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Toxic drugs killed more than six people a day, on average, last month in British Columbia, according to data from the coroner's service released Thursday.
Jon Nabbs has been running for more than 300 days in a row, inspired by Terry Fox to fundraise for cancer research by trekking across Canada.
Weekly respiratory illness data from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control was a mixed bag Thursday.
Mounties on Vancouver Island are investigating after a woman was struck and killed by a vehicle in Sooke early Thursday morning.
Former Canadian prime minister and Conservative stalwart Brian Mulroney has died at age 84. Over his impressive career, the passionate and ambitious politician, businessman, husband, father, and grandfather left an unmistakable mark on the country.
The body of a man who was 29 years old when he went missing has been found nearly three years after he got on a transit bus in New Westminster, B.C., and disappeared.
A small crowd of skiers and snowboarders looked on as someone was rescued from a chairlift in Whistler Friday, video posted to social media shows.
A jackpot-winning ticket for Friday's Lotto Max draw was sold online, BCLC says.
After an eight-plus-year hiatus, the Green Men duo made an unexpected return during the first period of the Vancouver Canucks game Saturday.
A report by the City of Vancouver's integrity commissioner ruled Mayor Ken Sim created a discriminatory work environment when he did not provide a park board commissioner and new mother with "reasonable opportunity" to attend a meeting.
The family of the woman killed in a crane tragedy at the Oakridge Park construction site this week is sharing her story.
A former Surrey lawyer has been disbarred for misappropriating client funds from his trust account, breaching undertakings and failing to adequately supervise staff.