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B.C.-based social media analyst Nick Chernoff says that as technology changes, it's important to speak to your children about their digital resumé.
13 per cent of teenagers lag behind when it comes to financial literacy.
An Albertan man driving a snowmobile on Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke B.C. has died after two snowmobiles collided, RCMP said.
Paul Jaras will represent Canada at the 2019 FTD World Cup, a weeklong event in Philadelphia that will pit him against dozens of the world's best floral artists.
If you’re an art connoisseur, there’s an alley tucked behind a row of businesses near 72 Avenue and King George Boulevard in Surrey that you might want to check out.
Clean-up crews spent the night trying to clean up Sunset Beach in Vancouver after 4/20 celebrations left a 'muddy, soggy' mess, according to a park board official.
Two years after a 73-year-old woman and her 39-year-old son were killed during an RCMP standoff in northwestern B.C, there are few answers as to what led to them being shot outside their home in a small village of around 300 people.
A Vancouver family lawyer has criticized a proposed bill that would allow ICBC, the provincial insurer, to cancel the driver's licence of a "deadbeat" parent behind in their child or spousal payments.
About 150 properties have been evacuated along Osoyoos Lake because of the potential of a landslide on Inkaneep Creek.
Vancouver's recycling contamination rate is one of the lowest in the country, at 4.6 per cent, but residents still struggle to recycle plastic bags.
The Greenway is a plan for a walking, biking and — in the future — electric streetcar path from False Creek to the Fraser River, passing through eight different neighbourhood park and community spaces.
In reaction to the tragedy that left three men at the Fernie Memorial Arena, WorkSafeBC has issued over 1.000 safety compliance orders at provincial rinks.
Tesla is beset by production problems, it is swimming in debt, its bonds are near junk status, its stock has more people betting against it than any other major company. But there are still good reasons to believe in the world's best known electric car maker.
A man riding a skateboard has died after a collision with a semi-truck on Boyd Street near New Westminster’s Queensborough Bridge on Friday afternoon.
An Indigenous health and social service society in Northern B.C. says the film Indian Horse tells an important story. That story, however, may be traumatic for residential school survivors to re-live.
Previously, 70 Canadian business groups, including the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade and the Business Council of B.C., signed an open letter to the federal government, backing the pipeline expansion.
No-shows have long been a major frustration in the restaurant business and, while some restaurants have cancellation fees for larger groups, one Vancouver eatery is taking it a step further.
The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Aquarium are collectively waiting on nearly $700,000 in losses related to a 2015 leak of bunker fuel, while the Heiltsuk Nation continues negotiating over $200,000 in repayments for its response to a tugboat that ran aground in 2016.
Over 2,000 post-secondary students are set to relocate as the Greater Victoria School District takes back a building that's currently home to the Vancouver Island School of Art.
Grain farmers in British Columbia are struggling to get their product to market with backlogs on Canadian National's rail lines and incremental weather causing weeks of delays.