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Women compete in races and timed events at Crankworx every year, but 15 years after the world's biggest mountain bike festival premiered in Whistler, the ladies still don't have a place in the festival's main event; the Red Bull Joyride Slopestyle.
A dramatic attempt to save one whale has so far, been successful. But B.C.'s southern resident killer whales face a series of critical threats.
It’s one of the most dangerous jobs in the world, but there’s no other career underwater welder Dewald Venter would rather pursue.
Taylor Ruck is now the most-decorated Canadian swimmer at a single Pan Pacific Swimming Championships after racing to a silver in the 200-metre backstroke in Tokyo on Sunday.
RCMP said the crash happened at the intersection of 176 Street and 96 Avenue just before 5:00 p.m.
More enforcement coming to Sunshine Coast as region deals with complaints of illegal shellfish harvesting
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is sending another enforcement officer to its Sunshine Coast base after members of the public flooded the department with complaints about illegal shellfish harvesting in the area.
An aircraft operated by a museum crashed after the airshow ended, sending five on board to hospital.
Vancouver Coastal Health is warning people and their pets that entering the waters off English Bay, Jericho, and Sunset Beaches could put their health at risk due to high levels of E. coli contamination.
B.C. Wildfires 2018: evacuation alerts expanded in northwest as crews battle new fires across province
Fires burning across B.C.'s northwest region prompted expanded evacuation orders and alerts Saturday morning as crews battled forty new wildfires elsewhere in the province.
Film industry still unfriendly place for LGBT people, says Vancouver Queer Film Festival artistic director
As the Vancouver Queer Film Festival celebrates it's 30th anniversary, the festival's artistic director says there is still more work to be done in terms of providing opportunities for LGBT filmmakers.
Police have identified the victim of Friday's deadly road rage incident as Willis Charles Hunt, 33, of Vancouver.
B.C. author, poet and historian Ken Mather can be seen at the historic O'Keefe Ranch in Vernon every weekend, telling tales of old cowboys and ancient trails through rhyme.
RCMP say no one else was hurt.
Capt. Greg Hume-Powell is preparing to fly for the last time in the airshow he says shaped the course of his life.
First Nations chefs and culinary experts seek to remind Indigenous people about their culinary roots, while educating others on traditional dishes and ingredients. For the first time ever, West Vancouver's Harmony Arts Festival features an Indigenous showcase.
They came to Mirabel, Que. on a mission to become Team Canada and on Saturday afternoon Whalley, B.C. did just that by defeating Glace Bay, N.S. 11-0 in the championship game.
John Hofsess was a writer and activist who fought for the legalization of assisted dying in Canada. The film 'Exit Interview: John Hofsess' documents his last days and his death. It airs tonight on CBC Television at 7 p.m. as part of the Absolutely Vancouver series.
The suspected human-caused fire has been burning for nearly a week several kilometres from a rural neighbourhood.
The monument honouring Canada's first prime minister was taken down, wrapped in foam and strapped to a flat-bed truck on Saturday morning to be placed in storage.
Shambhala has lived on while large events have folded. A veteran of the live music industry says Shambhala, from a business perspective, brings together a combination of factors that keep it viable now and likely into the future.