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The City of Abbotsford is lifting evacuation orders for about 400 properties in the south area of Sumas Prairie.
B.C.'s ombudsperson is recommending several changes to the way municipalities use tax sales to collect outstanding property taxes after determining that the City of Penticton had unfairly sold a vulnerable resident's home.
A report released by B.C.'s seniors advocate into the abuse and neglect of seniors found a significant increase in reports over the past five years.
Mounties in Nanaimo are appealing to the public for information after multiple gunshots rang out in a residential neighbourhood early Wednesday morning.
Kaydence Bourque, 16, was crossing the street in a marked crosswalk at the intersection of Cedar Hill Cross Road and Merriman Drive around 9:45 p.m. when he was hit by a driver.
Four residents were forced from their homes Wednesday by an overnight fire in Vic West.
While Google Street View is a handy tool that allows users to virtually explore streets and landmarks, it can also capture some pretty unusual sights.
Extreme damage to public washrooms in Surrey, B.C., parks is under investigation and Mounties say they believe the vandalism may be connected to a social media trend.
The devastation from the recent floods in Abbotsford inspired one Sumas Mountain resident to use her artistic skills for a good cause.
Metro Vancouver Transit Police are searching for a suspect after a disturbing attack on a SkyTrain last month in Vancouver that sent an elderly woman to hospital.
A number of past patients at a Vancouver hospital are learning they were treated by a woman accused of fraudulently posing as a nurse.
A class action suit against the federal government can go ahead, despite Ottawa's claims that the right to fish "does not exist," a B.C. judge has ruled.