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Three community organizations will receive a combined total of $550,000 from the federal government to raise awareness and reduce stigma about monkeypox.
A major thunderstorm hit parts of B.C.'s Interior Thursday night, even causing flash flooding in some areas.
From overall safety to getting back to work in person, a new survey is revealing how Canadians feel about returning to their city's downtown cores.
A Virginia woman is packing up her life and moving her family to Vancouver Island in response to the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
One man is dead after a fire destroyed a home Thursday in Nanaimo, B.C.
Environmental compliance officers have fined a Victoria exterior washing company $11,000 for releasing a roof de-mossing agent into a creek in Sidney, B.C., killing hundreds of fish.
A B.C. man who admitted to attacking his pet kitten so brutally the animal had to be euthanized has been sentenced to spend four months behind bars.
A B.C. performer is recovering after taking a bullet to the chest in Los Angeles last month.
A Lower Mainland destination that doesn't currently have any campsites may welcome campers in the coming years if Metro Vancouver's proposal goes through.
The corporate owner of a private island near Vancouver has successfully appealed the assessed value of the property.
Sanitation workers with the City of Vancouver continued walking East Hastings Street Wednesday, urging people to store their items in city-provided containers and eventually remove their tents and structures from the sidewalks.
It's no surprise to renters and would-be renters that it costs a lot to live in the Vancouver area, but a recent report suggests there are some spots where tenants pay a bit less.