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Residents of a subsidized housing complex south of Vancouver are wondering how the situation got to be so bad.
The Abbotsford police officer who was accused of taking money from a suspect's home last year will not face charges, the B.C. Prosecution Service announced Wednesday.
As of Wednesday only 6.5 per cent of eligible voters have returned their ballots on election reform.
The B.C. government is banning commercial trucks from using the far left lanes on part of the Coquihalla Highway in an attempt to reduce the impact of spin-outs during the icy winter months.
In September, 128 people died from a suspected overdose in B.C. – an increase of 38 per cent from the same month last year.
The collision occurred at about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 700-block of 176 Street, Mounties said.
Jagvir Malhi was shot multiple times near his parents' home in Abbotsford Monday afternoon.
About a year after the Sedin twins took to the ice for their final game, Daniel and Henrik will be honoured for their 18-year careers with the Vancouver Canucks.
BC Hydro crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers in Surrey following a collision Wednesday morning.
Former general manager of public safety Terry Waterhouse has been appointed as general manager of policing transition.
Using a header to score can be a game-winning play in soccer – but new research suggests it also poses a potential risk to players.
The woman, a waitress from southern Vancouver Island, alleges she was drugged, brought to CFB Esquimalt and sexually assaulted.
Gripped by disappointment after Calgary's 2026 plans were seemingly snuffed after a plebiscite, Canadian Olympic Committee president Tricia Smith remains hopeful that the country will still host the Games in the future.
Nicola Valley Search and Rescue says more than $8,000 worth of equipment is missing after break-ins on Friday and Saturday.
A local developer is celebrating his 50th birthday by committing $50 million to help B.C. students.
A motion to reverse the previous council's mass rezoning of single-family homes appears to have the votes to pass at city council.
Almost four years after Lisa Batstone's daughter was found dead in the trunk of her car, the Surrey mom's second-degree murder trial began Tuesday in B.C. Supreme Court.
The victims told police they were using an ATM in downtown Salmon Arm Monday when they were approached by a man in a mask holding a knife.