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West Moberly, Prophet River First Nations warn Site C approval could lead to billion dollar treaty violation
The West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations have warned they will launch a 'billion-dollar lawsuit' testing whether the Site C dam violates the 1899 Treaty No. 8 agreement if the project is approved by B.C.'s NDP government.
The largest container ship to ever dock in Canada was welcomed in Prince Rupert, B.C., last week, marking another victory for the city's international port.
According to statistics, 4,981 people injected Crystal meth at a supervised injection facility in 2005. In 2016, 35,238 injections of the drug were recorded.
Helaina Moses and her boyfriend went for a bite to eat after a night on the town, and were told to pay upfront. 'It kind of felt like they were assuming we didn't have the money to pay for our food because of our skin colour.'
The federal government will outline the details of its highly anticipated national housing strategy on Wednesday, including how it wants to create up to 100,000 new affordable housing units across the country.
A man once described by a judge as a “con man” was back in a St. John's courtroom Monday — very much alive — after his alter-ego had signed property deals before claiming to have died.
A historic aquatic race in B.C. will be revitalized with a new twist in 2018.
The parents of a young Vancouver woman killed during a night out on Granville Street last year say they’re disappointed they’re still waiting for the woman responsible to be sentenced.
Surrey RCMP used video surveillance over several months to track the two suspects.
The suspect, who posed as a bank employee, claims she was trying to catch a dishonest clerk.
Study suggests competition with other marine mammals for the same food may be a bigger problem than fishing, at least in recent years, for resident killer whales.
The province says the drug Soliris — which may be able to save a 23-year-old B.C. woman — will now go to a review committee for expensive drugs for rare diseases.
A Vancouver Islander who beat a quadriplegic man with a shovel while the victim’s daughter played in the next room has been sentenced to 2.5 more years in prison and ordered to pay $50,000 in restitution.
journalist and addictions expert Johann Hari says the current opioid crisis in B.C. and the housing crunch we see in Vancouver are more related than you think.