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Mounties are asking the public to help find a man who went missing in Burnaby Tuesday evening.
Someone is $24 million richer after buying a winning lottery ticket in Aldergrove, B.C., and their identity will soon be revealed.
Vancouver’s Nordstrom location has been temporarily closed and boarded up with plywood, out of what the U.S. company is calling "an abundance of caution."
Mounties in Coquitlam say a 36-year-old man who was reported missing from a B.C. forensic psychiatric hospital has been found.
An update on how many new test-positive cases of COVID-19 were recorded over the past 24 hours is coming from B.C.'s health ministry Wednesday.
RCMP say they're looking for a 19-year-old man charged with kidnapping and assault who is suspected of removing a court-ordered monitoring bracelet.
Seth Rogen has issued a challenge to his millions of Instagram fans: Get behind Black Lives Matter or follow someone else.
If parents are hoping circumstances will change and their kids will be able to go back to class full time next school year, they’re probably out of luck.
The Vancouver Police Department is being accused of sidelining an investigation into one of its own — something that started when a woman came forward with a troubling story of domestic abuse.
Conservation officers in northwestern British Columbia have captured and killed a lone wolf that may have been responsible for a rare attack on a human.
After a tragic workplace accident killed a CN Rail worker in Surrey, B.C., Monday, the victim's friends and family are raising funds to support his wife and young son.
Home sales in the Greater Vancouver area continued their steep year-over-year drop last month amid confinement measures and physical distancing requirements.
Some companies are now offering deep cleaning services specifically for the coronavirus.
The day after students in B.C. returned to the classroom, the education minister provided details on safety measures in place at local schools.
Rally organizer Jacob Callender-Prasad says he was inspired to organize a demonstration after seeing video of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
A Twitter post from the Safe Surrey Coalition accusing B.C. RCMP officers of murder was "unprofessional, divisive and defamatory," according to a scathing letter from the province's top Mountie.
B.C.'s two Ikea locations are now open again for in-store shopping, the furniture chain announced Monday.
A pair of Vancouver Park Board commissioners has brought forward a motion calling on staff to study the long-term feasibility of permanently reducing automobile traffic in Stanley Park.
One student recreated da Vinci's The Last Supper using stuffed animals and plastic food and named their take on the famous painting, The Squishmallow Supper.
Warming ocean temperatures and acidification caused by climate change are threatening the survival of glass sponge reefs unique to the waters of the Pacific Northwest, a new study from researchers at the University of British Columbia has found.
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