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The World Cup is coming to Canada. FIFA member associations gathering in Moscow on Wednesday voted 134-65 in favour of the North American bid by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to host the 2026 World Cup, beating out Morocco.
Father Lucien Paul Larre’s registration with the College of Psychologists of B.C. was cancelled in 2008, and he signed an agreement saying he would not apply for reinstatement.
British Columbia is expanding health-care coverage for people with diabetes by lifting the age restriction on insulin pumps.
Addressing the House of Commons on Monday, NDP MP Nathan Cullen accused the federal Liberal government of buying the "biggest lemon in Canadian history" when it agreed to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan.
Lisa Dudley, who was killed in a targeted attack in Mission in 2008, asked a paramedic to tell her parents that she was sorry, and that she loved her mother. That dying message hadn't been shared with her parents before the coroners inquest.
A District of North Vancouver spokesperson says there have been calls from concerned residents seeking information about how best to prepare themselves and their families in the event of a fire. Officials say planning and a smoke detector are key.
On Tuesday, BC Ferries announced it's removing fuel tariffs as of June 27.
A woman who told police she was sexually assaulted by a stranger in North Delta last month has admitted the attack never happened, officials said Monday.
Vancouver police drew more than the usual scrutiny Sunday after equipping their officers with carbine rifles at this year's Italian Day festivities.
Kamloops RCMP are asking the public for information after two shootings — believed to be targeted — left one person in hospital.
Students at a high school in Fort Nelson, B.C. are under heightened security and RCMP surveillance for the rest of the academic year after receiving multiple school shooting threats.
Supports are being brought in to help families deal with the devastating loss of a mother and her youngest son in an apartment fire Tuesday.
B.C. children’s representative says he has “grave concerns” after learning that another youth residential agency has been closed over issues with caregivers, including allegations a gang-connected staff member offered cocaine to a child.
Vancouver resident Tara Mudray never knew she had a parking ticket from the city until it came back to haunt her credit score six years later.
A boater first spotted the body floating some distance offshore from Pacific Spirit Regional Park just before 3 p.m. PT Monday.
MPs from across party lines tore into a senior executive of a B.C.-based tech firm involved in the Facebook data scandal, accusing him of obfuscation and reminding him several times that he was testifying under oath.
B.C. has the highest rate of poverty among seniors in Canada, according to the latest B.C. Seniors Poverty Report Card — and that number has increased for the third year in a row.
There's no sense of finality yet for Wally Buono. The 2018 CFL season will be the last of Buono's Hall of Fame career, but the B.C. Lions' venerable head coach says that fact hasn't sunk in yet.
The University of British Columbia is ramping up efforts to implement its sexual-assault policy a year after its launch, following a report that denounced the policy's "countless unresolved issues."
Canada's total oil production should increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035 — a 33-per-cent increase over 2017 levels, according to a new industry forecast.