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Paul Bennett, a nurse and hockey coach, was gunned down outside his home on June 23.
A boy and two adults can be seen climbing through a hole in a fence surrounding a family business.
The most recent incident occurred Sunday, but police say there may be more that haven't been reported.
Signs have been installed warning park-goers that the water is not suitable for swimming.
Don't hold your breath waiting for ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft to launch in B.C.
An alarming new video is offering a glimpse of the dangers firefighters are facing outside Peachland.
Mike Hopcraft denies he caused a python distress by performing a procedure without painkillers.
According to the Ministry of Health, a police investigation is now focused on a facility on Hillside Avenue that deals with seniors and those who need critical care.
An assessment from an international expert says the project is plagued by quality problems.
An RCMP dive team found the 19-year-old Surrey man's body about 100 metres from shore.
They told the woman they were going to take her into custody for not following their orders and giving them money.
Kinder Morgan protesters at Camp Cloud have been given until Saturday morning to clear out.
Representatives of the Chilliwack Creep Catchers told CTV News they made a deal with a young target to not post a video of his 'catch' in exchange for a donation to a Chilliwack charity.
Two employees of a Toronto-area Tim Hortons were attacked by a woman who climbed through the restaurant’s drive-thru window, police say.
Police have followed up on more than 200 tips, but still haven't found the 13-year-old's killer.
The 31-year-old 'Glee' star was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room on July 13, 2013.
Tugger was just eight weeks old when he disappeared from John Van Eslwyk and Sindy Cooper's yard.
A victim said they received a call from a person demanding money for the safe return of their partner.
The B.C. government says the regulations for strata corporations will be changed as of Nov. 30.
The province's current focus on harm reduction has those who work in long-term recovery feeling marginalized, the BCCSU says.