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Stormy conditions have made for other closures as well. Highway 99 between Whistler and Pemberton is currently closed as is Highway 19A between Parksville and Campbell River.
The Vancouver Park Board has hired a reconciliation planner, after approving the new position in the board’s 2018 budget.
Those struggling to keep a roof over their heads — whether looking to ease the burden of monthly rent payments or in desperate need of help to get off the streets — will find out later this week how the Liberal government hopes to deal with Canada's ever-present shortage of affordable housing.
In her upcoming album Sun Songs, composer and bassist Jodi Proznick combines the dualities of life and death, beauty and pain.
Battle rap and political correctness don’t typically mix, but that’s exactly the point of Bodied, a film written by Canadian author and rapper Alex Larsen, better known to some as Kid Twist.
Environment Canada says around 25 millimetres of rain fell in downtown Vancouver during a three hour span on Sunday.
Once purchased or mined, cryptocurrency lives in the individual's digital wallet and can be used to purchase items online or at local stores that accept the currency.
The days are darker and temperatures lower, making it a great time to start thinking about cooking comfort and party food as the holiday season approaches.
Kevin Callan says winter camping allows people to explore the great outdoors while no one else is out there.
Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services is taking over responsibility for Métis children and family services in the Kamloops area.
A woman was hurt when she was caught in a moving SkyTrain while running alongside it at Main Street Station at approximately 1:15 a.m. PT Monday morning.
Since Reena Virk’s death, her family have campaigned for anti-bullying programs and shared her story in schools across the country. Her father said he hopes his daughter’s legacy will continue reach teenagers.
Apu, the Simpsons’ character who owns the famed Kwik-E-Mart, is the focus of a documentary by Indian-American comedian Hari Kondabolu, which premiers Sunday.
Vancouver city staff intentionally dragged their feet for years on an application to demolish a century-old Shaughnessy mansion, waiting for council to approve a heritage protection bylaw, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has found.
Homeless people often face a cruel dilemma: try to brave it on the street without fire, or take the risk, and light a candle.
Integrity B.C. says the province should look at strengthening disclosure laws for local politicians following a conflict at Vancouver city council last week.
Twenty years after CBC News first began reporting on the date rape drug, experts say the only way to change the risk of drug-facilitated sexual assault is to address the root of the issue: a lack of discussion about what healthy sexual intimacy looks like.
Thousands of people attended a celebration of life to commemorate fallen police Const. John Davidson in Abbotsford following a procession that began earlier in the day.
No one was injured after a party bus caught fire on Smithe Street near Granville Street late Saturday night.