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New information has come to light in the electrocution death of a Kent, B.C., woman and her two dogs six years ago, and it’s raising more questions from the victim’s family about what happened.
B.C.'s premier says he has a growth in his throat that will require biopsy surgery this week. John Horgan made the announcement during a last-minute news conference Thursday morning, saying he would be in surgery on Friday.
Police say they've arrested two men suspected of a sophisticated bike theft that took place in Vancouver's West End earlier this week.
At least four shipping containers that were lost from a stricken cargo ship off the B.C. coast have come ashore on Vancouver Island, the Canadian Coast Guard confirmed Thursday.
The only highway connecting Tofino and Ucluelet, B.C. with the rest of Vancouver Island will remain closed for six hours every weekday into next spring, the province has announced.
The B.C. ministry of health will release an update on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday afternoon.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
Five friends from Surrey, B.C., were presented with awards from the RCMP on Tuesday after a quick-thinking, creative rescue in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.
A West Vancouver man says he had to check his lotto ticket several times before he really believed he was $10.2 million richer.
Authorities have taken the unusual step of investigating a Halloween display after a Kelowna, B.C., home was allegedly decorated with a Confederate flag and hanging effigy.
With the COVID-19 pandemic well into its fourth wave in B.C., a survey of teachers in the province suggests nearly half don't feel safe at work.
Beware when pruning your trees, especially if you live in Surrey, B.C.. Residents of that city are facing thousands of dollars in pruning penalties, and they say it's heavy-handed.