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From overall safety to getting back to work in person, a new survey is revealing how Canadians feel about returning to their city's downtown cores.
A B.C. condo owner who balked at $800 in smoking fines now owes his strata thousands of dollars more after the dispute went to the province’s Civil Resolution Tribunal.
A B.C. Mountie is facing a charge of driving without due care and attention after an incident in the northern part of the province.
One man is dead after a fire destroyed a home Thursday in Nanaimo, B.C.
Several Victoria restaurants that were hoping to support a local delivery service say they're out thousands of dollars since the company has failed to pay them.
Business owners on Broad Street in downtown Victoria say their business is down because of sidewalk repairs in front of their building.
A B.C. driver who hit a wall in a snowy McDonald's drive-thru won't receive the payout he requested to cover damages and personal time.
Drivers were so eager to fill up before gas prices rise again that some stations across British Columbia ran out.
Construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline at B.C.'s Coquihalla River started last week and Kate Tairyan has been watching it closely, devastated by what she says it's doing to the salmon.
Tenants' advocates are urging the B.C. government to reconsider a policy that allows landlords to cover the costs of repairs and improvements on their properties using supplemental rent hikes.
Patients and doctors alike are feeling the effects of a turbulent health-care system, where clinic closures have B.C.'s physicians weighing their options as their orphaned patients plead to be seen by a shrinking number of general practitioners.
The BC Green Party is asking the province to release a health-care watchdog's report into corporate care they believe may be creating a two-tiered system in the province.