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A homicide investigation has been launched in Vancouver’s Chinatown neighbourhood, where a man was found dead Monday.
The week is off to a wet start on B.C.’s South Coast, with a rainfall warning in effect for Howe Sound and Squamish.
The British Columbia Real Estate Association says the chill across the province's property sector will drag on through this year, but it calls for a strong rebound in 2024.
A cyclist was taken to hospital with unknown injuries Monday after a collision with a vehicle in downtown Victoria.
While Vancouver Island may seem far removed from the brightest lights and biggest stages of professional wrestling, it doesn't mean there isn't some smack being laid down on the West Coast.
British Columbia's economy will be a key focus for politicians as they return to the legislature for the spring sitting.
The jury in the coroner's inquest into the death of Vancouver police Const. Nicole Chan finished its deliberations Wednesday afternoon.
A B.C. man who stabbed his wife in the back was acquitted of aggravated assault after a judge found he was likely to have been "effectively asleep" at the time.
Vancouver’s only nude beach could see more RCMP police patrols this summer, according to a staff report.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says January home sales were more than halved from the year before and down 21 per cent from December.
A new payment model for family doctors in B.C. kicked in Tuesday, but many are still hesitant.
An 2SLGBTQ+ advocate believes hateful online rhetoric is fuelling a rise in real world harassment against members of the queer community – and says a recent homophobic tirade caught on video in downtown Vancouver is only the latest example.