There has been a "steady decline" in random stranger assaults in Vancouver since 2021, according to an analysis of crime data that was quietly published by police, and which challenges the perception that the attacks have been a mounting public safety issue.
Authorities are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect who allegedly flashed workers at a Nanaimo, B.C., fitness centre after he was refused entry.
Since breaking her hip two years ago, 77-year-old Sharon Spruston has found it more difficult to get around.
A B.C. couple who claimed a truckload of firewood they paid $3,800 for turned out to be "unusable" has been awarded a refund at the province's small claims tribunal.
A cat named Mucky has been reunited with his Vancouver Island family after being missing since May.
The carbon tax – and a private note that fell into the wrong hands – dominated Question Period in the B.C. legislature Thursday.