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More than 250 wildfire evacuees from Telegraph Creek have been given the go-ahead to return home, after months of staying in hotels and with friends and family across B.C and Yukon.
This Remembrance Day will mark 100 years since the signing of the armistice to end fighting in the First World War, and to commemorate the occasion TransLink has released limited edition Compass Cards.
Mike Killeen joins Anita Bathe, Johanna Wagstaffe, Dan Burritt and Lien Yeung as host of CBC Vancouver News.
The first meeting for a new mayor and council is usually more about ceremony than city business — everyone is sworn into their new roles, they pose for pictures and then go home.
"Which system should British Columbia use for provincial elections? Vote for only one: the current First Past the Post voting system [or] a proportional representation voting system."
Companies reducing the waste they produce as part of their business strategy will share the secrets of their success at a conference in Vancouver this week — it's a trend that is as much about the bottom line as it is about sustainability.
Firefighters put out flames that had engulfed up to 15 vehicles according to witnesses.
Metro Vancouver says winds of 80 kilometres per hour and high river levels made Lynn Headwaters Regional Park dangerous and debris flow has blocked the entrance road.
IHIT is investigating a death in Port Coquitlam.
Chef Daniel Kim of Vancouver's Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar was recently awarded the $10,000 Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship.
An Ontario man who paid for credit card balance protection insurance in case he lost his job or got sick never qualified for most of the coverage, and was unable to cash in after having a stroke.
Residents of the small town in northeastern B.C. are able to return home after they were forced out almost a month ago due to a slow-moving landslide.
A man in his late 50s was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries, RCMP say.
Four people are in hospital after a pit bull attack at a residents in Colwood, southwest of Victoria, on Saturday.
On April 14, 1939 veteran William A. Stevenson was buried at Fraser Westminster, but because there was no money for a grave marker, his plot has been nameless until now.
A Canadian university faculty association is investigating the suspension of a B.C. professor as a possible violation of academic freedom.
Tell Nobody Nothin' No How: The Real Story of West Coast Rum Running launches Nov. 1.
One of B.C.'s most unique and labour-intensive salmon runs in Mill Bay involves moving thousands of fish upstream by hand, one by one.
One person has died, and three people are injured following a car crash in Surrey late Saturday night.
The Wildlife Conservation Society reported that 70 per cent of the world's wilderness belongs to five countries and of those five, Canada holds the second-largest area following Russia.