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A Vancouver resident has lost his bid to get the assessed value of his condo increased because of the number of parking spaces associated with it.
A suspect in a disturbing machete attack in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside disappeared "immediately" after being granted bail, according to police.
A new cannabis retail license introduced in British Columbia is aimed at improving the quality of products in the legal market, plus supporting Indigenous and rural producers.
One of two African servals that was still at large on Vancouver Island on Friday has been located, according to its owner. "She got up and literally trotted into the crate," said the cat's owner. "I shut the door and melted in a blubbery pool of tears."
The office that investigates incidents involving police officers in B.C. has been called to the Comox Valley after efforts to arrest a man Wednesday ended with him in hospital.
Firefighters in Port Alberni, B.C., are pleading with the public to avoid lighting fires in local forests and parks after the department responded to a dozen brushfires over the past two weeks. One of the latest fires was sparked Thursday night near the Echo Aquatic and Fitness Centre in the heart of the city.
There's a new way for travellers to skip the sometimes-lengthy security lineups at Vancouver International Airport.
A dispute among neighbours that devolved into daily drive-by insults and accusations that a bag of dog feces was deliberately left in one person's car was adjudicated by B.C.'s small claims tribunal this week.
The Invasive Species Council of B.C. is asking the public to report sightings of a 'highly toxic' plant that can leave people's skin blistered and burned – something one family recently learned the hard way.
Upwards of 50 campers and trailers were parked in Vancouver's Spanish Banks Beach Park overnight.
B.C.'s sunny, dry weather is leading to major drought conditions in parts of the province, causing devastating impacts for some wildlife.
More information is coming to light about a man found dead in a rooming house in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside -- in the same suite where the bodies of missing teen Noelle O’Soup and another woman were found months later.