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When humans make it to Mars, they're going to need a source of power. That's why NASA is working on a compact nuclear power system which, they say, passed its first rounds of tests.
A controlled burn near 70 Mile House, B.C., on Wednesday caused residents to sound the alarm after enduring the province's worst wildfire season in history last year.
The Vancouver Aquarium is giving up its fight to keep whales and dolphins in captivity, saying the heated public debate on the issue is hindering its conservation work.
Logging trucks will return to a community forest on the Sunshine Coast later this month, after a judge agreed to lift a temporary injunction granted to a group of mushroom pickers.
A 51-year-old Toronto man is in custody after his alleged "unruly behaviour" led to the evacuation of the North Peace Regional Airport.
Parks Canada has issued an extreme wave hazard advisory, warning the public to use extra caution on beaches, shorelines and coastal waters in and around the national park reserve Thursday through Saturday
The Blue River Powder Packer's Society is worried a change to the Eight Peaks Sustainable Resource Management Plan will limit access to safe snowmobiling.
Some TransLink buses that travel the Lower Mainland area have been cited because they carry Chinese language ads.
They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But not — apparently — when it comes to B.C. Supreme Court cases. A judge has ruled against a Chinese businessman who failed to mention in court documents that he was actually married to a woman he went on to sue for more than $17 million.
A piece of Ladner’s history disappeared last week when the Mitchell Bay was towed from the dock behind Speed’s Pub to the scrap yard.
A two-month-old cougar was found hiding under a deck at a home near Williams Lake, B.C., and will be moved to its new home at the Greater Vancouver Zoo early next week.
Daycare remains unaffordable and inaccessible to most British Columbians, say child-care advocates.
A B.C. man has won the inaugural Mohn prize for outstanding research related to the Arctic.audio
A home invasion on Tuesday led police to carry out a search warrant of the involved residence.
A Richmond, B.C., family is stressed because less than three weeks before their departure date, FlightHub.com and airlines refuse to add newborn to booking on trip to Ireland.
E-commerce giant has announces a short list of 20 cities — including Toronto — which will now vie to become home to Amazon HQ2.
From garage bands to Michael Bublé, B.C. has no shortage of musical talent, but it also lacks the data to forward policy issues that may be holding back growth.
A local bakery in Kamloops, B.C., is offering customers five loaves of bread in exchange for their $25 gift cards to Save-On-Foods and Loblaws grocery stores, which they will then donate to local charities.
Vets remain divided on the use of cannabis dog treats, but many pet owners stand by them.
Health officials urged Vancouver city council to push the boundaries and provide a safe supply of opioids to addicts to help curb the opioid crisis.
The woman who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in an attack at the Caprice Nightclub has been sentenced to two years in jail, plus three years of probation. Samantha Nadine Doolan will also have to pay a $200 victim surcharge.
Vancouver is adding one more protected bike lane to the Cambie Bridge at the expense of a car lane.
The first two seasons of the popular Hallmark drama production were filmed in Qualicum Beach, Parksville and Nanaimo.
The International Olympic Committee wants bidding cities like Calgary to aim for a more sustainable Olympics, by re-using existing facilities and spending less on the games.
B.C. Premier John Horgan sought to smooth over political divides during his time at the Natural Resources Forum in Prince George Wednesday, promising to "bring together" urban and rural communities, as well as First Nations.audio
New data shows nine of the top 10 donations to Vancouver's ruling municipal party were from the real estate industry, prompting some critics to raise conflict of interest concerns.
Documents obtained by the B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPA) show that the RCMP spent more than $1 million on Project Souvenir, an undercover investigation into the B.C. couple accused of plotting to detonate bombs on the lawns of the legislature on Canada day in 2013.
Victoria police say they're seeing an uptick in hoax phone calls in which a scammer, pretending to be from the Canada Revenue Agency, accuses their target of tax fraud and demands they pay a fine — sometimes in bitcoin.
The estimate is three months further behind from the company's last estimate in December, and now potentially puts the $7.4-billion project in service by December 2020, depending on regulatory, permit and legal approvals.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled that the practice of indefinite solitary confinement in Canadian prisons is unconstitutional.
Burnaby RCMP say a teenage girl is is dead after being struck by a vehicle in the 7200-block of Cariboo Road early this morning.
A new exhibition in Victoria aims to increase awareness of the history and stories of transgender people through images, art and ephemeral objects.
A 32-year-old man from Nelson, B.C., was killed in a crash on Highway 97 Tuesday, the second fatal collision in the North Okanagan in one day.
A new outdoor school program will open in Salmon Arm in September, allowing elementary students to spend part of each day outside.
Oscar Arfmann to stand trial for the first-degree murder of Const. John Davidson in January of next year.
A Valentine’s Day byelection has been scheduled to replace Christy Clark as MLA for Kelowna West.
People who live on the B.C. coast and Vancouver Island will soon have access to much faster internet.
Prince Rupert, B.C., is now the first community in Canada to have an RCMP-led Safe Place program, created to support anyone experiencing anti-LGBTQ hate crimes or discrimination.
According to traditional knowledge, the lands, known as Smu’q wa ala, were a place of safety and refuge more than 9,000 years ago.
Advocates for Downtown Eastside social housing say that Vancouver Mayor Gregor Roberson has reneged on a promise for 100 per cent welfare-rate accommodations at a proposed downtown development.
Italian-Canadian, Chinese-Canadian, Irish-Canadian and all other hyphenated identities is at the heart of a new research project about Canadian identity and the future of multiculturalism.
Alfred Wong, the 15-year-old innocent bystander who was killed in an exchange of gunfire, was a kind, polite and hard-working young man, according to his swim coach.
Just how many last chances can an accused killer get? That's the question at the heart of an unusual set of proceedings which kicked off this week in the B.C. Court of Appeal. At stake: the future of the pair accused of masterminding the slaying of Jaswinder (Jassi) Sidhu.
Two officers in their vehicle were approached by an agitated man just after 2 a.m Monday on Granville Street near Helmcken.
Canada's biggest lenders have raised their prime lending rates on the same day that the country's central bank moved its benchmark interest rate 25 points higher.
The 25-year-old artist is Richmond’s new artist-in-residence and will have the keys to the heritage Richmond Branscombe House for the next 11 months, as she explores issues of housing and community through art.
B.C. Civil Liberties complaint alleges RCMP told people to delete video of arrest of man who died in custody
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association is alleging RCMP in Prince George, B.C., told witnesses to delete video footage of the arrest of a man who later died in police custody.
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