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Mark Louis and his family will be one of dozens moving into a new housing development in Surrey.
"Generally, members of the public ... go in at night and just dig up something to take home," said Vancouver Park Board Chair Stuart MacKinnon of the persistent issue.
Chuck Gray, 38, had a serious stroke less than a year ago. On Friday, he claims he was attacked by a group of teenagers on his way home — leaving him to start his recovery over again.
Donald Trump, who has upended traditions in just 18 months on the job, became the first sitting U.S. president to meet with the head of state for North Korea on Tuesday in Singapore, provoking no shortage of reactions.
It's scary dairy for one dangerous offender. But a Federal Court judge says serving powdered milk in prison isn't actually torture.
From Nanaimo MLA to mayor? Leonard Krog's decision could have big ramifications for local, provincial politics
It's rare that an announcement by a backbench MLA carries such intrigue.
A new nationwide study shows men in B.C., on average, have the healthiest lifestyles among Canadian men.
There are lane closures in both directions on Grant McConachie Way.
A coroners inquest is now underway into the 2008 death of Lisa Dudley, who was shot in a targeted attack but lay paralyzed for four days after a report of gunfire in the Mission neighbourhood before she was found.
When Monique Hui learned the driver responsible for the crash that killed her father had been acquitted of criminal charges, she says she nearly drove her car off the road.
On Friday, Andrew Weaver, Green Party leader and MLA for Oak Bay Gordon Head, met with Elliot Eurchuk's parents who are pushing for change to B.C. laws which prevented them from having a say in their son's prescriptions.
Leanne MacFarlane, 43, and Jeffrey Taylor, 42, were shot and killed in May 2010.
Police in Nanaimo are searching for a suspect after they say a man broke into a care home for seniors and stole items while people slept.
The rappers, famous for the chart-topping single "Bad and Boujee," were the highly anticipated closers at the inaugural Breakout Festival. Unfortunately, and for reasons not entirely clear to an organizer, that didn't happen.
A 12-year-old girl drowned after her legs were sucked into a drain pipe whose cover had been removed by several children playing in Dawson Creek's man-made Rotary Lake, the B.C. Coroner Service has found.
SVO talks to Dogwood Initiative & the Orca Rescue Society by Sue Stroud,
There's no way to predict when B.C. roads will see a string of fatal crashes like the ones that took the lives of four people this weekend, according to RCMP.
A trove of letters newly donated to the University of British Columbia gives voice to the teenage experience of Japanese Canadians.
The head of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says the federal government's financial adviser has raised the possibility of getting involved in the Trans Mountain pipeline project but added there's been no political pressure applied.
Despite not coming from a political background, Ken Sim says he has what it takes to be mayor of Vancouver because of his business experience — something he believes is needed to address the city's affordability crisis.