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A high school friend of B.C. teen Amanda Todd has testified he took action when he saw what he described as a “pornographic” picture of her on Facebook in November 2011.
The long-awaited Vancouver Plan is set to go before council on Wednesday after almost four years of work – and Mayor Kennedy Stewart is adding a last-minute amendment.
Chiefs representing Indigenous communities from coast to coast have descended on Vancouver for the Assembly of First Nations General Assembly — with several resolutions on the agenda that could determine the political fate of their elected leader.
A webcam captured the horrifying moment a cyclist was struck in downtown Victoria on Tuesday.
Two Saanich, B.C., police officers remain in hospital Tuesday, including one in intensive care, a week after six officers were injured and two suspects were killed in a brazen bank robbery and gunfight near Victoria.
A Victoria family was ecstatic to learn that their lost cat, Miri, had been found about two months after she had gone missing.
A recent browse of real estate listings in Vancouver showed that several mansions in one particular area of the city are for sale.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says last month's home sales dropped by about 35 per cent since last June and 16 per cent from May 2022 as houses remained on the market longer and interest rates rose.
Someone tried to smuggle more than 50 kilograms of illicit drugs across the U.S.-Canada border, officials say.
An unexpected move to pay British Columbia’s family doctors for the extra time required to assess high-risk COVID-19 patients has a physicians’ group urging the province to recognize many others deserve more time with their primary doctor as well.
A black bear that was caught on camera chasing geese at a busy Metro Vancouver park over the weekend was killed by conservation officers.
A B.C. man's claim that he did not pay an invoice for the installation of a wall-mounted TV because he somehow suffered a head injury due to shoddy work has been dismissed by a provincial tribunal.