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People hoping to visit the Greater Vancouver Zoo were turned away at the gates Tuesday morning.
A former elementary school teacher convicted of several sex crimes involving minors has agreed he will never again teach in British Columbia's K-12 system.
Three B.C. men defrauded investors of $600,000 – spending more than half of the money they obtained to finance a bogus battery business to repay personal debts, pay personal bills and make a slew of cash withdrawals.
The Township of Esquimalt is looking to exit its agreement with Victoria and the Victoria Police Department, which sees the two communities sharing an amalgamated police force. Esquimalt and Victoria are currently under a 10-year agreement, which is up for renewal the end of this year. On Tuesday, Esquimalt announced it will not renew the agreement and will instead pursue a new policing model.
A heat warning has been issued for parts of Vancouver Island as temperatures are expected to soar as high as 35 C this week.
An abandoned cargo ship that once brought 76 Tamil migrants from Sri Lanka to British Columbia is being dismantled. The vessel was the first of two ships carrying Tamil asylum seekers to reach B.C.'s coastal waters more than a decade ago.
A disturbing note threatening to set fire to the tents and belongings of people sheltering along Vancouver's East Hastings Street has been taped up and handed out, triggering a police investigation.
An iconic food vendor at the Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver won't be returning this summer after its application was rejected.
Weeks after her daughter was viciously killed, Jana Jorgenson is hoping to raise awareness for women facing abuse.
If the plan to replace the aging four-lane bridge connecting two growing Metro Vancouver cities is to add two more lanes to the crossing, why is the province only planning to open four of the new lanes?
For the second time in a year, British Columbia's highest court has dismissed an appeal from a couple attempting to use bankruptcy to rid themselves of millions of dollars in penalties imposed by the province's financial markets regulator.
A B.C. personal trainer has been ordered to refund a client $990 despite her claim that she was entitled to keep the money as compensation for the time spent responding to the client's phone calls and text messages, a tribunal ruled.