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Family members of those targeted with racist comments are questioning how the RCMP handled the incident.
British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating an incident in which a man fell to his death while police were present at a home in Coquitlam early Sunday morning.
It may have rained for a short stretch Saturday, but farmers will need much more than they got to salvage their fast-dying crops.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada says a grey whale that was reported caught in a fishing net in Nootka Sound last week has been freed after several days of effort.
Vancouver Island's Lauren Spencer-Smith, who wowed judges on American Idol last year, has released her first original song, called "Back to Friends."
Hotels and ferries have been fully booked this long weekend, and tourism operators in Greater Victoria have been scrambling to keep up with demand.
Police arrested 30-year-old William David Scott Jolly, of Delta, who now faces charges that include mischief, assault with a weapon and assault of a peace officer.
As the mayor of a destination city during peak tourist season, Colin Basran is sharing a message he thought he'd never have to: Stay away from Kelowna.
Police in Richmond say they are still investigating after an altercation between anti-racism protesters and a woman outside the city's courthouse on Wednesday afternoon.
British Columbia's highest court has upheld the distracted driving conviction of a man who insisted his cellphone was merely wedged between his thigh and car seat when he was stopped by police.
A B.C. man who didn't feel like cutting his grass has been fined more than $1,000 for the fire he started.
Officers are investigating an incident they say is just one of more than a dozen random assaults reported in Vancouver in the last few weeks.