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A collaborative study by UBC and Statistics Canada, published earlier this year, found more than 700,000 Canadians skipped food purchases in 2016 to pay for prescription medications.
Police in Victoria are searching for a suspect after a woman says she was sexually assaulted in a local park this weekend.
Ontario’s tourism minister says the province would be happy to provide a new home for the statue of Sir John A. Macdonald that was torn down in Victoria.
It may be easy to buy vape pens right now, but they are illegal. Come October 17 they will not be allowed. The federal government is trying to find a way to regulate both vape pens and cannabis concentrates.
Dio Gama was a big reason why the team from Whalley, B.C., won the Canadian Little League title last week. But now a family immigration problem may prevent the 13-year-old from fulfilling his lifelong dream of playing in the Little League World Series.
Hundreds of wildfires burning across B.C. have blanketed large areas of the province in smoke as thousands of people remain under evacuation alerts.
Members of the Surrey Refugee Youth Team are helping new immigrants form cross-cultural connections by introducing them to B.C.’s Indigenous history.
Vancouver trolleybus fans are celebrating the bygone transit vehicles’ 70th anniversary with a series of tours.
A former B.C. Games athlete says she was sexually assaulted by another athlete during the 2006 summer games in Kamloops and wants to know why it happened to more young athletes this summer.
Rogen, Reynolds, Bublé? Or one of 13 others? We want you to determine who the region's favourite representative is.
Police say numerous charges are pending against the suspect, a 43-year-old man.
The 2016 CBC Searchlight winner, Desirée Dawson, brings her new single to CBC’s stage on August 13.
Ken Pickering, the co-founder and longtime artistic director of the Vancouver International Jazz Festival has died at the age of 66.
Funding for school crossing guards in the Victoria area is dependant on grants issued by individual municipalities. Audrey Smith, president of the newly-formed Greater Victoria Crossing Guards Association, is hoping this will change.
A border collie from 100 Mile House is making a name for herself as a local hero. Whisper the dog has fetched more than 100 lost softballs this summer.
A UBC researcher says peer support workers and volunteers — who are more trusted by drug users because they have shared experience — need more support than what they're getting.
Residents living to the west Quesnel, B.C. are preparing for a possible city-wide evacuation as wildfires continue to rage nearby.
TransLink says it has received mostly positive feedback but not everyone is enjoying the ride.
Last year's fire season was hard on honey bees, but for those that survived, one beekeeper wants to pass on their strong genes via artificial insemination.
A female killer whale known as J-35 has stopped carrying the body of her newborn calf after 17 days, ending what scientists called "a tour of grief."