A B.C. man's lawsuit against Facebook – in which he is claiming $50 million in damages because the social media giant did not take down an "imposter page" – will be allowed to proceed, according to a court ruling.
An Ontario politician says his sister was one of the hospital workers assaulted by a patient in Kamloops, B.C., Saturday evening.
Two people are dead after a collision in Langley Saturday, the RCMP have confirmed.
Homicide investigators have publicly shared the identity of the man shot and killed on Highway 1 in Burnaby Saturday afternoon, in hopes of hearing from additional witnesses.
Two bodies have been found inside a burning vehicle outside Summerland, B.C.
Heavily armed Mounties responded to a home in Cumberland, B.C. Sunday morning for what they described as an "ongoing police incident at a residence."
Canada's Evan Dunfee says he drew on the support of his loved ones to propel him to a Commonwealth Games gold medal.
Nobody can fill the shoes of Hollywood star Tom Hanks, of that actress Kelly McCormack is certain. Yet on the new TV series "A League of Their Own," the Vancouver native was assigned a task nearly as stressful as emulating Hanks: saying one of his most iconic catchphrases.
Just seven games into his first season as a CFL starter, B.C. Lions star Nathan Rourke is already breaking his own records.
While the peak of the Perseids meteor shower, one of the brightest of the year, may be next week, now may be the best time to see the astronomical event, according to The Weather Network.
An evacuation order remains in effect in Olalla, a community just north of Keremeos, B.C., as a wildfire classified as 'out of control' continues to grow, impacting nearby residents.
A body found three months ago has been identified as Tatyanna Harrison, a 20-year-old Indigenous woman missing from Vancouver.
A B.C. teacher has been suspended for 15 years for having "inappropriate" relationships with two students they hired to work for them after graduation.
Hot temperatures and high humidity are returning to the Lower Mainland this weekend, and officials around the region are reminding people of the resources available to help them stay cool.
Organizers of the Abbotsford Airshow are apologizing to fans who waited hours to get into the event Friday afternoon.
One man has died and another is injured after a shooting in Metro Vancouver Saturday.
The B.C. Supreme Court has rejected an unusual constitutional challenge that sought to invalidate the law that governs the assessment of property values in the province.
A U.S.-based pet food company is recalling a raw, frozen dog food product that was sold in B.C. because of possible Listeria contamination.
The mother of Amanda Todd hopes her daughter's case brings increased awareness of the devastating impacts of "sextortion," as a jury in the trial of a Dutch man accused of blackmailing the British Columbia teenager begins its first full day of deliberations.
The Vancouver Whitecaps' road to the playoffs continues to be a bumpy ride.
A West Vancouver chocolate shop owner is warning other businesses after a man was caught on surveillance video stealing a tip bowl off the counter last Friday.
A B.C. nurse’s registration has been suspended over “practice issues” that included not responding to a call bell from a resident who later died in hospital.
Mounties in North Vancouver say they have arrested an 82-year-old man for sexual assaults he allegedly committed while working as an elementary school teacher more than 40 years ago.
One year after Vancouver city council voted to rename Trutch Street, a vigilante has taken the matter in their own hands.
A psychologist estimates millions more Canadians have hoarding disorder than have been diagnosed. Here's his advice on how to recognize it and what to do.
A B.C. resident will get back the $5,000 they accidentally e-transferred to someone else instead of moving the money to one of their own accounts.
A Burnaby, B.C., man's identity was stolen and is now being used in fake rental ads on Craigslist, Mounties said in a warning to tenants.
A man was arrested in West Vancouver this week after an 80-year-old was nearly scammed out of thousands of dollars.
Vancouver's housing market has, according to the local real estate board, entered a "new cycle marked by quieter home buyer demand."
For $17.8 million, the future buyer of a lot in one of Vancouver's priciest neighbourhoods would get property, plans and permits, but would have to cover the costs of tearing down the existing home.
A Realtor in B.C. has been suspended after he was caught on camera drinking milk straight out of the carton in a home he was showing.
A meteorologist in Chicago had a priceless reaction on live air when he realized his television was a touch screen.
An Amber Alert was issued for two-year-old Holdan Keewatin Sunday afternoon, after the Regina Police Service asked for public assistance in the search for the child.
The rapid growth of a long-burning forest fire in central Newfoundland has triggered a state of emergency in the area and the expansion of an outdoor fire ban to the entire province.
Montreal's Pride Parade has been cancelled due to a lack of volunteers able to guarantee a secure event.
A ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants took effect late Sunday in a bid to end nearly three days of violence that killed dozens of Palestinians and disrupted the lives of hundreds of thousands of Israelis.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Sunday that if Russia proceeded with referendums in occupied areas of his country on joining Russia, there could be no talks with Ukraine or its international allies.