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A former child protection worker, once with the Ministry of Child and Family Development, says, in her experience, Indigenous children are largely being apprehended due to poverty, and their parents are being over policed when trying to reunite with them.
A revolutionary new tool is helping students pay attention and burn off excess energy at Strawberry Vale elementary school in Victoria.
Shantee Anaquod, a 23-year-old battling a rare disease, has been approved to receive coverage for Soliris, a $750,000 drug that until yesterday was not covered in B.C.
According to ICBC, 43 per cent of all pedestrian-vehicle crashes happen between October and January when rain and darkness wreak havoc with visibility.
The B.C. Ministry of Agriculture is asking homeowners to be on alert after more than 1,000 invasive brown marmorated stink bugs were recently found on traps set up in the Okanagan Valley.
A coalition of child and youth advocates says one in five children in British Columbia lives in poverty, but immigrant kids, off-reserve Indigenous kids and those from visible minority backgrounds are even worse off.
Royal Columbia Hospital in New Westminster is wrestling with the issue of police recording conversations between doctors and patients in the emergency room.
Michael Bublé will return to the Junos stage to emcee the annual celebration on his home turf in Vancouver next March, the first time the awards will air on CBC in 16 years.
Organizers of Canada's annual music honour announce the host of the upcoming celebration in Vancouver, the first time the Junos return to CBC in 16 years.
Kelowna RCMP, fire investigators and the B.C. Coroners Service are examining the scene of a house fire after crews found a body inside.
Coquitlam Search and Rescue is combing the trails of Eagle Mountain for a missing dog walker whose vehicle was left in a Westwood Plateau parking lot overnight.
Tim Haskett, an assistant professor of history at the University of Victoria, says Amazon acquiring the rights to The Lord of the Rings could lead to a television series untrue to the source material.
One man is in custody after two home invasions led to violent altercations that sent two men to hospital with serious injuries in Kamloops, B.C.
The B.C. Conservative Party, which has no seats in the legislature, is looking to gain momentum.
ICBC accredited repair shops are denying allegations from the union representing ICBC estimators that they are overbilling customers.
Environment Canada warns the rain could cause localized flooding or hazardous driving when it freezes inland.
Mayor Taylor Bachrach is planning on introducing a motion next council meeting to change the town's rules around infrastructure upgrades by businesses.