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Police believe the suspects charged with one count each of theft are linked to several more similar crimes in Vancouver.
The BC Goverment Service Employees' Union, which represents some of LifeLabs' front-line workers, have served 72-hour strike notice.
RCMP in Chilliwack, B.C., are continuing to investigate following reports that a small plane may have gone down in the area Tuesday night.
Wind warnings have been issued for Vancouver Island as the remnants of Typhoon Namtheun barrel down on the region.
Victoria police have confirmed that a string of fires were deliberately set on Tuesday.
West Shore RCMP say a man has been arrested and a slew if items have been seized after police executed a search warrant a Langford home earlier this month.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
A Metro Vancouver man says it’s a miracle he’s alive after becoming the innocent victim of a shooting earlier this year.
A Metro Vancouver woman is looking for answers following the untimely death of her dog aboard a flight last summer.
The number of young children catching COVID-19 in British Columbia has decreased significantly since the end of September, according to new data released Tuesday.
Three weeks after B.C.’s provincial health officer promised to give a complete accounting of people in hospital due to COVID-19, Dr. Bonnie Henry is apologizing and now offering a vague description of what officials will provide instead.
A group of quick-thinking young men were forced to get creative by using their turbans as a makeshift rope to help rescue a pair of hikers in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.