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The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is probing a stabbing in Surrey Thursday night.
A retired Lake Country man has an extra half-million dollars in his bank account after a recent lottery win.
It's fair season, and for more adventurous eaters, that means it's time for unique eats. Here's a look at some of the options at this year's PNE Fair.
Chris Schwede was found dead Thursday morning in his tent on Victoria's Pandora Avenue. Inside his tent was a blue-tinted form of crack cocaine that first appeared in the city on Wednesday, according to local outreach services.
B.C. company Harbour Air says it has completed its first point-to-point test flight with its electric seaplane, nicknamed the "e-Beaver."
A 20-year-old man was airlifted to hospital Tuesday after he suffered serious injuries while cliff jumping at Comox Lake, near Cumberland, B.C. Firefighters and paramedics were called to a spot known as Devil's Ladder, a 30-metre rock face that has long attracted adventure-seekers.
Search and rescue crews carried a dog with injured paws to safety on the North Shore Mountains this week, prompting a warning to other hikers with pets.
Some tenants displaced by a fire at a Burnaby apartment building say they’ve now been victimized by thieves as well.
Some of the world’s best and brightest in the world of physics gathered in Vancouver this week to discuss one of science’s greatest mysteries – the theory of quantum gravity.
An unprecedented cold and flu season coupled with supply chain issues is leading to a shortage of liquid Advil and Tylenol for kids across British Columbia.
In a matter of days, B.C. consumers could begin to see empty shelves at liquor and cannabis stores.
A Vancouver man has been ordered to pay $29,000 in restitution to two couples from whom he obtained the money under false pretences, according to B.C.'s financial markets regulator.