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The man accused of murdering a Vancouver woman may have lived with her decomposing body for several weeks, prosecutors told a jury Monday.
Candidates with Vancouver's Non-Partisan Association held a press conference on Monday to sign an anti-bullying pledge, hoping to make a report that blamed former trustees for creating a toxic work environment a key issue in next month's byelection.
A freak hail storm pounded parts of Coquitlam Monday, sending people scrambling for cover and onto social media
Protesters aimed to deflate what they said were misconceptions about balloons ahead of a park board meeting Monday night, which will consider a ban on balloons in Vancouver parks and community centres.
Police in New Westminster are searching for a man accused of beating a teenager with a metal baseball bat after a soccer ball rolled onto the road and in front of a car.
The Canucks will meet the Los Angeles Kings in Shanghai on Thursday and Beijing on Saturday in two showcase games as the NHL makes its first foray into the country.
A freshly painted rainbow crosswalk in Fort Langley, B.C., was marred by skid marks soon after after it was unveiled.
The B.C. government has introduced legislation to ban union and corporate political donations, including political donations from outside of British Columbia.
Environment Canada says the city had low visibility due to smoke for almost 20 per cent of the summer. That shatters a previous record for smoky days and illustrates the health challenges local people faced.
Whistler RCMP say the man’s body was found in the Iceberg Lake Trail area of Rainbow Mountain after having apparently fallen into a crevasse.
A Vancouver doctor is backing Ottawa’s proposed tax changes for small business owners, calling on the need for a more equitable tax system.
The publisher of a high school exercise book that used the word "squaw" to connect Indigenous women, and "darkie" to African Americans has removed the book for review and has apologized for any “pain it may have caused” via Twitter.
Mounties launched at least 20 investigations involving dozens of vendors.
A close friend of Twyla Roscovich, the B.C. filmmaker whose body was found Friday, said the province has lost an important environmental voice.
One of two British Columbia women challenging the federal government's restrictive law on medically assisted dying has been able to end her suffering with the help of a doctor.
A group of Canadian Muslim women have joined together to create an anthology of first-hand stories exploring the diversity, and intersection, of the Islamic faith and Canadian nationality.
Police say an early shooting that killed one man was likely not a random act.
Victoria's committee of the whole is considering a new bylaw that will put more restrictions on park use.
The city's now regular tree sale for residents is helping to meet the goal of planting 150,000 new trees by 2020, but Coun. Adriane Carr wants more done to make sure that trees are surviving to maturity.