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Homicide investigators have been called to a Richmond, B.C., duplex after a shooting that left four people dead.
Police in New Westminster are asking witnesses to come forward after a man was assaulted and apparently robbed outside a local SkyTrain station over the weekend.
Days after an alarming and seemingly unprovoked stabbing inside a Tim Hortons restaurant in downtown Vancouver, a suspect has been arrested and charged.
The Parole Board of Canada has extended parole privileges for Derik Lord, a Saanich, B.C., man who was found guilty of killing a friend's mother and grandmother for promised inheritance money and property.
British Columbia's Court of Appeal overturned a lower-court ruling Wednesday and extended an injunction against old-growth logging protests until September on Vancouver Island.
BC Transit has announced plans to eventually bring touchless, electronic fare collection to buses across the province.
While there are many ways we can live more sustainably, a popular option is to adjust our diet to include more plant-based foods - like oat milk.
Whether you need help from a professional or just want to read up on wellness, there are several mental health resources available in B.C.
A man in his 20s is in custody after a robbery at a branch of the Vancouver Public Library.
An initial report into an investigation at a former residential school in British Columbia suggests the remains of dozens of people may be buried at the site.
A B.C. real estate agent who forged the signature of her mother's deceased boyfriend as part of a 2016 condo deal has been handed a three-month licence suspension.
Now that B.C. health officials have dramatically limited who can be tested for COVID-19, wastewater surveillance has become the most important indicator of how many people are infected with the virus.