by RCMP this morning in an altercation on a set of train tracks near Lougheed Highway in Mission, B.C.
Since being elected, Maple Ridge Mayor Nicole Read has faced harassment and threats, both online and in real life, severe enough to force her into semi-hiding for a brief period — harassment she says stems from a deep-seated hatred of women.
Doctors have been prescribing more opioids overall, but giving individual patients fewer doses at one time, a new report says.
Unrelenting rain continues to deluge parts of the South Coast, with rainfall warning still in effect for the Fraser Valley, Howe Sound and Metro Vancouver.