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A financial adviser for CIBC says her entire branch was 'disheartened' by a recent report by Canada’s banking regulator, that said it did not find widespread misselling to customers.
The Fraser Institute has released its rankings for elementary and secondary schools in B.C. — but one educator have criticized them as misleading.
Family and friends of a Vancouver Island man believe that he was killed in Peru in an alleged lynching by people who thought he was involved in the shooting death of an 81-year-old traditional healer.
The new Earth Day art piece, The Wetland Project, studies an environmental soundscape using recorded sounds that emanate from a marsh near Cliffside Road on Saturna Island, B.C.
Matthew Senn was picked on at school for being different but it wasn’t until the end of high school that he was diagnosed with Asperger's, a form of autism.
Vancouver homicide detectives have arrested a suspect in connection to an assault that lead to the death of Dam Minh Huu, 55, of Vancouver early on Sunday.
Hollywood's go-to posture specialist says slouchers need to re-educate their bodies.
The concept helps break down barriers for people with verbal tics, sensory sensitivities or other conditions that make it difficult to sit still or be quiet for the duration of a performance.
A pair of recent small claims court battles highlight the uphill battle for condo owners caught using their units as Airbnb rentals.
Vancouver artist Paul Wong is launching a year-long project called Occupying Chinatown, starting the same day that the City of Vancouver will issue a formal apology for historic discrimination against Chinese-Canadians on Sunday.
Authorities in Peru are investigating after an Indigenous spiritual leader was shot to death, a case that local media reports say resulted in the killing of a Canadian citizen, in reprisal for the murder.
A wood and metal fabrication shop on Still Creek Drive is left with damage after a piece of equipment caught fire overnight.
The awards were presented at the RTDNA's annual banquet at the Pan Pacific hotel in Vancouver on Saturday night.
More than 41,000 runners will converge on downtown Vancouver starting at 9:00 a.m. PT Sunday. There will be various road closures from 5:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Honour House Society — an organization involved in supporting military veterans and first responders suffering from PTSD — has broke ground on their first counselling cabin.
The City of Kamloops has expanded its Adopt-a-Road program to include local park trails.
Farmers report thousands of dollars in damages as deer rip through local orchards in Oliver, B.C.
Female politicians across British Columbia are calling for more women to join their ranks and run for office.
The parents of a Victoria teen who died Friday from an accidental overdose say they felt trapped by a medical system that didn't give them a say in their son's painkiller prescriptions.
Environment and Climate Change Canada says Mackenzie Pulp Mill Corp. has been fined $900,000 for leaking effluent into British Columbia's Williston Lake.