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The Mandarin duck, native to East Asia, gained international fame after being sighted in New York City. Turns out the same duck has been spotted in Burnaby for the past six months.
It's that time of year when the sun sets earlier and rises later. For runners, that means running in the dark and cold. But that doesn't mean running enthusiasts have to give up the outdoors and take to the treadmills.
Saanich police say a 31-year-old woman, of no fixed address has been charged with two counts of arson and is known to officers.
Environment Canada says there will be heavy rain, snow and strong winds for several regions.
B.C. Liberal party leader Andrew Wilkinson has urged party members to be bold on keeping taxes low in the province, defeat the proportional representation vote and come up with new solutions around vehicle insurance.n
An order-in-council issued Thursday said the government has already taken several measures to ensure the recovery of the southern resident killer whales.
Kimberly Lynn Hallgarth, Boden's ex-girlfriend, was found dead in her Burnaby home on March 15, 2009.
Battered Women's Support Services set up a jarring installation at a bus shelter in North Vancouver to help people understand what it can be like for women experiencing domestic abuse.
Andree Lau, editor in chief of Huffington Post Canada, shares her experience coming up in the country's media industry as a journalist of Chinese-Canadian descent.
Musician Drake says he was blocked from gambling at luxury resort Parq Vancouver's casino Friday night and is blaming "profiling" by the venue. Parq Vancouver says it's looking into the allegations.
Clients of Vancouver's Harrison Galleries say they too are missing art the gave to the gallery to resell on their behalf. CBC reported earlier that at least a dozen artists who sold their work through Harrison Galleries are trying to find paintings they had consigned to owner Chris Harrison.
Twenty years ago the Nisga'a Nation in B.C. voted in favour of a treaty with the provincial and federal governments. Today, not all are sure of its long-term success.
Surrey RCMP are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect in a carjacking.
The Referendum on Electoral Reform By Sue Stroud, citizen reporter From now until
The only two returning councillors to Vancouver City Hall are giving incoming mayor Kennedy Stewart high marks for the process he used to recommend people for various boards and committees.
Hanging on the lobby wall of the modular housing complex on King George Blvd. near 105 Avenue in Surrey is a picture of the man the facility is named after — “Little” Doug Nickerson.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York City is launching a multi-year project to restore and conserve a section that highlights First Nations cultures of the Pacific Northwest.
Don't forget to set your clock back an hour for the end of daylight time on Sunday morning. We know that the time shift helps us make the most of light in the morning and evening, and it can temporarily upset our sleep schedules. But why do we do it?
A large focus of the action plan is working with First Nation communities. Doug Donaldson, B.C.'s Minister of Forests, said they provide resources in several ways, including their knowledge of the burn areas and manpower.
Rookie Elias Pettersson had two goals, three assists and Derek Pouliot scored with less than 30 seconds to go in overtime, giving the Vancouver Canucks a 7-6 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Friday.