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Rare is the throne speech that delivers new spending commitments — and this one was no exception.
Precedent-setting case tests evidence called to prove possibility Khalid Ahmad Ibrahim may commit a terrorism offence.
Miniature horses, monkeys and pigs can legally fly as emotional support animals on at least one Canadian airline, but an advocate for travellers says the vast majority of jet-setting comfort animals are far less exotic and truly necessary accommodation for people with disabilities.
With about 2,000 dating services to choose from in North America and millions of users engaging in them, tales of searching digitally for a successful match — for life, or perhaps just for the night — are now so common they've become an intimate part of the way we live.
Stephen Peat, a once celebrated NHL hockey fighter, is in debilitating pain, estranged from his family, living out of his vehicle and wondering what's next.
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning and special weather statement for much of B.C.'s South Coast.
A new report released by the Thompson Nicola Regional District says that 90 per cent of area businesses suffered loss as a result of the 2017 wildfires, but less than half of them have accessed government and charitable programs to help rebuild.
Lindsay Shaw was surprised to find scant research despite the high number of people who report using the hallucinogenic fungi that grow wild on B.C.'s West Coast.
Those booming clicks coming from an underwater microphone placed in the waters of B.C.’s Johnstone Strait could only come from one animal.
A construction worker who attempted to save the life of a 27-year-old surfer in Tofino, B.C., hopes the incident will lead to heightened awareness of the renowned surfing destination's deadly rip currents.
B.C. parent accuses province of burying rural education report after Freedom of Information request denied
A B.C. parent says the provincial government is burying a report on rural education after her freedom of information request turned up 59 pages of redacted documents.
Kimberley Dynamiters have yet to receive any of the promised millions.
Provincial officials are already drawing down water levels in Okanagan Lake due to 'concerning' snowpack levels in the B.C. Interior.
Vancouver city council has approved an ambitious 20-year plan for northeast False Creek, the city's last remaining downtown waterfront.
A Vancouver Island plane crash that injured two and left 10,000 people without power in early 2017 was the result of a pilot attempting a landing while travelling too high and fast, a report has found.
Mokua Gichuru said the Vancouver Swing Club wouldn't listen to 'a man's side of the story.'
British Columbia’s minority NDP government is set to lay out its priorities in its second throne speech since taking power.
Police say it's not like 62-year-old Thelma Vaughan to go missing.
The government begins a four-month period where the legislature will be sitting most weeks — and a number of important decisions are scheduled to be made.
Chelene Knight noticed that a lot of the conversations around Black History Month were rooted in American history and she wanted to change the conversation to the contemporary black experience in Vancouver.