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Police say a Castlegar restaurant owner's use of force to defend himself from an intruder breaking into his restaurant was reasonable.
The province says wildfires continue to rage across B.C. and those in affected communities should remain prepared.
Police said Joe Lescene, 51, is presumed dead.
B.C. now has the third highest minimum wage in Canada.
She was airlifted Royal Columbian Hospital but later died of her injuries.
Councillor Kerry Jang is frustrated because he says municipalities have been excluded from the federal marijuana legalization process.
A Nanaimo judge has ordered a man to give a blood sample after vomiting in the face of a firefighter who was treating him for a suspected fentanyl overdose.
The B.C. government is conducting a review of allegations that the previous Liberal government overpaid to rush the construction of the Port Mann bridge project.
Parents of French immersion kindergarten and Grade 1 students at Surrey's Cougar Creek Elementary have learned the program will be cancelled next year.
TransLink is warning commuters to expect delays and traffic snarls starting Friday as work begins upgrading Vancouver's Commercial-Broadway SkyTrain Station.
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Doug Strachan with the Surrey School District says staffing needs have been met 2017 is right on track with previous years.
Researchers with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans are hoping their fancy new oceanic surveying tool reappears, but there's been no sign of the submersible glider since July 28.
The Canadian Real Estate Association has cut its national outlook for home sales activity for the year by five per cent, saying the decline stems almost entirely from a downward revision to its outlook for the Ontario market.
The union representing workers on BC Ferries vessels says the galleys, or kitchens, of the new Salish-class vessels are dangerously hot and working in them could be hazardous.
A new service that allows Canadians to stream all NFL games live had a rough start last week with many complaints about poor audio and video quality and connectivity problems, but the company behind it says many of the issues have been fixed.
A new trail along Vancouver Island's Pacific Rim, is raising concerns from the local Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.