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John Andrew Carlton Stark of Kamloops is facing several charges, including attempted murder, after he broke into two homes Monday night.
Refugees, resilience, and reliable cars: Langley art exhibit juxtaposes Syrian refugees in Lebanon with Volvos
A photo exhibit titled "Volvos of Lebanon: Stories of refugees, resilience and reliable cars," compares the resilience of Syrian refugees to Volvos.
With dozens of golf clubs in other Lower Mainland cities, should Vancouver consider converting part of one of its public courses for other uses?
Minister of Poverty Reduction Shane Simpson says parents will have to wait for the February budget announcement to find out how $10-a-day child care is coming to B.C.
Slip and fall lawsuits relating to uncleared snow and ice are popping up in B.C. courts, including some against the City of Vancouver.
The Canadian government’s housing strategy will include a new benefit for people waiting for low income housing, a source confirmed to CBC News.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley issued warnings to all political parties to take off their partisan blinders or both the environment and Canada's energy industry will fail.
Naccarato will receive $6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, a 10-day writing residency at the Banff Centre and will have her poetry published in Air Canada enRoute magazine.
Canada's Manny Osborne-Paradis makes his season debut in men's downhill at Lake Louise, Alta., on Saturday (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 2 p.m. ET), looking to carry over a strong finish to the 2016-17 season and a productive summer of strength training.
CBC's Go Public heard from frustrated Bell employees and customers coast to coast after our investigation into allegations of high-pressure sales tactics at Canada's largest telecommunications provider.
A Lower Mainland grief counselling group is using Canada's first annual National Bereavement Day as an opportunity to educate on grief, and get politicians talking about extending bereavement leave.
An aquaculture company has admitted responsibility for an incident in which thousands of fish feed bags washed up on a group of pristine west coast islands.
Lheidli T'enneh First Nation and Prince George museum receive Governor General award for historic partnership
Hodul'eh-a: A Place of Learning seeks to repatriate Lheidli T'enneh cultural items from around the world and centre them in a museum located on traditional lands that are now a major city park in Prince George.
The company behind the proposal for a new casino and entertainment centre in Delta has submitted its application to the city.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Nevsun Resources to have a human rights case against the miner moved to the Eritrea.
Washington state's governor says travel bans on immigrants and refugees have caused economic and moral wounds in the United States.
Prince George city council has voted to stop classifying pit bulls and other bully breeds as "dangerous" and instead focus on the behaviour of individual dogs, as part of new rules around animal ownership in the city.
After almost two decades Bramwell Tovey, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra's musical conductor, is moving on to London, England's BBC.