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A University of B.C. student’s human rights complaint over how the school handled her sexual assault report will be allowed to go ahead, but the case against her alleged attacker has been dropped.
Marijuana users' self-proclaimed holiday is linked with a slight increase in fatal U.S. car crashes, an analysis of 25 years of data found.
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said the government will not entertain any attempts by British Columbia to stall or stop the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
It’s Family Day in B.C. and while I won’t be spending it with my real family (love you guys!) the next best thing is being with my Pyeongchang family.
Shon Wong pays homage to the neighbourhood he grew up in with Dragons in the Sky, a four-track EP that blends Chinese Opera and classic rock.
Three teenagers who planned to camp on a mountain near Maple Ridge, B.C., had to be rescued when their equipment turned out to be insufficient for sub-zero temperatures.
Vancouver Coastal Health has teamed up with B.C. Housing and non-profit partners to create a total of three homes to help young people transition off the streets.
Critics are decrying the potential partial loss of the city's mountain views as part of Vancouver's plan for Northeast False Creek, which council will be voting on Tuesday.
They work long hours, hold great responsibilities and don’t get paid a lot. With that in mind, the Condominium Home Owners Association of B.C. asks, is it any wonder the province has a shortage of strata building managers?
An Abbotsford councillor says the city has to do a better job of protecting trees after a recent report revealed the city lost about seven per cent of its tree cover between 2005 and 2015.
The $1.5-billion takeover of Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc. by a division of a Chinese state-owned company has been pushed back because the federal government is conducting a national security review of the deal.
Korea has recruited six Canadian players to bolster its men's hockey chance at the Olympics. Those players play their first game Feb. 15 and meet Team Canada on Feb. 18.
Three decades after the Ben Johnson scandal at the Seoul Olympics, doping is once again making headlines. Paul Melia, head of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, says the international sporting community could learn from Canada's experiences when it comes to dealing with cheating.
A new report about Canada's tech sector shines a light on who works in the digital economy. The good news is there are lots of jobs for skilled workers. The bad news? It's still an uphill battle getting women into the tech workforce.
The City of Vancouver will make three community centres available as overnight warming centres Sunday to help people get out of the cold.
Witnesses say victim was surfing with a group at Long Beach near Lovekin Rock.
The complaints system is stacked against banking customers say consumer advocates, who believe the process is designed to wear people down and that it most often finds in favour of the banks.
Bjornstrom died suddenly January 13th.
The inaugural Window Wanderland exhibit is a nod to the voyeuristic impulse you're likely to feel walking past homes with drawn-open curtains.
The new art exhibit Beta Vulgaris: The Sugar Beet Projects explores the dark history of Japanese internment in Canada.