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Government's Trans Mountain pipeline purchase seen as 'betrayal' by many opponents, spy service says
Canada's spy agency says many members of the environmental and Indigenous communities see the federal purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline as a betrayal, and suggests that could intensify opposition to expanding the project.
The driver lost control of a large commercial truck and hit an embankment near the 176 Street overpass just after 3 a.m. Tuesday, according to Surrey RCMP, who said the highway will be closed westbound for an 'undetermined' amount of time.
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A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled that the Medical Services Commission and the Ministry of Health can reduce fees billed for cataract surgery.
A letter sent by local RCMP in August describes "driver anarchy and mass crowds" at Joffre Lakes parking lot and calls for a long-term solution before someone is hurt.
The planned retirement of a Canadian Coast Guard ship has been postponed again amid uncertainty over the national shipbuilding program.
Coquitlam RCMP said in a statement Monday that Harold Edward Lewis, 56, faces a single charge of theft under $5,000. The city said he was one of seven City of Port Coquitlam employees fired over alleged metal theft that cost taxpayers over $75,000.
Vancouver Coastal Health is warning consumers not to eat certain meat products from Polonia Sausage House due to possible bacterial contamination, including E. coli.
Matthew Corbett, 32, has been off work since a mission to kill an aggressive bear north of Cranbrook, B.C., turned into a fight for his life.
The provincial government has introduced legislation to place new rules on controversial mega-mansions on Agriculture Land Reserve (ALR) farmland.
Mogadishu-born Abdi Gani Mahamud Hirsi came to Canada when he was seven years old. He was shot dead in his favourite city — Vancouver — at 26.
Young stars are blazing a new trail for the Vancouver Canucks and defying the flagging expectations that loomed over the team heading into the season.
In a statement Monday, spokesperson Lorie Chortyk said a necropsy revealed puncture wounds, consistent with a bite from a “medium-to-large predator,” were the cause of death. The zap straps were applied by someone after the animal was killed.
Cities looking for more federal cash and a more regular flow of money to tackle poverty are being told that they will be able to tap into $1.25 billion over the next nine years through the Liberal government's cornerstone homelessness strategy.
An earthquake measuring 4.5 magnitude has struck off the west coast of Vancouver Island, about 181 km west-southwest of Port Alice.
British Columbia is testing a $10-a-day child-care pilot project starting this month, dropping bills for some parents down by hundreds of dollars each month.
Former CFL wide receiver Josh Boden has been charged with 2nd-degree murder in the 2009 death of ex-girlfriend Kimberly Hallgarth.
The report highlighted socio-cultural attitudes toward sexual assault like victim blaming; fears of repercussions or of not having enough evidence for a case; and the conduct of individuals working in the justice system as a few factors.
Inauguration of Kennedy Stewart as Vancouver's 40th mayor today at 1:25 p.m. PT.
The entire building at 201 Carnarvon St., New Westminster, remains evacuated while hazmat crews determine what substances they may be dealing with.