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The local Pride Committee appeared before city council Tuesday night to propose a rainbow crosswalk as a permanent way to make the city's acceptance of the LGBT community more visible.
A search is underway in waters off Tofino, B.C., this morning, officials at the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre have confirmed.
A geo-exchange heating and cooling system, terminal expansions, new parking options and improved vehicle-rental facilities are among the 75 projects planned.
B.C.'s superintendent of real estate announced the new rules in September 2017 that would ban "dual agency," after a series of scandals including revelations of "shadow flipping" came to light.
Trinity Western University has lost its legal battle for a new evangelical Christian law school, with a Supreme Court of Canada ruling today that calls it "proportionate and reasonable" to limit religious rights in order to ensure open access for LGBT students.
Despite the drowning death of a 12-year-old girl, the city of Dawson Creek wants to continue operating a man-made lake without adhering to provincial safety regulations that govern other constructed swimming spots, such as pools.
Grade 3 children at the ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ Tribal School on Vancouver Island have written letters and created a petition asking for John Dean Provincial Park and Mount Newton to bear the traditional name for the area.
Former children’s watchdog Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond says she worries her successor hasn’t taken an aggressive enough approach.
Police in Nanaimo are praising a group of bystanders for what they are calling a life-saving effort helping to lift up a car that drove on top of a woman.
The City of Vancouver and province hoped to find a resolution with Vancouver Native Health Society.
The coroners inquest into the shooting death of Lisa Dudley released recommendations Thursday that RCMP dispatchers review how they document complaints and officers review their follow up procedures in cases of potentially grievous injuries.
U.S. president Donald Trump tore into Canada’s agricultural policy at the recent G7 summit in Quebec this week and dairy farmers across the country are worried.
Port Moody has one of the last big mudflats in the Burrard Inlet and anyone walking across it could sink into mud as deep as two-and-a-half metres, fire rescue officials say.
First, a disgruntled former client called Kyla Lee the "worstest lawyer" in a Google Plus post. Then, the B.C. Supreme Court judge tasked with calculating damages in relation to a defamation lawsuit awarded Lee $1 to express disapproval with the decision to sue.
Prosecutors are appealing the acquittal of a driver who hit and killed a doctor while going almost three times the speed limit.
Mobi will offer up to 300 annual unlimited-access passes at $20 per year, as part of a one-year pilot program with Vancity.
Earthy and vegetative aromas are known as green notes can be undesirable to some wine drinkers, which is why a team from Australia has figured out a way to remove those flavour compounds while leaving the rest of the bouquet intact.
The Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a landmark ruling Friday in a closely-watched case that weighs religious freedom against LGBT rights.
A local businessman is proposing a 10,000-seat arena in Surrey for events that are too small for Rogers Arena and too big for UBC's sports venues.
CBC News has learned the tentative agreement between the B.C. government and the BC Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) calls for wage increases of two per cent in each of the next three years.