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Five months after giving birth, Michele Johnston's then 17-year-old mother disappeared from Prince George, B.C.
A UBC program is working to bridge Canada’s gap in medical care for Indigenous communities after receiving $10.4 million in funding to research genome sequencing and help produce more targeted medicine.
TransLink says two West Coast Express trains have been cancelled due to an incident on the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge.
If mining companies in Canada want to do their part in reconciling with Indigenous people, they need to focus on relationships, said Chief Dr. Robert Joseph in a sold-out address.
The pilot's attempt to land in gusty crosswind conditions led to the hard landing of a float plane that seriously injured one person on British Columbia's north coast in May 2016.
Transit users who aren’t physically able to tap a Compass Card at fare gates will soon be able to use a radio-frequency identification card.
RCMP in Fort St. John, B.C. say local teenagers may have been victims of 'sextortion', in which they are being threatened with the release of 'intimate photos' of themselves, either publicly or to a third party.
Ten Safeway stores are slated for closure in B.C.'s Lower Mainland due to falling sales and changing customer demand, says owner.
Cannabis vendors have returned to Robson Square despite a police raid Sunday night that resulted in arrests and the seizure of products.
A new book looks at the history of Canadian drug prohibition, tracing how policies made decades ago relate to today’s issues.
A pedestrian was struck on Saturday on 7200 block of Cariboo Road; driver of a vehicle believed to be a black Dodge Charger failed to remain on scene, according to police.
Coquitlam RCMP said there are no 'obvious indicators of criminality,' after a train collided with a tanker truck at a Port Coquitlam rail yard Monday night.
A potential emergency exposes problems in Port Alberni's ability to communicate with citizens and outsiders.
A new bike-sharing service is coming to the Lower Mainland, with U-bicycle Canada opening a Vancouver office on Tuesday.
People in Prince Rupert, B.C. were upset to wake up and find out they'd slept through a tsunami warning, despite the city saying there was little risk to residents.
As Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott laid out the goals of her new department on Tuesday, her briefing documents showed stark health challenges.