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Regena Cameron remembers the shock of seeing cousin Jeanette in a B.C. hospital three years ago, after she was admitted in what a judge later called "an advanced state of neglect." Now, she is speaking out, hoping to prevent further suffering.
Authorities have announced charges against a B.C. RCMP officer who allegedly used his position to pursue "intimate relationships with women," both on and off duty.
Close to 100,000 kids who play soccer in B.C. could be sideline because of a power struggle off the field.
Police in Saanich, B.C., say they continue to investigate the possibility that a "third suspect" was involved in a fatal shooting at a bank that left two suspects dead and six officers injured Tuesday.
A woman who was trapped inside a bank during a robbery and fatal shootout with police near Victoria on Tuesday says there is one question still plaguing her a day later: Why didn't the gunmen just leave with the money?
A Lower Mainland animal hospital is turning to reality television to help raise funds so they can, in turn, help pet owners – including those on Vancouver Island – with costly major surgeries on animals.
A Vancouver neighbourhood waiting more than a decade for a promised pool may finally be getting what residents have been hoping for.
Many small businesses didn't survive the pandemic – but for some, COVID-19 restrictions provided an unlikely opportunity.
What will Vancouver look like three decades from now? A just-released city plan shows what's in store for the city as it continues to grow "in an intentional way."
A man who paid $85,000 for 138 bottles of wine more than a year and a half ago says he never received them, and he has lost his most recent bid to get his money back through the courts.
Janette and Michael Chapman died during the fire that devastated Lytton last year. Their grieving son is still looking for answers.
A Vancouver cyclist who was raising money for ovarian cancer research by attempting to set the Guinness World Record for the fastest woman to ride across Canada had her attempt cut short by a motorcycle accident.