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'It was like one big family': 25 years later, a B.C. ghost town's former residents still miss their home
Twenty-five years ago this week Cassiar, B.C., held an auction like none other: up for grabs was the entire contents of the now-defunct company town.
A First Nations chief is calling on the B.C. government to halt the moose hunt this year, arguing the historic wildfire season has caused enough trauma to the species.
The aftermath of violence in the Philippines is showcased in B.C. filmmaker Aaron Goodman's Duterte's Hell. Goodman says stigma surrounding drug use can lead to the dehumanization of users in any country.
The former chef of a hip Vancouver restaurant says a recent Employment Standards Tribunal decision is indicative of desperately needed changes in the service industry.
A gourmet garage sale raising funds for Les Dames D'Escoffier's scholarship program is a treasure trove of memorabilia from Vancouver's greatest chefs.
The city is proposing to build a 2-lane roadway, with bike lanes, through the park, which is between 140 Street and 144 Street, to make way for Light Rapid Transit in the area.
Peter Beckett was found guilty of drowning his wife in 2010.
Tony Tchani scored the equalizer against his former team in second-half stoppage time as the Vancouver Whitecaps tied the Columbus Crew 2-2 on Saturday.
Officers say the 23-year-old suspect is under investigation for impaired driving. No firefighters were injured and no fire vehicles were damaged.
Free clothing, haircuts, and toiletries were on offer at Oppenheimer Park Saturday afternoon.
For ten years, Shahla and Peter Nygaardt peddled their way through 77 countries and across six continents, bicycling and tenting their way around the world.
An advocate who helped Frank Colasimone with his complaint says she has heard from 50 other inmates in B.C. prisons who say they have either been involuntarily taken off suboxone or methadone or are waiting long periods of time to get on it.
Peter Wheaton says he couldn't just stand by and let a baby squirrel get attacked by a murder of crows.
The family of Twyla Roscovich says the filmmaker and mother's body has been found.
Kamloops RCMP have recovered 33 stolen shopping carts since June which led one beloved Kamloops fixture to worry his own would be confiscated.
It's legal to get a woman to carry and deliver a baby but in Canada it's illegal to pay her and many people think it's time for that law to be changed.
A head-on collision between two vehicles on Whatcom Road in Abbotsford, B.C, Friday night has killed one man and left another in hospital.
A survey suggests Canadians have a generally positive impression of Muslims but that view doesn't apply to some of the religion's leadership and beliefs.
Surrey RCMP traffic services said the vehicles were travelling fast before colliding near 128 Street and 76 Avenue early Saturday morning.
It was nearly dinnertime at Randall Friesen’s home in Wetaskiwin, Alta,, when his wife came home from Safeway and plunked a carton of eggnog on the table this week.