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Canadian sports fans hoping to catch a Seattle Seahawks or Seattle Kraken game are being advised to plan their trips across the border carefully, or they could face a nasty surprise on their return to Canada.
Four people were arrested at a "die-in" that blocked a downtown Vancouver intersection Saturday afternoon.
Seventeen-year-old Addison Johnston's health began to deteriorate back in May. It started with chest pains, but progressed into serious neurological issues.
When Carey Oakes embraced her first guitar, she couldn’t have imagined how dynamic the soundtrack to her life would become.
A Victoria mother will never forget the time she took her oldest daughter to buy heroin, so the teen could smoke it in the car next to her on the way into an emergency department, desperate to get her child into treatment.
Small businesses are a major player in B.C.’s economy, including here in the Capital Region, so this month the province is highlighting the vital role the sector plays in all of our lives.
A number of infectious disease doctors in B.C. are pleading with the premier to ban fur farming permanently.
Suspicions that a train was at least partially to blame for a fire that consumed most of a B.C. village this summer have been shut down in a just-published report.
In an effort to bring the province in line with international health and safety standards for kids, the general working age in B.C. is going up to 16 from 12 starting Oct. 15.
One of the largest high schools in B.C. is now exchanging a problematic past for a new beginning.
B.C. health officials are once again warning young people about the dangers of COVID-19 after the death of a person in their 20s.
Thousands of youth across B.C. will be eligible to receive an Apple iPhone to provide them with better access to online resources and help keep them connected to friends and family.