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Saanich police set up a command centre Wednesday morning at the scene of Tuesday’s deadly shootout following a bank robbery.
Police are investigating a fatal crash between a semi-truck and a cyclist in downtown Vancouver.
Recent heavy rains across British Columbia's central and southern Interior are swelling river levels in many areas, prompting a renewed flood watch and more high streamflow advisories.
Police in Saanich, B.C., kept an area near a bank evacuated overnight as they continue to investigate a possible explosive device linked to a deadly gunfight with two suspected bank robbers.
Two northern Vancouver Island photographers captured some stunning images of a passing lightning storm this week.
Police say they have started to clear a protest camp on Vancouver Island that's blocking access to a forestry operation in the Fairy Creek Watershed area Wednesday.
What will Vancouver look like three decades from now? A just-released city plan shows what's in store for the city as it continues to grow "in an intentional way."
A B.C. homeowner has won a battle against his strata's hot tub ban – but he might not win the war.
A buyer able to afford a multimillion-dollar purchase and an annual property tax of about $96,000 could find themselves the new owner of a mansion for sale in Vancouver.
It's a mystery that remains unsolved nearly three decades later: what exactly happened to Roxanne Thiara?
A British Columbia man who was seen by witnesses and caught on camera trying to light a fire in a forest during a particularly devastating wildfire season has been released from jail following sentencing.
The Sturrock brothers describe their cat Tigger – a two-year-old Bengal – as a "ferocious beast" who stares down and scares off even the largest neighbourhood dogs. But last week, the fearless feline took things to a whole new level.