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At least one family is homeless following a house fire that spread to a neighbouring home in Surrey Friday afternoon.
A dozen climate activists were arrested for blocking the Burrard Bridge in Vancouver Saturday afternoon.
So far this wildfire season, about 400,000 hectares have burned, and without rain in the forecast, that total looks likely to grow.
B.C.'s Capital Regional District is asking residents and visitors alike to reduce water use in the Southern Gulf Islands amid the serious drought conditions currently parching the province.
Police in B.C.'s capital are investigating a stabbing that closed a downtown street for a few hours Saturday morning.
Stephen is the sort of bus driver who strives to say “welcome” to all his passengers, which has earned kudos from more than a few.
An ancient fish caught in B.C.'s Fraser River recently is being described as an 'extremely rare' catch.
Police in Vancouver are hoping to return more than two dozen stolen bikes to their owners, which together value about $45,000.
Police in Richmond are asking the public for help identifying a man suspected of a series of robberies that happened in the city last week.
A pair of Americans tried to bring a lengthy and somewhat strange list of undeclared items into Canada, border officials say.
A luxury real estate company says a Vancouver mansion is the most expensive home ever sold in the region, but representatives won't say what the buyer paid for it.
From the outside, Cranbrook’s Joseph Creek Care Village appears to be a well-maintained facility. But inside, pictures seem to show a place in need of repairs and paint, with damaged and stained furniture. More concerning than that, for resident Dianna Green, are the staffing shortages.