A Vancouver Islander who beat a quadriplegic man with a shovel while the victim’s daughter played in the next room has been sentenced to 2.5 more years in prison and ordered to pay $50,000 in restitution. More
The parents of a young Vancouver woman killed during a night out on Granville Street last year say they’re disappointed they’re still waiting for the woman responsible to be sentenced.
The province says the drug Soliris — which may be able to save a 23-year-old B.C. woman — will now go to a review committee for expensive drugs for rare diseases.
Study suggests competition with other marine mammals for the same food may be a bigger problem than fishing, at least in recent years, for resident killer whales.
Surrey RCMP used video surveillance over several months to track the two suspects.
An alumna and a current student have both filed complaints against the university with B.C.'s human right tribunal.
The suspect, who posed as a bank employee, claims she was trying to catch a dishonest clerk.
Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and the North Shore — with upwards of 150 millimetres of rain expected.
journalist and addictions expert Johann Hari says the current opioid crisis in B.C. and the housing crunch we see in Vancouver are more related than you think.audio
A 70-year-old serial fraudster who fell from grace after winning her fight to preserve the right to faster parole for non-violent criminals, is back in custody.
Lawrence Alvin Sharpe and his girlfriend Oldouz Pournouruz have been charged in the death of 22-year-old Michael Page-Vincelli.
Grand Forks city council has offered support to a preliminary plan for a year-round, permanent homeless shelter — a first for B.C.'s Boundary region.
The names of more than 370 transgender people who were killed in the last year will be read aloud in Vancouver as part of the International Transgender Day of Remembrance.audio
Dr. Shane Barclay has been recruited to work as the new medical director of the Sun Peaks Health Centre. He had been working as a doctor on Vancouver Island and most recently lived in Kamloops.
A Okanagan man netted $1,100 in fines after catching 15 trout on a lake with a two-fish limit.
Travis Green pulled Brock Boeser aside at the Vancouver Canucks' development camp in early July for a frank and honest discussion. During the course of that talk, the first-year head coach explained in no uncertain terms what the rookie winger needed to work on in order to have a chance of sticking in the NHL this season.
45,000 people in the Comox Valley will have to boil their water until Friday, after heavy rain sent silt and other contaminants into Comox Lake and the Puntledge River.
An active pattern of heavy rain and milder temperatures is expected to push into the South Coast on Tuesday, bringing a heightened risk for flooding and avalanches
TransLink says previous rounds of feedback showed that nearly two-thirds of respondents want the current zone-based fare system to be re-jigged into one that would price fares according to distance travelled.
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
Margo Wagner plans on working with the provincial government to start allowing companies to salvage wood damaged during this summer's wildfires.
A fire that engulfed a party bus in downtown Vancouver over the weekend has been deemed “accidental” by fire officials, but the cause remains unclear.
'I will now live in consistent fear': Mother of slain children worried about potential Schoenborn outings
The mother of three children killed by Allan Schoenborn is speaking out about his potential release for outings in Coquitlam B.C. — not far from her own home
The United Nations calls the humanitarian crisis and flight of the Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar a matter of 'ethnic cleansing', but Yasmine Ullah says it's genocide.audio
Charles Gauthier, president and CEO of the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association, says that modular housing in the downtown core could work for both businesses and those looking for shelter.audio
Over 70 elementary school kids sign petition telling Prince George, B.C., mayor why they want a new skate park
A nine-year-old Prince George boy is getting politically active, collecting signatures and delivering a request for a new neighbourhood skate park to city hall.
TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline won approval Monday from regulators in Nebraska, but state regulators did not OK the company's preferred route.
Thousands of police officers in uniform filled the Abbotsford Centre to capacity to honour Constable John Davidson on Nov. 19, 2017.
Candidates vying to replace Christy Clark as the leader of the B.C. Liberal Party turned their attention to Vancouver Island issues yesterday.
The organization known for its short, powerful talks released a statement addressing allegations in a Washington Post story that five women were sexually harassed or groped during its main conference in Vancouver in April.
Stormy conditions and downed power lines forced the closure of several arteries in B.C. overnight, but now both the Coquihalla and Highway 99 between Whistler and Pemberton have reopened.
A 70-year-old Prince Rupert, B.C., man was killed after being hit when he got out of his car to pick up debris in 'darkness and a torrential downpour,' said RCMP.
Partnerships between non-profit housing providers, developers and municipalities was the focus of an affordable housing conference that kicked off in Vancouver on Sunday.
The Greater Victoria Placemaking Network wants pedestrians, cyclists and mobility scooters — not cars — to be the priority on Dallas Road.
Metro Vancouver says the Weir Canada Inc. plant is a state-of-the-art facility that will emit fewer pollutants than a single wood-burning fireplace.
Environment Canada says around 25 millimetres of rain fell in downtown Vancouver during a three hour span on Sunday.video
Vancouver city staff intentionally dragged their feet for years on an application to demolish a century-old Shaughnessy mansion, waiting for council to approve a heritage protection bylaw, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has found.
The Vancouver Park Board has hired a reconciliation planner, after approving the new position in the board’s 2018 budget.audio
A woman was hurt when she was caught in a moving SkyTrain while running alongside it at Main Street Station at approximately 1:15 a.m. PT Monday morning.
When the federal government announced it would legalize marijuana, it left it up to the provinces to licence the product and oversee its distribution and sale. Here's a look at what the provinces and territories are planning.
Those struggling to keep a roof over their heads — whether looking to ease the burden of monthly rent payments or in desperate need of help to get off the streets — will find out later this week how the Liberal government hopes to deal with Canada's ever-present shortage of affordable housing.
In her upcoming album Sun Songs, composer and bassist Jodi Proznick combines the dualities of life and death, beauty and pain.audio
Battle rap and political correctness don’t typically mix, but that’s exactly the point of Bodied, a film written by Canadian author and rapper Alex Larsen, better known to some as Kid Twist.audio
'Canada does not engage in death squads,' while allies actively hunt down their own foreign fighters
Countries like the U.S., U.K., France, and Australia have adopted a policy of killing their citizens who have gone to Syria and Iraq to join ISIS. But Canadians who join the militant group have so far had little to fear from their own government, either at home or abroad.
Kevin Callan says winter camping allows people to explore the great outdoors while no one else is out there.audio
Thousands of people attended a celebration of life to commemorate fallen police Const. John Davidson in Abbotsford following a procession that began earlier in the day.video
Once purchased or mined, cryptocurrency lives in the individual's digital wallet and can be used to purchase items online or at local stores that accept the currency.
The days are darker and temperatures lower, making it a great time to start thinking about cooking comfort and party food as the holiday season approaches.video
Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services is taking over responsibility for Métis children and family services in the Kamloops area.
Since Reena Virk’s death, her family have campaigned for anti-bullying programs and shared her story in schools across the country. Her father said he hopes his daughter’s legacy will continue reach teenagers.audio
Apu, the Simpsons’ character who owns the famed Kwik-E-Mart, is the focus of a documentary by Indian-American comedian Hari Kondabolu, which premiers Sunday.audio
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