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Vancouver couple Charissa Landicho and Mac Bradley just wanted a quick and cheap getaway, but a turbulent landing was not on their itinerary.
As British Columbians continue to face sticker shock in the produce aisle, at the cash register and the gas pump, it turns out the province is flush with cash.
Alcohol and speed were factors in a tragic collision that killed three junior hockey players in B.C.'s Lower Mainland last year, according to a coroner's report.
The province is reversing course on a controversial plan to phase out funding for children with an autism diagnosis by 2025, the premier’s office announced Friday.
First responders set up a detour on Highway 19A near Parksville, B.C. on Thursday afternoon after a trailer truck transporting a load of hydrogen peroxide rolled over onto its side.
The wreckage of a Cessna float plane has been found in Strachan Bay on British Columbia's central coast two days after it crashed, killing all three aboard.
A California resident who repeatedly crossed into British Columbia at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic without meeting Canada's PCR testing requirements has been ordered to pay thousands of dollars in fines he was issued at the border.
A combination of rewilding and reconciliation could help B.C. protect its fish and fish habitats while improving the province’s response to climate change, according to one scientist.
Two weeks after releasing a widely criticized report scrutinizing social services spending in Vancouver, the city's police department is asking to increase its annual operating budget by upwards of $38 million.
Premier David Eby's government introduced two pieces of legislation to boost housing supply Monday. While he claims the plan is bold, some say it's modest and may come with unintended consequences that could make some homes even more expensive.
B.C.'s newly announced public safety plan does not allocate funding for the Vancouver mayor's promise to hire more mental health nurses and police officers in the city, the office of the premier has confirmed.
A former Canadian Air Force member from British Columbia has been convicted of possessing child pornography a judge described as "on the outer edge of depravity" and sentenced to 18 months in jail.