'It's still a lot of hurting': Survivors of former North Vancouver residential school return to the site
Survivors of a former North Vancouver residential school were among hundreds who gathered at the site for a pilgrimage Friday.
The Musqueam Indian Band has gifted a replacement name for Trutch Street to the City of Vancouver, more than a decade after members first called for a change.
The City of White Rock marked the second ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday by raising the flag of the Semiahmoo First Nation at city hall.
Elsa Schmidt, an 82-year-old grandmother from Surrey, says her landlord has told her she has too much furniture – and even that she's not allowed to bake.
Some stations in Vancouver were advertising a litre of regular for 241.9 cents on Friday, the second consecutive day that the region has set an all-time record.
Money wasn't the only thing James Naabye gained after winning $500,000 in a recent Lotto Max draw. The Squamish, B.C., resident told lottery officials he also has a newfound 'sense of peace' thanks to the unexpected financial cushion.
Rogers Communications says a BC Assessment error forced it to pay $2.2 million more in property taxes on its fibre-optic cables than it should have, but a judge has dismissed its petition to fix the problem.
The 2022 wildfire season is not yet over, but it's been winding down, according to the B.C. Wildfire Service's final status update of the year.
Several events are taking place in Vancouver for those who have the day off to reflect on the past and focus on a path towards reconciliation.
Vancouver is the only major Canadian city without a ward system, but that may not be the case for long after two of the leading mayoral candidates advocated for a change.
At a time when more shops are dealing with broken windows in Vancouver, a group representing business improvement associations across B.C. is calling on the province to do more to help.
Two "N" drivers were handed $483 tickets after they were caught going more than double the speed limit in Langley last weekend – behaviour authorities said "will not be tolerated" in the city.
A settlement has been reached in a human rights complaint filed by an Indigenous man and his granddaughter who were handcuffed by police during a 2019 incident at a Vancouver bank.
Dozens more British Columbians died from toxic substances in August, the province's latest overdose data shows, bringing the total number of deaths reported in the first eight months of the year close to a record.
For the third day in a row, new record high temperatures were set across B.C. Tuesday.
Reconciliation and Reconnecting: The Path Forward - A CTV News National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Special.