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Premier Rachel Notley told members of her newly created market access task force Wednesday that she was looking for legal and strategic advice on what Alberta can do if B.C. continues to block construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline project.
A federal government advisory committee has issued a report saying Interior steelhead are at "imminent" risk of extinction, and the federal government needs to increase legal protection for those populations.
Wayne Rowley wasn't sure what he saw sticking out of a snow bank in northern B.C. Then he realized they were the legs of a moose calf stuck, upside-down and unable to get free from the deep powder.
A founding member of Nanaimo Search and Rescue has died while snowmobiling in Whistler Feb. 10.
More than half of B.C.'s contractors are expecting more work than last year, according to an industry survey — if they can find workers with the appropriate skills.
Canada Revenue Agency officers backed up by police raid locations in three provinces as part of a criminal tax-evasion probe stemming from the Panama Papers — a sign the taxman may be preparing criminal charges against people hiding money offshore.
Interior Health has declared an end to the meningococcal disease outbreak in the Okanagan Valley that resulted in 12 confirmed cases and one death.
Area codes 604, 778 and others in the province are expected to run out by 2020.
Hot pot isn't just soup, says food columnist Gail Johnson. Here's a look at the increasingly popular dish ahead of the Lunar New Year.
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences says Hedley will no longer perform at this year's Juno Awards, a decision reached with the band following allegations of sexual misconduct that were posted on social media in recent days.
The People's Prom has been a popular Valentine's Day alternative since 2001. The event is open to everyone while raising money for social justice issues.
A flood at the Logan Lake food bank caused significant damage to the office, and the chances of finding another place to operate out of are slim.
The national survey was unable to find any new condos built for less than half a million dollars in Vancouver in 2017.
Last night I was returning to my highrise in the media village when I noticed a woman hanging over one of the apartment balconies, waving her arms and shouting.
Canada's food regulator has issued a recall for two products after a Vancouver teenager had a severe allergic reaction to cookies containing peanuts not listed as an ingredient on the label.
Bannon pleaded guilty to 22 charges connected to an underage prostitution ring.
Move over, Céline Dion. CBC has curated a romantic playlist for 2018.
The former premier resigned as MLA on Aug. 4.
A report from the B.C. Real Estate Association argues the program has not been well used nine months after launching because housing supply in B.C. remains too constrained.
Is there a right way to date? Christina Bianchini thinks so, and for Valentine's Day the Prince George, B.C.-based counsellor is sharing her advice for singles looking for love.