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"If you don't do things carefully and properly the first time, the mistakes you made will haunt you tenfold."
A win for the Liberals in the crucial byelection could upset the balance of power in the legislature for the NDP minority government.
The festival of lights kicks off on Wednesday as the biggest holiday of the year for South Asian communities around the world — but they won't all be celebrating the same way or even for the same reasons.
A Chilliwack, B.C., strata that hired its own security company to try to catch a tenant breaking the law has lost its battle to have that extra security paid for — mainly because the cameras didn't catch the tenant doing anything illegal.
The Washington state task force on critically endangered Pacific Northwest orcas wants to temporarily ban commercial whale-watching boat tours.
A program to help seniors and residents with disabilities remove wildfire fuel from their properties has been introduced in central B.C.
Get ready for some good eatin' — the EAT! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival is back for its 16th year, with pastries and canapes featuring prominently on the menu.
Kyle Tyler Gilpin, 23, has been charged with second-degree murder, obstructing justice and uttering threats relating to an Oct. 19 homicide. The victim has not been identified.
A 37-year-old man is dead after a northbound pickup and a southbound semi truck collided Tuesday on Highway 63.
Home builders and developers in the city’s Applicant Supported and Assisted Process pilot program have completed permits to build a single-family home within 4.6 weeks, on average, of applying. The city says the usual wait time is about 25 weeks.
Coun. Harold Steves, who tabled the motion, wants the limit cut by half: down from the current limit of 10,700 square feet to 5,400.
The Montreal native replaces Carl Robinson, who was fired in September toward the end of a struggling season.
David Labistour announced Tuesday he would resign as CEO of the Vancouver-based outdoor equipment retail chain. He will stay in his current role until June.
A B.C. small claims tribunal has found that referring to children as "a**holes" is a breach of the basic rules of daycare.
Here’s a summary of how it works and what would change for voters.
A former Kamloops deputy sheriff has been handed a one year conditional sentence stemming from an investigation that was launched after a vigilante group lured him into a sexualized online relationship with a person representing themself as a 14-year-old girl.
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against a B.C. social worker accused of abusing his position by siphoning funds from the bank account of a vulnerable First Nations teenager.
The Ahousaht First Nation has declared a local state of emergency after noticing contamination and critical water levels in its reservoir
The Vancouver police officer who shot and killed an engineering student from Alberta in 2015 says he opened fire because he had no other option.
The Abbotsford Police Department unveiled a memorial plaque commemorating Const. John Davidson who was killed in the line of duty one year ago Tuesday.