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Krog said he plans to stay on as MLA until after the municipal election in October.
The B.C. government has reached its first tentative agreement with 26,500 public-sector workers in the province, setting the stage for negotiations with other unions in the coming months.
A family in rural B.C. is thankful no one was hurt after a distressed black bear ripped apart their living room in the early morning.
Author and bank robber Stephen Reid has died at the age of 68.
Drivers hoping to cross Vancouver's Lions Gate Bridge Saturday night might be blocked by the infamous "bump" one last time.
Roy Henry Vickers, a First Nations artist from northwest British Columbia, has always been a fan of the rock band Grateful Dead but never imagined he would one day be working with them.
Should someone other than local politicians decide what local politicians make?
A University of Victoria neuroscience professor has tips for refs on how to figure out when a soccer player is faking an injury.
A news release from the B.C. Centre on Substance Use says treatment for youth must be developmentally and culturally appropriate and, while confidential, should also include family involvement when possible.
Dr. Mique’l Dangeli wants to stay in her nation’s traditional territory and continue her work in language revitalization.
The provincial government is currently accepting feedback on proposed changes to the Caribou Recovery Program, which include limiting access to certain backcountry areas.
Since she was first elected in 1989, Villeneuve has focused on building an arts community, welcoming immigrants and reducing poverty and homelessness.
A B.C. tire recycling organization has removed around 400 abandoned tires from an illegal dump site on provincial land near the Okanagan community of Peachland.
The 2026 FIFA Men's World Cup is coming to Canada — but when it comes to hosting games, Vancouver will be watching from the sidelines.
The B.C. Used Oil Management Association hopes coming improvements at bottle depots will help them collect more oil in an environmentally responsible way.
Canada's prison service is using security tests that may discriminate against Indigenous offenders and keep them behind bars longer and in more restrictive environments, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Apprehended Indigenous children kept distant from culture, despite MCFD partnership: Sts'ailes leaders
On the 10-year anniversary of the partnership between MCFD and the Sts'ailes community, leaders talk about troubles still embedded in Indigenous child welfare in B.C. today.
A tax on large companies such as Amazon that was meant to fight a growing homelessness crisis got rolled back during a raucous Seattle city council meeting that exposed divisions over how much companies that have fuelled booming economies should help pay to alleviate the downsides of success.
The federal government is rejecting several Senate changes to its cannabis legalization bill, setting the stage for a possible showdown between the Senate and the House of Commons.
Mike Nakatsu's home is his castle. Literally. The East Vancouver builder designed it that way. And now, for $2.98 million, it could be yours.