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Indigenous and civil rights groups have asked British Columbia's police complaints commissioner to investigate a significant racial disparity in the Vancouver Police Department's use of street checks
Jollibee attracted long lines of customers when it entered the Canadian market in 2016. It currently has two locations in Winnipeg and one in Scarborough, Ont.
The federal government is ordering Canada's telecommunications regulator to look into whether internet, television and wireless providers have been using "misleading" and "aggressive" sales tactics.
RCMP are investigating an stabbing at Surrey, B.C., hotel early Thursday morning.
A coroners inquest has heard how Lisa Dudley asked a paramedic to tell her parents "she was sorry" and her mother "that she loved her" as she lay dying — but it took 10 years for her parents to hear those words.
A Kelowna man became the first person to circumnavigate the Okanagan Lake on foot last weekend, finishing the 300km run in just over two days.
A WestJet flight had to make an emergency landing at the Calgary airport Thursday morning.
When Natalie Demenoff arrived at her flood-damaged home to continue cleanup work on Monday morning, she was met by a colourful surprise.
Teck Resources says a power outage is to blame for an incident late Wednesday night at its lead smelter operations in Trail.
Police say the suspect driver was stopped by the flagger but insisted on being let through, allegedly threatening her.
A Dragon's Den-winning entrepreneur, a successful restaurateur, and three future national team managers: here's where the members of the only Canadian team to reach the World Cup are today.
BC Ferries has cancelled two Thursday morning sailings of the Queen of New Westminster vessel due to a mechanical difficulty with its rudder.
The "Wake Up" event was organized after two teenagers were killed in a targeted shooting in the Campbell Heights neighbourhood.
A statement said the Recovery Transition Program will start when emergency social services end. Assistance will go to primary-residence homes that have been deemed unlivable.
The exodus of experienced municipal politicians in Metro Vancouver continues.
Trucks have been crashing into overpasses on B.C.'s highways with surprising regularity. What gives?
The wife of one of two missing British Columbia sailors says her husband's dream voyage has become a nightmare as days pass without word from him.
The coroners inquest into the 2008 death of Lisa Dudley wrapped up on Wednesday, but for the only person who reported the gunshots to police, the inquest hasn't delivered relief after a decade of regret.
Hossein Koshkoye Delshad lost his wife and youngest son in a fire in North Vancouver on Monday. He invited a CBC reporter into his hospital room to tell his story, hoping to send a message to other families and prevent another tragedy.
The latest case is the third reported so far this year, according to VPD, and it involved a woman in her early 20s from China who is studying here on a student visa.