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Detectives are looking for a black Jeep SUV believed to be associated with 20-year-old Leonardo Ngo, the victim of a knife fight in Surrey earlier this week.
North and south lanes on 184 Street will be closed, along with the eastbound and westbound lanes on 40 Avenue.
A food court in Toronto has cut the amount of garbage it produced from 120 bags a day to just three. Here’s how they did it, and what other fast food vendors, food courts and their customers can do to cut back on fast food waste.
Part of ongoing work along road to replace an aging gas line.
Recently there has been a movement to make alleyways friendly, vibrant and more accessible. Ackery's Alley is the latest to get a makeover.
The City of North Vancouver is asking the courts to step in and demand that a local woman stop using her three-bedroom townhouse as an Airbnb hostel.
A man has died in an explosion and fire at an Abbotsford home on Thursday afternoon, according to police.
Trung Nguyen,has been waiting four years for this moment as he sells sockeye off his boat at the Steveston Pier for $8 a pound. He and other commercial fishers returned to the Richmond harbour Thursday with coolers full of salmon after being allowed out on the Fraser River Wednesday to catch salmon.
After the Alkali Lake and South Stikine River fires merged into one giant blaze, residents worry about what they left behind.
A 45-year-old woman is behind bars after Mounties say she walked into a house in Osoyoos, asked to see the homeowner's baby, and then produced a knife.
B.C. Conservation Office Service says it issued 42 tickets for unlawful campfires while vast areas of the province burn.
Luke Strimbold was charged with 24 counts of sex-related offences, including offences related to people under the age of 16, earlier this year.
Health Canada says a brand of prepared chicken products is recalling a line of chicken strips due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
North Vancouver RCMP are searching for a suspect in a high-end camera theft from a camera rental store.
In a 7-1 vote, Victoria city council approved a motion Thursday to have the statute temporarily removed from the front steps of city hall on Saturday.
A Calgary hairstylist remembers feeling like he was in a dream — or nightmare — when he slipped on moss-covered rocks near the top of a B.C. waterfall, then fell screaming 45 metres to a small pool below.
RCMP say the incident happened at around 2 a.m. Wednesday when four people leaped from the bridge and the woman didn't resurface.
Wormy fish may not sound appetizing, but parasitic worms in fish are far more common than you might think.
The moving display of grief by a mother killer whale known as J-35 has reached "unprecedented" lengths, as carries the body of her newborn more than two weeks after it died.
Attorney General David Eby will be joined by Joy MacPhail, ICBC board chair, to announce proposed changes to modernize how ICBC calculates insurance premiums.