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The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled unanimously that provinces have the constitutional right to restrict the importation of goods from each other, as long as the primary aim of the restriction isn't to impede trade.
Officers responded to a report of a break-and-enter at a home in the 30500 block of Cardinal Avenue on April 5.
The 419 forum will be a platform for intergenerational, inter-community dialogue about marijuana, teens and parents.
Some Canadian-Iranians are feeling the pinch as the rial hits a record low.
A Richmond real estate agent has been fined for drawing up a contract forcing a buyer to hang her team leader's 'Sold' sign up for a year after purchase.
The Supreme Court of Canada will release its ruling Thursday on the 'free-the-beer' case. The decision will establish whether Canadians are able to freely buy and transport alcohol from one province to another. But the case also could have implications for the sale of tobacco and cannabis, as well as the dairy and egg industries.
On the latest episode of the Pollcast, Mario Canseco of Research Co. breaks down the political stakes of Trans Mountain in B.C., and Nick Gamache and host Éric Grenier discuss the latest poll on the pipeline and what to watch for in Halifax at the Liberal policy convention.
Longtime activist and community Sarah Blyth organizer is running as an independent candidate for Vancouver city council.
A University of British Columbia economist and contributing author to the new book Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications says far from ending a marriage, a sex robot could be an upgrade.
The CEO of a B.C. immigrant social services organization says there's not enough drug education available to new Asian immigrants to Canada.
British Columbia's government is investing $1.9 billion over the next 10 years to help build 14,000 affordable homes for renters.
Vancouver councillor Andrea Reimer says alphabetical ballots can have a bias against candidates with last names that are Chinese, South Asian, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese or Latino, among others.
Some residents in the area around 10th Avenue and Woodland Drive in Vancouver are complaining about a new Mobi public bike share docking station being installed at the intersection.
A proposal by the City of Terrace to use surveillance cameras in two well-used outdoor spaces has been rejected by B.C.’s Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner.
The barren area of the Evergreen Terrace housing complex, on the 800 block of Hillside Avenue, will be the site of 21 homes thanks to a partnership between the province, City of Victoria, Atira Housing and the Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness.
Mary Jane's Glass and Gifts hit by second raid since last April
The Independent Investigations Office of B.C. said it will release information to families and the police agencies involved more quickly in the future.
Sunshine is in the forecast for the many parts of the province but winter hasn’t yet released its cold grip on northern British Columbia.
Kinder Morgan CEO Steven Kean told investors on Wednesday afternoon that negotiations with the federal government are underway to see if a deal can be struck to salvage the Trans Mountain expansion project, which continues to face opposition from the B.C. government.
The CEO of Kinder Morgan Canada says internal Canadian political squabbles over the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline are signalling that the project may be "untenable."