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A plane carrying more than 100,000 tiny marijuana plants landed at YVR airport on Thursday. They're going to be the start of an enormous facility being repurposed for cannabis in Delta.
The B.C. Naturopathic Association has filed a complaint against a Victoria practitioner who said she treated a four-year-old’s aggression problems with a homeopathic remedy made from rabid dog saliva.
A Prince George man got a surprise when a moose decided to wander into his garage and lick his pickup.
A B.C. Supreme Court justice has dismissed a child sex predator's appeal of his conviction.
A Supreme Court of Canada ruling supports a province's right to impose trade barriers, but not if the intent is to punish other provinces.
Canadian weightlifter Christine Girard has emerged as the poster athlete for Olympians whose moment of triumph was robbed by a cheat.
A two-year audit by the Forest Practices Board focused on the Bulkley Timber Supply Area in northwestern B.C., which is managed by the government-run B.C. Timber Sales.
The University of British Columbia has opened the door to providing funding for an extension of the Millennium Line all the way to its Point Grey campus.
On March 19, 2008 the 25-year-old Burnaby man walked out of the Keg in Langley and was never seen again.
Vancouver police are searching for witnesses who may have seen who locked church-goers into the Vancouver Standard Holiness Church in East Vancouver on April 5.
The Vancouver Hospice Society is concerned a new townhouse development, proposed under a city rezoning policy to encourage affordable housing, threatens the future of the facility.
One of the B.C. First Nations identified by Kinder Morgan as having granted consent for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to cross through three of its reserve lands says it hasn’t made a final decision on whether it will let the project through.
Social agencies are scrambling to find housing for some of the 18 people who were left homeless by Saturday's fire at the Flamingo Hotel in Surrey.
The B.C. government is phasing out the alternative minimum wage for workers who serve alcohol.
Const. Ian Jordan had been in a coma since crashing his police cruiser while responding to an emergency in 1987.
The lawyer who represented vintners in the case says the Supreme Court of Canada ruling offers new opportunities to challenge old laws.
by Roger Stonebanks, citizen reporter Amalgamation of Saanich and Victoria will be front-and-centre
A courtroom in New Westminster will hear arguments today about whether a man accused of stabbing two girls at an Abbotsford high school in 2016 is fit to stand trial.
On Wednesday, two ferry workers were taken to hospital after they were dropped into the water during a safety drill on the Queen of Cumberland.
More than one in three deliveries in B.C. hospitals were by C-section last year, the highest rate of surgical birth in Canada, new national data reveals.