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A six-year-old child from North Vancouver has died after being struck by the family's boat on Kalamalka Lake in B.C.'s Okanagan.
Victoria’s mayor says the city has no intention of getting rid of a statue of John A. Macdonald, which was removed from the steps of city hall on Saturday morning.
Willis Hunt, 33, was shot and killed last Friday on Bridgeway Street under the Ironworkers’ Memorial Bridge. A group of friends and family lit candles and gathered Monday night at the spot where Hunt died.
Sebastian Khan, 4, has been delayed at the border since he was an infant because his name matches the name of someone on a national security list. But that headache may soon be over when members of No-Fly List Kids meet with public safety officials Wednesday to learn what the federal government plans to do.
Police and firefighters responded Sunday evening to a report of a fire being started near Eckhardt Avenue and Channel Parkway, Penticton RCMP said.
Vancouver Coastal Health says English Bay, Jericho and Sunset beaches will remain closed until further testing due to high levels of E. coli contamination.
For 36 months now, the Independent Investigations Office of B.C. has been looking into what caused the long list of traumatic injuries that led to Gray’s death on Aug. 13, 2015.
Comox Valley RCMP said the body was discovered along the shoreline of the Little River area north of Comox Saturday at around 4:30 p.m. PT.
Caleb Hart's music draws upon an "eclectic mix of genres" that range from reggae to gospel to soul to calypso.
Efforts to help an endangered orca off the B.C. coast hit new uncharted waters Sunday, as U.S. biologists tried to feed the killer whale known as J-50 live chinook salmon off a boat.
The Historic Flight Foundation, an aviation museum based in Mukilteo, Wash., identified the pilot as founder John Sessions, an experienced pilot who has flown for decades.
Consumer Protection B.C. is warning customers with bookings through Sinorama Travel Vancouver Inc. to confirm their travel plans have been booked and paid for.
British Columbia formally asked the federal government for assistance after more than 3,000 people were ordered to leave their homes in another destructive season of wildfires.
Fires, alerts and evacuation orders continue to grow across British Columbia and, in the worst affected areas, those fighting the fires are frustrated at what they describe as a lack of support from the provincial government.
The vast majority of British Columbians consulted by the provincial government say they want "scalper bots" banned from snatching up event tickets online and reselling them to music and sports fans at exorbitant prices.
One man has been charged following an alleged bomb threat at a Surrey restaurant on Sunday afternoon.
The Site C dam, tanker expansion in the Salish Sea, clearcut logging in forests and the Kinder Morgan pipeline are all issues at the heart of activist and musician Luke Wallace's new album 'Us.'
A contest for First Nations communities to win $30 million to go toward innovative housing projects has been referred to by one critic as the "Hunger Games of on-reserve housing."
RCMP confirm they are now searching for someone who is believed to have been trapped in a vehicle since Saturday.
Kinder Morgan protesters ignore order to remove camp outside Burnaby Mountain tank farm and say they have no intention of leaving.