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Kelowna Mounties say they arrested a suspect who allegedly assaulted three family members during a violent carjacking attempt this week.
Vancouver is the only major Canadian city without a ward system, but that may not be the case for long after two of the leading mayoral candidates advocated for a change.
At a time when more shops are dealing with broken windows in Vancouver, a group representing business improvement associations across B.C. is calling on the province to do more to help.
Fewer than three weeks before municipal elections, housing continues to dominate many campaigns on Vancouver Island. Ross Crockford, a journalist with Focus Magazine, says while housing is always a big issue at the municipal level, it's bigger than usual this year.
A former Victoria police reserve member has been convicted of a sexual offence involving a youth in the early 1990s. Aaron Plater has been convicted of one count of touching a young person for a sexual purpose while he was leading a youth cadet program, and his victim was a member of that program.
A large protest against the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in B.C. that was originally scheduled to take place outside the province's legislature buildings has been postponed, according to organizers. Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs were originally scheduled to lead the rally on Tuesday afternoon.
Vancouver's own Ryan Reynolds is among 10 celebrities who have earned custom badges from Scouts Canada.
A cross-border passenger train connecting Vancouver to Seattle has entered Canada for the first time in years.
An afternoon rally was held at the Vancouver Art Gallery Sunday following the death of a 22-year-old Iranian woman while in police custody.
A letter sent to B.C.'s health minister from a society of radiologists is warning the province could see a 'tsunami of cancer cases' if a delay in medical imaging isn't addressed.
A Surrey nurse has had his registration suspended for four months for performing "a religious ritual" on a client without informed consent.
B.C. residents who were in Atlantic Canada when post-tropical storm Fiona struck are now sharing their frightening experiences.