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Babies born during the wildfires, a surge of spiders and a missing submersible all made headlines this week.
The attack happened near a nightclub on Granville Street near Robson Street around 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
After years of protests and contentious council meetings, a motion on how Richmond, B.C., should deal with business signs that don't include English passed not with a bang, but a unanimous whimper.
Don't be surprised if you start seeing a multitude of lime green bicycles in Victoria, B.C.
Just weeks after Greyhound Canada asked for permission to cut a number of routes in British Columbia, the company has applied to chop or change even more of its bus routes throughout the province.
Road pricing is still very much a hypothetical in Metro Vancouver but dozens of Surrey-area residents will be getting a sneak peek next year as part of an experiment in Washington State.
Three employees and one client have been sentenced for immigration and tax fraud in B.C., bringing the total number of people sentenced to 8.
It's all hands on deck for DFO officers working to protect sensitive and record-low salmon stocks from illegal activity. Does that leave other fisheries, such as the local crab population, at risk?
Abbotsford's 911 service was down for a few hours last night. Anyone who tried to call the emergency line during that time would've heard a busy signal.
Paul Ross has heard no news about where the mother of his child — Twyla Roscovich —has gone and says the waiting is agony, but support has been overwhelming.
Findings presented Friday by Isobel Mackenzie after 22,000 residents from 292 residential care facilities were surveyed showed 62 per cent say they did not get a bath of shower as often as they want. One in four don't get assistance to go to the bathroom when required.
Two people have been fined after pulling the claws off crabs and throwing their legless bodies back into the ocean in White Rock, B.C., last week.
Sandy and Rod Haines were in a dead sleep in their rural Fruitvale B.C., home south of Castlegar on Wednesday, when there was an "odd thud" in the basement around 3 a.m.
Stephanie Hale says she was sexually assaulted by a fellow student in 2013 and while she told many UBC staff members, no one told her to file a formal complaint.
Federal and provincial justice ministers wrapping up two-day meeting in Vancouver Friday. Quebec's minister said Friday she and others are pushing the federal government to modernize the criminal code to address the backlog in the court system,
A flag flown at Nanaimo City Hall is the latest flashpoint in a long-running imbroglio that has consumed the city's government the last two years.