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An officer who shot a man in the booking area of the Prince George RCMP detachment last year will not face criminal charges, according to B.C.'s police watchdog.
Here are five things to do in Vancouver this weekend to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
The search for Tracy Pickett, who had been missing since Tuesday, has ended tragically.
Mounties on southern Vancouver Island are warning the public after officers received multiple complaints of fraud on the online reselling platform Facebook Marketplace.
A ceremony will be held today by the Nisga'a Nation in northern British Columbia for a memorial totem that has gone to Scotland and back over the last century.
Saanich police are investigating after a student was sexually assaulted inside a washroom on the University of Victoria campus.
Selwyn Romilly, the first Black person appointed to provincial court in British Columbia, and later the B.C. Supreme Court, died on Friday. He was 83.
Among the thousands of satisfied Coldplay fans who attended the band's two Vancouver shows last weekend, a 10-year-old named Leo may have had the most memorable night of all.
The campfire ban on B.C.'s South Coast will be lifted at noon Wednesday, the Coastal Fire Centre has announced.
Tributes are pouring in for Ridge Meadows RCMP Const. Rick O'Brien, who was shot and killed while executing a warrant in Coquitlam, B.C., on Friday.
Police have launched an investigation into a poster inviting "proud parents of European children" to participate in racially segregated playtime in B.C.'s Lower Mainland.
Dozens of people gathered in downtown Vancouver Monday to protest the killing of a Sikh leader amid allegations that the Indian government played a role in the slaying.