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Police were called to a Vancouver neighbourhood for reports of a cougar sighting in the area. What they found was something else.
The two people whose remains were found after a fire destroyed a building in Vancouver's Gastown have been officially identified.
Amid growing tensions with family doctors and frustration from the public, the premier met with physicians ahead of a "wear your colours" rally they're organizing on the government's doorstep.
Tens of thousands of BC Hydro customers across Vancouver Island were without power Wednesday morning as Environment Canada forecasted wind gusts over 100 km/h.
No children were injured following a collision between a school bus and car in the Comox Valley on Wednesday morning.
A family has safely escaped an evening house fire in central Nanaimo, but their home is badly damaged.
With limited access to second boosters at home, a growing number of British Columbians have been considering a trip into Washington state for a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
A British Columbia sex offenders who posed as a modelling agent, using "auditions" as a way to lure victims even after being charged, lost an appeal to change his sentence this month.
Those visiting Vancouver's parks will be permitted to consume alcohol in select green spaces again this year as the city's park board unanimously approved another pilot project Monday night.
Multiple travellers seeking refunds for trips cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic recently had their complaints dismissed by a B.C. tribunal.
A Vancouver dad whose son is on the autism spectrum took to social media to share how painful it was to see only one classmate at his birthday party. Now, he's receiving a flood of support that he hopes marks the start of an important conversation.
The B.C. SPCA has rescued dozens of cats and kittens from a Surrey home where they were allegedly subjected to “extremely unsanitary” conditions.