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When Kristjan Gottfried and his wife Michelle Hurtig got the news they were first in line for an apartment in a co-op housing complex in one of the most desirable and expensive cities in the country, they felt like they'd won the lottery. But the Vancouver couple says they were denied the unit because their baby is a girl and not a boy.
The Hollywood remake was released on Sept. 8 and, within the first weekend, grossed more than $123 million in North America alone. That’s the highest ever opening for a horror film, says movie critic Rad Simonpillai.
'We expect the first taste of winter at higher elevations tonight and Monday morning in central and southern B.C.,' says Environment Canada in a release.
The workbook stated "students should be made aware that the original text … reflected the racial, ethnic, and social prejudices" of the 1800s.
A new CBC radio series explores what workplace burnout is, who it affects, and how to cope.
The iconic Canadian spent his formative years in Port Coquitlam where more than 1,000 people showed up on Sunday to participate in the annual run in his honour.
The pet bird escaped her owners' home through a faulty screen door in Victoria, B.C. on Friday.
Erinne Paisley is back on the international activist scene again, now with a how-to book for youth about using social media for activism.
Cowichan, B.C., filmmaker Nick Versteeg is set to screen Nepal's Heartbeat Sept. 19, a chronicle of reconstruction efforts in the country after a devastating earthquake.
Valerie Nicholson believes she might be dead if not for Positive Women's Network. She was addicted to drugs and sleeping in decrepit hotels in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside when she was diagnosed with HIV about 13 years ago.
After more than a dozen years providing independent, online news for northern B.C., 250News is publishing its last story at the end of the month
Music shop owner Blaine McNamee says the number of female guitar players is on the rise in Vancouver.
Witnesses saw a male driver flee the scene. Police say a police dog was deployed but wasn't able to track the suspect, who remains unidentified and at large.
Our Vancouver got a preview of the local designers showcasing their creations in Vancouver Fashion Week from September 18 to 24.
A 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit near the border between Yukon, B.C., and Alaska Saturday afternoon, Earthquakes Canada reports.