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A settlement has been reached in a human rights complaint filed by an Indigenous man and his granddaughter who were handcuffed by police during a 2019 incident at a Vancouver bank.
A 54-year-old anesthesiologist from a Surrey, B.C., pain clinic has been charged with sexually assaulting a patient, and authorities are asking anyone with "additional information" to come forward.
Dozens more British Columbians died from toxic substances in August, the province's latest overdose data shows, bringing the total number of deaths reported in the first eight months of the year close to a record.
Vancouver Island will be in the spotlight in an upcoming Netflix documentary series titled "Island of the Sea Wolves." The docuseries is narrated by Canadian actor Will Arnett and focuses mostly on local animals, like the eponymous coastal sea wolves, the endangered and endemic Vancouver Island marmots, as well as black bears, bald eagles and sea otters.
Ahead of the second National Day of Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, a Vancouver Island First Nation is working to make a local bridge with a dark past more welcoming. It's known as the "Orange Bridge" to many of the locals in the Port Alberni, B.C., area.
The retail giant says it needs 100 to 150 positions filled by mid to late October, when the distribution centre is expected to open.
A local funk band says a venue in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside cancelled the booking for an upcoming show because the sidewalk outside has become part of the Hastings Street homeless encampment.
Vancouver's own Ryan Reynolds is among 10 celebrities who have earned custom badges from Scouts Canada.
A cross-border passenger train connecting Vancouver to Seattle has entered Canada for the first time in years.
Small business owners says staff shortages and vandalism aren't the only things making it hard to operate in Vancouver.
The BC Liberal Party may campaign under a new name in the next election, with members expected to vote on a potential alternative later this year.
A letter sent to B.C.'s health minister from a society of radiologists is warning the province could see a 'tsunami of cancer cases' if a delay in medical imaging isn't addressed.