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Another mudslide has been reported on the B.C. highway where several people died late last month.
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear arguments about the fairness of B.C. proceedings that led to guilty findings for two men in the first-degree murders of six people.
Several major highways have been recently closed or been closed for weeks due to a "parade" of severe storms passing over southern B.C. Here's what drivers need to know on Dec. 2.
Victoria’s Centennial Square is a hub of activity as workers create what will be a dazzling light display for tens of thousands of Victorians to enjoy in time for Christmas.
More than 200 mill workers in Powell River, B.C., are out of a job Wednesday after Paper Excellence announced the indefinite end of operations at its Catalyst Paper tiskwat mill.
If turkey is on the menu for Christmas Day this year, you may have heard the news that Canada's turkey stocks are at a 30-year low. That has many rushing out to secure that perfect bird now, but on Vancouver Island, you're not going to have to worry.
Traffic slowed on the Sea-to-Sky Highway after RCMP say about 100 dead turkeys spilled onto the road.
Vancouver residents are being reminded that several bylaws take effect on Jan. 1 that could impact the way they buy a cup of coffee or carry their groceries home from the market.
An American man has been arrested following the alleged luring of a Canadian teenager.
A ski resort in B.C.'s Interior is apologizing for comments one of its executives made to local media about the impact of essential travel restrictions for Highway 3 on the tourism industry as the province attempts to recover from devastating floods.
Mounties in the town of Osoyoos in the Okanagan Valley are asking for the public’s help in locating several pieces of stolen art.
A Western Australian man has been charged after an international police investigation, which started in Canada, resulted in the seizure of several kilograms of methamphetamine hidden inside a painting.