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A dozen Canadian ministers quietly met in Vancouver last week to brainstorm better online protections for the private information of citizens.
The battery of an electric vehicle "ejected and combusted" after a crash in Richmond Tuesday afternoon, according to police.
Members of an advocacy group for drug users have gathered to celebrate the start of decriminalization in British Columbia and discuss how they will "fight back" against any efforts to seize illicit substances that meet the 2.5-gram threshold allowed under the first such policy in Canada.
Alberta's former chief medical officer of health has landed a new role in British Columbia. Dr. Deena Hinshaw was named a deputy provincial health officer for B.C. on Wednesday.
British Columbia Premier David Eby says he's optimistic about next week's meetings with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other premiers about health-care funding.
A new recycling centre designed to collect wayward plastics from the ocean has opened on northern Vancouver Island.
A crow that made the Vancouver International Airport its home for weeks has been released into the wild.
A Vancouver couple says they were scammed by a wedding photographer who used stock photos for his portfolio, delivered sub-par snaps of their big day, and then stopped taking their phone calls.
On a residential street in East Vancouver, a free library that caters to a canine crowd has become a community hub for pooches and their people.
As the B.C. government decriminalizes small amounts of hard drugs, critics note there are still not enough treatment resources for the users seeking them.
A cyclist in Chilliwack is frustrated with ICBC’s decision to find her 50 per cent at fault after a car allegedly drove over her bike in a road rage incident.
An investigation into a frightening incident where a Tesla suddenly caught fire in North Vancouver—briefly trapping the driver inside—has ruled out the car's battery as the cause, according to Transport Canada.